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Photoshop tutorial: Make Rain!
Photoshop tutorial: Make Rain!
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Photoshop Tutorial: Create Unique Shadows
How to create unique shadows in Photoshop.
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Ultra Simple Flash Click-Through Photo Gallery
Creating gallery effects
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How to create a rich black and white photograph
Creating rich portraits in Photoshop.
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Fake old newspaper photo: Photoshop
Create an old looking newspaper photo in Photoshop.
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How to create great Bokeh
How to create great Bokeh, using a DSLR and a prime lens or telephoto lens.
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Add Fog & Mist in Photoshop
Add Fog & Mist in Photoshop
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Polaroid Montage in Photoshop
Creating a montage in Photoshop
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Master Photo Workshops
Name: Master Photo Workshops
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Description: Master Photo Workshops began producing programs in 2008 with the intention of creating the highest quality instructional programming on photography. Each title is tailored to the specific expertise and style of the artists, and highlights the real working conditions of today’s most successful and creative image-makers. Our goal is to produce programming that aspires to the standards of the artists’ work we are featuring. As a professional in TV/Video production for the past seventeen years, the idea to produce instructional photography DVDs started with my own love for photography and the workshop experiences I’ve had over the years. It was my desire to create a series of programs that re-creates the workshop experience, allowing photography students, enthusiasts and emerging professionals to practice the techniques and tips of the seasoned pros.
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Ashley Riddell
Name: Ashley Riddell
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Description: Originally from Sydney, Australia, Ashley Riddell (aka tutorialbucket and ranash1995) lives in Norway and is currently the resident media technology guru for Oslo University College's School of Journalism where he spends his days teaching how to edit and publish film, sound and image content for web distribution. An Adobe Certified Expert in Photoshop he has been teaching image correction, beauty retouching and web design for over 10 years in Australia and Norway. His particular passion is "invisible" retouching . "Making stylised, beautiful images is really not too difficult with some experience and practice" he says. "But making corrections and alterations that are seamlessly integrated with "ordinary" environs is a lot trickier because you have no where to hide. If I do my job well, no one should notice." He runs the popular Photoshop tutorial website tutorialbucket in a HD Quicktime flavour and as a YouTube channel.
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Thorsten Ott
Name: Thorsten Ott
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Description: I have been photographing for almost 30 years. My interest in photography started as a teenager when I observed my two uncles at work, both prominent graphic designers in Germany. After high school, I studied at two art programs and took numerous photography courses. Eventually my first college photography instructor stated, "I have taught you all I know, Grasshopper, I suggest a school named Brooks Institute of Photography in California, you will like the weather too". An advanced placement student, I graduated from Brooks Institute of Photography with a BA in Advertising Photography in 1989. After graduation I moved to Los Angeles and began assisting large commercial photographers. My first lesson, lighting modifiers are not always from the camera store, instead it was a mix of custom designed lighting tools. Items made from fabric and hardware stores. Second lesson, lighting brand names do not matter, as long as it got the job done. The photographers I assisted for in the States and Europe all used similar modifiers, and simply added their own recipe to get the effect they required. Recently, well almost five years ago, I relocated to Seattle, WA from the Midwest, and set up shop shooting product and people photography. Today I still use the same lighting tools, just modified for my work style. Lighting is paramount to developing your own look as a photographer. Additionally, your team and how one poses the model or arranges the subject is equally important. Last year my youngest brother suggested I put out a tutorial. Teaching and speaking with other photographers has always been a rewarding experience for me. Perhaps now I can pass along just a little bit of information and spark the imagination in all of us. Keeping in tune with changing digital technologies and trends occupies much of my time. I use my creative lighting style and technical skills to fulfill the clients goals on time and on budget. I use color, lighting, and composition to create a 3-dimensional image. A projects highlights include images for Apple, Bosch, Electrolux, HomeDepot, Krups, Macy's, Nike, Vendaria Media, and many others.
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