Photoshop for Digital Photographers - Video Tutorial
Day One :
Camera Raw Essentials
Today we?re going to go over the most essential techniques
for working inside the Camera Raw dialog.
Day Two :
Multiple Image Workflow
How to save time by adjusting one Raw image, and then
applying those adjustments to as many other Raw images
as you?d like.
Day Three :
Using the Automated Corrections in Camera Raw
When you open a photo in Camera Raw, it does some automated
corrections for you. Today you?ll learn how they work
and when (and if) you should use them.
Day Four :
Your Most Likely Adjustments, Part 1
Today we start adjusting our photos, and rather than covering
every little slider and adjustment, we?ll focus on the
most likely adjustments you?ll make
Day Five :
Your Most Likely Adjustments, Part 2
How to set the Exposure and Shadows in Camera Raw
without blowing out the highlights or plugging up the
Day Six :
Your Most Likely Adjustments, Part 3
How to adjust the Midtones and the Contrast controls in
Day Seven :
Your Most Likely Adjustments, Part 4
Here?s where you?ll learn the other adjustments in Camera
Raw, including Sharpening.
How to Bracket Using Camera Raw
In this extra bonus lesson, you?ll learn how to create multiple
exposures from the same photo, and then combine parts of
them for a perfect overall exposure.
Day Eight :
From Color to B&W Camera Raw
Camera Raw is a surpisingly great place to make your Black-
& White conversions, once you know the secrets.
Camera Raw?s Workflow Options
Once you?re done tweaking, you have to decide what
to do next?more tweaking in Photoshop, or do you
just save the file?
JPEG Black-and-White Conversions
You?re about to learn my favorite method for
converting color photos into high-contrast,
rich-looking black-and-white photos.
Dealing With Problem Black-and-White Conversions
Here?s what to do with those hard-to-convert photos.
Intro to Color Correction with Curves
Here are the first things you need to do before you start
actually correcting your photos
Finding Where the Highlights & Shadows Are
You can have Photoshop tell you exactly where the shadow
and highlight areas are, so all you have to do is click.
Color Correction Made Easy By Using a Gray Card
If you don?t mind a little bit of preparation at the shot, you
can color correct one image, and then apply that same correction
to others fast!
Bonus Lesson #2
A Great New Way to Straighten Photos in CS2
The Measure tool was a step in the right direction, but this
method is even better!
Better Shadow/Highlight Adjustments
Here?s how to keep Photoshop?s Shadow/Highlight adjustments
from looking ?fakey.?
Adjusting Just One Color
Today you?ll learn what to do when you need to adjust just
one color in your photo.
What to do when you?ve corrected the photo, but one color
is too dominant (like your fleshtones are too red).
Sharpening, Day 1
Today we learn the essentials of sharpening using the
Unsharp Mask filter.
Sharpening, Day 2
The most popular advanced sharpening technique used by
Sharpening, Day 3
CS2?s Smart Sharpen Filter is revealed, along with High Pass
sharpening (for all versions of Photoshop).
Day Twenty One
Automated Image Processing with the Image Processor
How to let Photoshop do the work when you need JPEGs,
TIFFs, or PSDs from your Raw files.
Bonus Lesson #3
Editing a Photo From Beginning To End
Here you?ll see the workflow method for taking a flat, bland
image and adding depth, sharpening, and vibrant color.