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Photoshop: Retouching

Retouch your Photos Like a Pro
With this easy-to-learn course of over 2 hours of video training lessons, you will learn how retouch your photos like a pro using Photoshop CS 6.

Details & Requirements

Length: 1 Hour 31 Minutes

Experience Level: Beginner

Tags: Quickstart Most Popular Photoshop On Sale

Required Software: Photoshop

Read these instructions to get started with the course: Read Me 1st on Training

Read these instructions for help on installing presets: Read Me 1st on Presets

Louvre Pyramid - Before

Louvre Pyramid - After

Venise Sunset Boats - Before

Venise Sunset Boats - After

Paris Rooftops - Before

Paris Rooftops - Before

Portrait at Eiffel Tower - Before

Portrait at Eiffel Tower - After

Disney Concert Hall - Before

Disney Concert Hall - After

Bridge on the Seine at Sunset - Before

Bridge on the Seine at Sunset - After


1m 54s

Lesson 1: Introduction

Let’s go over what we are going to do in this training videos.

21m 3s

Lesson 2: Camera Raw Basics

In this video, we will go over all the basics of the camera raw and the basis of my workflow.

14m 44s

Lesson 3: Venice Plaza

Let’s apply this workflow to a photo taken in the end of afternoon in Venize Italy.

14m 26s

Lesson 4: The roof of Paris

This photo was completly under expose, you will see that the workflow is slightly different for underexposed photos. The power of raw file developing can be surprising !

8m 36s

Lesson 5: Urban Portrait

The workflow changes also a little when a human being is in the photo. We will explore more Photoshop options in that project.

16m 54s

Lesson 6: Panorama WD Concert Hall LA

The workflow for panorama is very powerful as we will get the best out of the raw files before merging. One of my most popular photo.

13m 38s

Lesson 7: Dynamic Range increases.

This is the most powerful workflow I have learned. Blending several exposures using Photoshop instead of using an HDR software. We get the dynamic range back with a more natural result.

Source Files

Contains 12 of my high-resolution RAW photographs to follow along with!

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