Author, Photographer and Pro Educator, Dan Moughamian is a master of Adobe Photoshop with over 15 years of experience. Dan also has years of experience working with Adobe production apps like Premiere Pro, After Effects and Encore...
There’s photo correction that most people do, and then there’s the serious photo retouching and image adjustments that the pros take the time for. This tutorial shows you the latter.
In this detailed 3-hour workshop, veteran photographer and author Dan Moughamian shares the secrets of the pros, showing you just how much farther you can take your digital photos. Moughamian covers everything from enhancing colors and contrast to detailed retouching techniques, image transforms, and selective sharpening and blurring techniques.
New features in CS5, including the amazing Content-Aware Fill, Puppet Warp, and HDR Pro are covered in detail. You’ll learn important skills for improving tonality and fine-tuning the color and mood of your images. There's also detailed coverage of photo-retouching skills like blemish and wrinkle repair, creating more precise selections, and lens correction.
Throughout the course, Moughamian also shares professional workflow tips, including shortcuts for using the new HUD Color Picker, that will help ensure you produce the best image, every time.
So sit back and let a pro show you how fantastic your images can really be!
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Pat Kelly wrote on February 28, 2011
I really like these tutorials. The voice of the tutor was enthusiastic without a hint of evangelism. What would be great though, especially with Photoshop, is to have access to the source files so we could join in emulating the video and proving our newly found knowledge.
Gerald Dionne wrote on December 2, 2010
I loved the video and all the great info it contained.
Rob White wrote on September 2, 2010
I now have a full understanding of how to improve my photos and a good workflow to grow my photography business! Thanks for making it easy and fun!
Edmund Dailey wrote on July 20, 2010
I found the Tutorial excellent. It was easy to follow, expertly done, and helpful.