Photoshop training videos : over 20 Photoshop Tutorials on how to create professional looking photos and images.
Turn Your Photos Into Stunning Magazine Style Covers By Learning The Secrets Of Color Grading And Photo Manipulation!
Patrick is a professional graphic artist, photo editor, colorist (photo & video) and photographer.
His main goal with Learn Photo Editing is to teach people how to create better photos by spending as little money as possible with photo editing.
Patrick say’s “You don’t need a $3000 camera or a $1500 lens to take professional quality photos.” In fact, the difference you will notice between a photo taken with an entry level DSLR camera + the kit lens and the same photo taken with the Canon 5D Mark III for example is minimal compared to the difference you’ll notice between one photo expertly edited in Photoshop and the same that wasn’t. If you already have Photoshop, (you can download the free trial for 30 days from Adobe) you can improve your photos dramatically by learning how to properly color correct and color grade.
You can take your photos to an whole new level if you can master the art of photo manipulation, compositing and retouching and turn your photos into digital art!
Many sites are selling photoshop tutorials at $25+ a piece, but when you join this site, you pay a one-time fee of $Click for latest for a Lifetime Membership which gives you access to ALL tutorials. Since I am constantly adding more tutorials, I will soon be switching to a monthly recurring fee – by securing your lifetime membership now, you will have access to all the future tutorials absolutely FREE!
All source images for the tutorials are supplied to you so you’ll be able to do exactly what Patrick did.
The tutorials were all done using Photoshop CS5 so CS5 or a newer version is recommended. You can get a lot done with CS3/CS4 also. If you want to try out a more recent version, Adobe offers a Free 30-day trial. Note that if you have Photoshop Elements, you can certainly learn a lot with my tutorials but know that most of the color grading I do is done with options not available in Elements.