Photoshop for Photographers
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Photoshop for Photographers

This course covers all the techniques a photographer needs in Photoshop.
4.2 (29 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
459 students enrolled
Created by Serge Ramelli
Last updated 8/2014
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Includes:
  • 5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • By the end of the course you will be able to easily and efficiently use Photoshop for your photographies
  • Adding special effects to your photographies
  • Easily retouching a photography
  • Learning about Layers and Masks
  • Enhancing photos through post production
  • Learning about panoramas and black and white photographies
  • Over 30 lectures and 4.5 hours of content
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Requirements
  • Photoshop from CS 5 to CC
  • Photographies and files included in this course
  • Any computer with Photoshop
Description

This is a course for people who (like myself) love taking pictures and adding something to make the picture even more beautiful. In this course, I cover all the techniques a photographer needs in Photoshop. Varying from using Camera Raw, replacing skies, digital blending, shooting into the sun, HDR, Layers, Masks and Blending Modes, Black and Whites, Panoramas, Removing elements, Special Effects and Printing. This complete course of over 5 hours of training, with over 40 Raw files is necessary for all photographers.

This step by step course is very easy to follow and will give you a lot of facility in retouching your future photographies.

Compatible with Photoshop CS4, CS5, CS6 & CC

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone that loves photography
  • People who are learning about photography
  • For people who like to retouch photographies
  • Novice and experienced photographers
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Curriculum For This Course
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Chapter 1 - Camera raw
8 Lectures 01:22:23

We go over all the basic retouching tools

Preview 11:28

2nd video where we go over all the basic retouching tools

Camera Raw basics part 1b
11:51

We start using more local retouching tools for a more precise retouching

Camera Raw Basics Part 2a
10:33

The 2nd video to start using more local retouching tools for a more precise retouching

Camera Raw Basics part 2b
10:19

We get into a more complex post processing retouch with a sunset photo

Camera Raw Basics Part 3a
14:31

2nd video on getting into a more complex post processing retouch with a sunset photo

Camera Raw Basics Part 3b
08:03

We play around with special effects with a portrait

Camera Raw Basics Part 4
06:59

We look at the amazing new upright function to correct perspective distortion

Camera Raw Basics Part 5
08:39
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Chapter 2 - Layers, Mask and blending modes
3 Lectures 36:35

This is an introduction into the use of layers, masks and blend modes. We add some nice clouds to a photo from the Pont Neuf bridge in Paris

Sky Replacement Pont Neuf part 1a
09:30

2nd video on introduction into the use of layers, masks and blend modes.

Sky Replacement Pont Neuf part 1b
11:56

We continue exploring other blending modes and add some drama to the gated of Jerusalem

Sky Replacement Jerusalem
15:09
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Chapter 3 - Digital blending
1 Lecture 14:11

Digital blending is the most powerful way to restore the dynamic range of a photo with a natural result

Shoot into the sun
14:11
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Chapter 4 - HDR
4 Lectures 33:42

We are going to do two types of HDR with the same 3 bracketed photos; 1. Classic HDR with tone mapping in Photoshop; 2. The new 32 bit HDR with tone mapping in Camera Raw

HDR tone Map Photoshop vs Camera Raw part 1a
11:10

Second part on how wee are going to do two types of HDR with the same 3 bracketed photos; 1. Classic HDR with tone mapping in Photoshop; 2. The new 32 bit HDR with tone mapping in Camera Raw

HDR tone Map Photoshop vs Camera Raw part 1b
10:42

This time we compare 3 technics 1. Tone mapping Photoshop, Tone mapping Camera Raw and getting the best of the normal exposure and we compare the results !

HDR 3 technics
07:57

We give a stibg HDR look to just one raw file

HDR 1 file
03:53
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Chapter 5 - Black and white
2 Lectures 27:36

I show you two ways to make dramatic black and white, one in Camera Raw and the other one in Photoshop

2 ways to dramatic black and white
19:49

I show you two ways to make dramatic black and white, one in Camera Raw and the other one in Photoshop


2 ways to dramatic black and white
07:47
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Chapter 6 - Crop tool
2 Lectures 14:03

An overview of the crop tool to better compose your photo

The crop tool
08:40

We use the crop tool to correct heavy perspective trouble and to make more room to our canvas

Correcting perspective
05:23
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Chapter 7 - Panoramas
1 Lecture 19:42

I show you my full workflow on shooting, stitching and retouching panoramas

The full workflow
19:42
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Chapter 8 - Removing Elements
2 Lectures 17:11

I will show the different way I have been using to remove unwanted elements from a photo, to help communicate a better story

Removing elements
09:35

We come back to the Damas Gate photos and clean up the unwanted elements

Full clean up of the Damas gate
07:36
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Chapter 9 - Special effects
5 Lectures 32:59

We play around and create fun presets to make special looks: Grungy, dreamy, cinematic

Camera raw Presets
06:42

How to simulate a small depth of field

Iris filter
05:35

A cool trick on using the new field blur filter to create a cool bokeh look

Bokeh Look
09:52

A technic to blow up the details in your photos

Freaking Amazing Details
07:07

A cool way to add a tilt shift effect to your photo

Tilt Shift Effect
03:43
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Chapter 10 - Printing
2 Lectures 10:36

How to prepare your prints to print locally

Print to your printer
09:11

Best settings to export for website

Export to the web
01:25
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About the Instructor
Serge Ramelli
4.5 Average rating
612 Reviews
20,337 Students
9 Courses
Photographer

Serge Ramelli is one of the most popular on line teachers on Lightroom and Photoshop. He is the second best author on Tuto (the biggest e-learning platform in France) and hosts one of the most popular podcast on Lightroom with over 150 000 subscribers all over the world.

Serge is known for teaching in a very easy way with lot's of beautiful photos. He has been a professional landscape and interior design photographer for over 9 years and has worked for big brands including Samsung, Nike and National Geographics.