Get 12 Advanced Photography and Editing Courses for Rs.1999

Course #1 - Portrait Photography for Beginners (24 videos)

This course teaches you how to shoot professional portraits using your DSLR or Mirrorless camera.

It contains 24 videos and 4 hours of video content.

  • Introduction to the Course
  • The 5 Elements That Make a Portrait
  • Examples of Different Portraits and Analyzing Them
  • The Approach Which We Will be Taking in This Course
  • LEVEL 1 Portrait – Shooting a basic portrait which doesn’t look good
  • LEVEL 2 Portrait – Improving our Portrait by Making Changes to Framing
  • Understanding the Impact of Focal Length on Our Portraits
  • LEVEL 3 Portrait – Using a Prime Lens & a Wide Aperture for a Blurred Background – Part 1
  • LEVEL 3 Portrait – Using a Prime Lens & a Wide Aperture for a Blurred Background – Part 2
  • LEVEL 4 Portrait – Changing the Ambience to Improve our Portrait
  • LEVEL 5 Portrait – Changing the Distance Between Photographer and Subject – Part 1
  • LEVEL 5 Portrait – Changing the Distance Between Photographer and Subject – Part 2
  • LEVEL 6 Portrait – Using a Prime Lens with a Larger Focal Length
  • Which is the Best Lens for Portrait Photography? – Part 1
  • Which is the Best Lens for Portrait Photography? – Part 2
  • Shooting Full Body Portraits
  • LEVEL 7 Portrait – Shooting in a beautiful setting and during golden hours
  • LEVEL 8 Portrait – Using an Off-Camera Flash to Shoot Dramatic Portraits
  • LEVEL 9 Portrait – Editing a Portrait (Color Grading) – Part 1
  • LEVEL 9 Portrait – Editing a Portrait (Color Grading) – Part 2
  • LEVEL 10 Portrait – Retouching Portraits – Part 1
  • LEVEL 10 Portrait – Retouching Portraits – Part 2
  • LEVEL 10 Portrait – Retouching Portraits – Part 3
  • LEVEL 10 Portrait – Retouching Portraits – Part 4

Course #2 - Landscape Photography for Beginners (30 videos)

This course teaches you the art and science of Landscape Photography so that you can capture breathtaking landscape shots.

It contains 30 videos and 5 hours 15 min of video content.

  • Introduction to the Course
  • The Approach We Will be Taking in This Course
  • Principle #1 – Shooting during the Golden Hours
  • Principle #2 – Getting the Foreground in the Composition
  • Principle #3 – Where to focus in Landscape Photography? Hyperfocal Distance
  • Principle #4- Understanding the Usage of Aperture in Landscape Photography
  • Principle #5- Rules of Thirds and Leading Lines Composition Principles
  • Principle #6 – How to buy a good Tripod?
  • Principle #7 – Using a Wide-Angle Lens
  • Principle #8 – Understanding the Importance of Editing
  • Principle #9 – Understanding Dynamic Range (HDR)
  • Principle #10 – The Importance of Using Filters in Landscape Photography
  • Using a Polarizing Filter in Landscape Photography – Part 1
  • Using a Polarizing Filter in Landscape Photography – Part 2
  • Using a Neutral Density (ND) Filter in Landscape Photography – Part 1
  • Using a Neutral Density (ND) Filter in Landscape Photography – Part 2
  • Using a Neutral Density (ND) Filter in Landscape Photography – Part 3
  • Using a Neutral Density (ND) Filter in Landscape Photography – Part 4
  • Using a Graduated Neutral Density (GND) Filter in Landscape Photography – Part 1
  • Using a Graduated Neutral Density (GND) Filter in Landscape Photography – Part 2
  • Editing a High Dynamic Range (HDR) Landscape Shot – Part 1
  • Editing a High Dynamic Range (HDR) Landscape Shot – Part 2
  • How to Focus Stack a Landscape Shot in Photoshop
  • How to Use Bracketing for HDR Photography
  • Exact Steps to Take When Doing Landscape Photography (Checklist Document)
  • Shooting a Landscape Shot From Scratch – Part 1
  • Shooting a Landscape Shot From Scratch – Part 2
  • Editing a Landscape Shot From Scratch – Part 1
  • Editing a Landscape Shot From Scratch – Part 2
  • Editing a Landscape Shot From Scratch – Part 3

Course #3 - Food Photography for Beginners (29 videos)

This course teaches you how to shoot professional looking food shots and go from a novice to a professional food photographer.

It contains 29 videos and 4 hours of video content.

  • Introduction to the Food Photography Course
  • Six Elements That Make a Food Shot
  • Examples of Images That Use the Six Elements
  • LEVEL 1 SHOT – Using natural light, a phone camera and basic props
  • LEVEL 2 SHOT – Using natural light, a DSLR/Mirrorless on Auto and basic props
  • LEVEL 3 SHOT Part 1 – Adding a Prime lens, Manual Mode and Basic Editing
  • LEVEL 3 SHOT Part 2 – Adding a Prime lens, Manual Mode and Basic Editing
  • LEVEL 3 SHOT Part 3 – Adding a Prime lens, Manual Mode and Basic Editing
  • LEVEL 4 SHOT Part 1 – Adding Pro Surface/Background, Video Light & Better Props
  • LEVEL 4 SHOT Part 2 – Adding Pro Surface/Background, Video Light & Better Props
  • Video Light vs Flash – Why I Decided to Use a Video Light for This Course
  • LEVEL 5 SHOT Part 1 – Creating a Dark Food Shot With a Grid
  • LEVEL 5 SHOT Part 2 – Creating a Dark Food Shot With a Grid
  • Soft Light vs Hard Light for Food Photography
  • LEVEL 6 SHOT – Making the light even softer by using an additional diffuser
  • Editing in Snapseed – Part 1
  • Editing in Snapseed – Part 2
  • Editing in Photoshop – Part 1
  • Editing in Photoshop – Part 2
  • Editing in Photoshop – Part 3
  • LEVEL 7 SHOT – Creating an Even DARKER and MOODY Food Shot – Part 1
  • LEVEL 7 SHOT – Creating an Even DARKER and MOODY Food Shot – Part 2
  • LEVEL 7 SHOT – Editing the DARK and MOODY Food Shot – Part 1 (Snapseed)
  • LEVEL 7 SHOT – Editing the DARK and MOODY Food Shot – Part 2 (Photoshop)
  • LEVEL 7 SHOT – Editing the DARK and MOODY Food Shot – Part 3 (Photoshop)
  • LEVEL 7 SHOT – Editing the DARK and MOODY Food Shot – Part 4 (Photoshop)
  • LEVEL 8 SHOT – Adding Action to the Food Shot – Part 1
  • LEVEL 8 SHOT – Adding Action to the Food Shot – Part 2
  • Some Important Points

Course #4 - Product Photography for Beginners (27 videos)

This course teaches you how to shoot professional product shots using a budget set-up which can be used for e-commerce website product photos or for creative product shoots.

It contains 27 videos and 3.5 hours of video content.

  • Introduction to the Product Photography Course
  • Why We Will Be Using a Continuous Light Source
  • Shooting with White Background and Surface – Part 1
  • Shooting with White Background and Surface – Part 2
  • Creating RGB White Background in Photoshop – Part 1
  • Creating RGB White Background in Photoshop – Part 2
  • Creating RGB White Background in Photoshop – Part 3
  • Shooting with Black Background and Surface
  • Batch Editing in Lightroom
  • An Important Point About PVC Backdrops
  • Introduction to the Removing Reflections Section
  • Removing Reflections By Avoiding Direct Light and Changing Angles
  • Removing Reflections By Diffusing the Reflection
  • Shooting Sunglasses/Shades Using a Light Tent
  • Shooting Products With Plastic Surface – Part 1
  • Shooting Products With Plastic Surface – Part 2 (Editing)
  • Shooting Cutlery (Spoon) Without Reflection
  • Editing Cutlery (Spoon) Shot – Part 1
  • Editing Cutlery (Spoon) Shot – Part 2
  • Shooting and Editing Glassware Without Reflection
  • Understanding a Scrim and Some Additional Points
  • Introduction to the Creative Product Shoot Section
  • Explanation of the Set-up for the Beverage (Beer Bottle) Shot
  • Shooting a Commercial Beverage Shot With a One Light Set-up
  • Editing the Beverage Shot by Creating Composite of Four Shots in Photoshop
  • Retouching the Beverage Shot to Get the Final Result
  • Conclusion to the Course

Course #5 - Trick Photography for Beginners (35 videos)

This course teaches you how to shoot and edit some amazing trick shots.

It contains 35 videos and 5 hours of video content.

#1 – Introduction to the Course

Levitation Trick Photography

#2 – Levitation Photography Shoot Part 1
#3 – Levitation Photography Shoot Part 2
#4 – Levitation Photography Editing in Photoshop Part 1
#5 – Levitation Photography Editing in Photoshop Part 2
#6 – Levitation Photography Editing in Photoshop Part 3
#7 – Levitation Photography Editing in Photoshop Part 4
#8 – Examples of Levitation Shots (And Similar Trick Shots) With the Set-ups

Levitation Photography for Small Floating Objects

#9 – Levitation Photography for Small Floating Objects

Miniature Trick Photography

#10 – Two Shot Set up for Miniature Photography
#11 – Editing the Miniature Shot in Photoshop – Part 1 (Creating a Selection)
#12 – Editing the Miniature Shot in Photoshop – Part 2 (Refining the Selection)
#13 – Editing the Miniature Shot in Photoshop – Part 3 (Retouching the Selection)
#14 – Editing the Miniature Shot in Photoshop – Part 4 (Final Selection and Scaling)
#15 – Editing the Miniature Shot in Photoshop – Part 5 (Creating Shadows)
#16 – Editing the Miniature Shot in Photoshop – Part 6 (Creating Shadows)
#17 – Editing the Miniature Shot in Photoshop – Part 7 (Syncing the Color Balance)
#18 – Editing the Miniature Shot in Photoshop – Part 8 (Scrutinizing the Final Image)
#19 – Examples of Miniature Shots with Set-ups and Applying Dodge and Burn (Sculpting)
#20 -Using Patch Tool and Clone Stamp Tool to Add Texture

Forced Perspective Trick Photography

#21- Intro to Forced Perspective Trick Photography
#22 – How to Shoot Forced Perspective Shots
#23 – Editing the Forced Perspective Shot in Photoshop – Part 1
#24 – Editing the Forced Perspective Shot in Photoshop – Part 2
#25 – Editing the Forced Perspective Shot in Photoshop – Part 3

Clone Photography

#26 – Clone Photography – How to Shoot Part 1
#27 -Clone Photography – How to Shoot Part 2
#28 -Clone Photography – Editing in Photoshop – Part 1
#29 – Clone Photography – Editing in Photoshop – Part 2
#30 – Clone Photography – Editing in Photoshop – Part 3
#31 – Clone Photography – Editing in Photoshop – Part 4

Creating an Advanced Composite Trick Shot

#32 – Creating an Advanced Composite Trick Shot – Part 1
#33 – Creating an Advanced Composite Trick Shot – Part 2
#34 – Creating an Advanced Composite Trick Shot – Part 3
#35 -Creating an Advanced Composite Trick Shot – Part 4

Course #6 - Lightroom Mobile and Photoshop Express (26 videos)

This course teaches you how to how to use the free Lightroom Mobile and Photoshop Express mobile apps by Adobe to take your photo editing to the next level.

It contains 26 videos and 3 hours of video content.

#1 – Introduction to the Course
#2 – Understanding the Adobe Photo Editing Apps System

Using the Basic Settings in Lightroom Mobile
#3 – Importing an Image into Lightroom and Understanding the Free Version Interface
#4 – Getting Started With Some Basic Editing
#5 – Working With the Light Settings Panel
#6 – Working With the Color Settings Panel
#7 – Working With the Effect Settings Panel
#8 – Working With the Optics Settings Panel

Using the Advanced Settings in Lightroom Mobile
#9 – Importing the RAW Image and Using the Optics Panel
#10 – Using the Geometry Function to Correct Distortion
#11 – Using the Masking Function to Work on Localized Areas
#12 – Using the Detail Panel to Sharpen and Reduce Noise Without Losing Quality

Batch Syncing and Exporting in Lightroom Mobile
#13 – Batch Editing by Copying Settings to Multiple Photos
#14 – Adding a Watermark and Exporting the Images

Cinematic Portrait Editing With Faded Vintage Look in Lightroom Mobile
#15 – Using the Curves Tool to Create a Faded Look
#16 – Color Grading the Image by Working Separately on Highlights and Shadows
#17 – Color Grading the Image by Using the Color Mix Tool
#18 – Using Masking to Work Selectively on the Subject and the Background
#19 – Creating and Using a Preset

Creating a Dark, Moody and Cinematic Look in Lightroom Mobile
#20 – Creating a Dark, Moody and Cinematic Look in Lightroom Mobile – Part 1
#21- Creating a Dark, Moody and Cinematic Look in Lightroom Mobile – Part 2

Editing in Photoshop Express Mobile App
#22 – Editing in Photoshop Express – Part 1
#23 – Editing in Photoshop Express – Part 2
#24- Editing in Photoshop Express – Part 3
#25 – Editing in Photoshop Express – Part 4


Conclusion
#26 – Snapseed vs PicsArt vs Lightroom Mobile – Which is the best photo editing app?

Course #7 - Snapseed Photo Editing for Beginners (27 videos)

This course teaches you how to how to use the free Snapseed mobile app to edit your photos.

Both basic and advanced techniques like sky replacement are covered.

It contains 27 videos and 4.5 hours of video content.

  • Intro to the course
  • Getting started with Snapseed
  • Using the Tuning Image Tool
  • Using the Details Panel Tool
  • Using the White Balance Tool
  • Using the Crop, Rotate, Perspective and Expand Tools
  • Using the Selective Tool
  • Using the Brush Tool
  • Using the Healing Tool
  • Using the HDR-Scape Tool
  • Using the Glamour Glow Tool
  • Using the Tonal Contrast Tool
  • Drama, Vintage, Grainy Film, Retrolux, Grunge and Noir Tools
  • Portrait, Head Pose, Lens Blur and Vignette
  • Using the Black and White Tool
  • Using the Double Exposure Tool – Part 1
  • Using the Double Exposure Tool – Part 2
  • Understanding the Curves Tool – Part 1
  • Using the Curves Tool – Part 2
  • Understanding How to Use Masking in Snapseed
  • Understanding How the SAVE function differs in Android and iOS
  • Advanced Editing – The Final Project – Part 1
  • Advanced Editing – The Final Project – Part 2
  • Advanced Editing – The Final Project – Part 3
  • Advanced Editing – The Final Project – Part 4
  • Advanced Editing – The Final Project – Part 5
  • Advanced Editing – The Final Project – Part 6

Course #8 - PicsArt Editing for Beginners (25 videos)

This course teaches you how to how to use the free Snapseed mobile app to edit your photos.

Both basic and advanced techniques like sky replacement are covered.

It contains 25 videos and 3.5 hours of video content.

#1 – Some Important Points Before We Start

Editing the First Image (Creating a Dramatic Portrait)

#2 – Part 1 – Cropping, Masking and Basic Adjustments
#3 – Part 2 – Basic Adjustment Settings and Saving a Picsart Project
#4 – Part 3 – Cloning and Lens Flare
#5 – Part 4 – Adding a Vignette and Watermark

Editing the Second Image (Cutting & Replacing Background and Basic Retouching)

#6 – Part 1 – Using the Cut Out Tool to Replace Background
#7 – Part 2 – Using the Draw Tool and Blemish Removal Tool

Editing the Third Image (Using Blending Modes to Replace the Sky in Landscapes)

#8 – Part 1 – Understanding the Concept of Blending Modes
#9 – Part 2 – Understanding the Concept of Blending Modes
#10 – Part 3 – Applying Blending Modes and Masking in Picsart

Editing the Fourth Image (Creating a Face Text Portrait by Using Blending Modes)

#11 – Part 1 – Cutting Out The Subject From the Background
#12 – Part 2 – Using the Draw Tool to Blend in the Word Cloud on the Face
#13 – Part 3 – Creating Your Own Custom Word Cloud

Editing the Fifth Image (Retouching Portraits)

#14 – Part 1 – Correcting the Skin Color by Removing Unwanted Color Cast
#15 – Part 2 – Blemish Removal and Skin Tone Correction
#16 – Part 3 – Smoothening the Skin in the Correct Way
#17 – Part 4 – Using Face Fix, Hair Color and Eye Color Functions
#18 – Part 5 – Using the Detail Function to Add Sharpness and Using the Reshape Tool

Editing the Sixth Image (Removing the Background in a Challenging Portrait)

#19 – Part 1 – Understanding the Concept & Approach of Removing a Complex Background
#20 – Part 2 – Creating a Solid Black and White Version of the Portrait
#21 – Part 3 – Creating an Inverted Image From the Last Step & Changing the Background
#22 – Part 4 – Refining the Selection and Background to Get the Final Result

Editing the Seventh Image (Creating a Dramatic and Cinematic Image)

#23 – Part 1 – Using the Cloning Tool and Replacing the Sky
#24 – Part 2 – Using the Clarity Tool & Matching the Hue of the Sky and the Foreground
#25 – Part 3 – Using the Technique of Dodge and Burn To Add a Dramatic Effect

Course #9 - Portrait Editing MasterClass (37 videos)

This course teaches you how to edit your portraits using Adobe Photoshop using popular techniques like Frequency Separation and Dodge and Burn and so much more.

It contains 37 videos and 7 hours of video content.

#1 – Important Things to Know Before We Get Started
#2 – Frequency Separation Warm-up

Editing the First Portrait

#3 – Part 1 – Initial Basic Adjustments (Cropping, White Balance, Exposure, Contrast)
#4 – Part 2 – Initial Basic Adjustments (Noise Reduction & Learning Vital Shortcuts)
#5 – Part 3 – Skin Color Correction
#6 – Part 4 – Skin Clean-up and Blemish Removal
#7 – Part 5 – Frequency Separation to Make the Skin Smooth
#8 – Part 6 – Some Important Points to Know Regarding Frequency Separation
#9 – Part 7 – Dodge and Burn for the Skin
#10 – Part 8 – Dodge and Burn for the Clothes and Hair
#11 – Part 9 – Using the Liquify Tool to Fine-Tune Body Shape
#12 – Part 10 – Manual Skin Color Correction and Hair Enhancement and Smoothening
#13 – Part 11 – Enhancing the Background
#14 – Part 12 – Final Adjustments

Editing the Second Portrait

#15 – Part 1 – Initial Basic Adjustments
#17 – Part 2 – Removing Chromatic Aberration/ Color Fringing
#18 – Part 3 – Skin Clean-up, Blemish Removal And Understanding Hard/Soft Light
#19 – Part 4 – Using Frequency Separation to Soften the Harsh Lighting
#20 – Part 5 – Dodge and Burn for the Subject
#21 – Part 6 – Hair, Beard and Body Enhancement
#22 – Part 7 – Final Adjustments

Editing the Third Portrait

#23 – Part 1 – Initial Adjustments in Lightroom and Syncing the Settings
#24 – Part 2 – Skin Color Correction, Blemish Removal and Usage of Neural Filters
#25 – Part 3 – Frequency Separation
#26 – Part 4 – Dodge and Burn for the Body
#27 – Part 5 – Dodge and Burn for the Clothes
#28 – Part 6 – Background Clean-up
#29 – Part 7 – Replacing the Sky and Final Adjustments

Editing the Fourth Portrait

#30 – Part 1 – Initial Adjustments and Understanding a Color Palette
#31 – Part 2 – Skin Clean-up and Frequency Separation
#32 – Part 3 – Dodge and Burn for Face, Hair and Clothes
#33 – Part 4 – Hair Enhancement and Changing Facial Shape
#34 – Part 5 – Replacing the Sky
#35 – Part 6 – Changing the Color of Shades and Dodge & Burn for the Background
#36 – Part 7 – Color Grading and Final Adjustments

Conclusion
#37 – Conclusion and Some Important Points

Course #10 - Portrait Retouching for Beginners (47 videos)

This course teaches you how to edit your portraits using Adobe Photoshop using popular techniques like Frequency Separation and Dodge and Burn and so much more.

It contains 47 videos and 6.5 hours of video content.

  • Introduction to the course (3 Videos)
  • Color Correction (2 Videos)
  • Skin Clean up (6 Videos)
  • Dodge and Burn (7 Videos)
  • Retouching Eyes (1 Video)
  • Sharpening Facial Features (1 Video)
  • Editing the 2nd Portrait (All the steps) (11 Videos)
  • Editing the 3rd Portrait (All the steps) (8 Videos)
  • Conclusion (1 Video)

Course #11 - Landscape Editing for Beginners (28 videos)

This course teaches you how to edit your portraits using Adobe Photoshop using popular techniques like Frequency Separation and Dodge and Burn and so much more.

It contains 28 videos and 4 hours of video content.

  • Intro to the course
  • Getting started with Snapseed
  • Using the Tuning Image Tool
  • Using the Details Panel Tool
  • Using the White Balance Tool
  • Using the Crop, Rotate, Perspective and Expand Tools
  • Using the Selective Tool
  • Using the Brush Tool
  • Using the Healing Tool
  • Using the HDR-Scape Tool
  • Using the Glamour Glow Tool
  • Using the Tonal Contrast Tool
  • Drama, Vintage, Grainy Film, Retrolux, Grunge and Noir Tools
  • Portrait, Head Pose, Lens Blur and Vignette
  • Using the Black and White Tool
  • Using the Double Exposure Tool – Part 1
  • Using the Double Exposure Tool – Part 2
  • Understanding the Curves Tool – Part 1
  • Using the Curves Tool – Part 2
  • Understanding How to Use Masking in Snapseed
  • Understanding How the SAVE function differs in Android and iOS
  • Advanced Editing – The Final Project – Part 1
  • Advanced Editing – The Final Project – Part 2
  • Advanced Editing – The Final Project – Part 3
  • Advanced Editing – The Final Project – Part 4
  • Advanced Editing – The Final Project – Part 5
  • Advanced Editing – The Final Project – Part 6

Course #12 - Master Selections in Photoshop (36 videos)

This course teaches you how to make selections in challenging images using the different selection tools in Adobe Photoshop.

It contains 36 videos and 6 hours of video content.

#1 – Introduction to the Course
#2 – Some Important Points Before We Get Started

1st Edit – Basic Things to Know About Selections in Photoshop
#3 – Basics About Selections and Tools in Photoshop – Part 1
#4 – Basics About Selections and Tools in Photoshop – Part 2
#5 – Basics About Selections and Tools in Photoshop – Part 3
#6 – Basics About Selections and Tools in Photoshop – Part 4

2nd Edit – Using Select and Mask for Challenging Selections
#7 – Using Select and Mask Tool for Challenging Selections – Part 1
#8 – Using Select and Mask Tool for Challenging Selections – Part 2
#9 – Using Select and Mask Tool for Challenging Selections – Part 3
#10 – Using Select and Mask Tool for Challenging Selections – Part 4
#11 – Using Select and Mask Tool for Challenging Selections – Part 5

Understanding the Select and Mask Tool and How it Works
#12 – Understanding Radius, Smart Radius and Show Edge Functions in Select and Mask


3rd and 4th Edit – Using Select and Mask With the Radius Slider for Easy Edits
#13 – Using Select and Mask With the Radius Slider for Easy Edits – Part 1
#14 – Using Select and Mask With the Radius Slider for Easy Edits – Part 2

5th Edit – Understanding and Using the Pen Tool for Selections
#15 – Understanding and Using the Pen Tool for Selections

6th Edit – Making Selections in Portraits With Complex Hair and Color Issues
#16 – Making Selections in Portraits With Complex Hair and Color Issues- Part 1
#17 – Making Selections in Portraits With Complex Hair and Color Issues- Part 2
#18 – Making Selections in Portraits With Complex Hair and Color Issues- Part 3
#19 – Making Selections in Portraits With Complex Hair and Color Issues- Part 4

7th Edit – Making Selections in Very Challenging and Low Contrast Situations
#20 – Making Selections in Very Challenging and Low Contrast Situations – Part 1
#21 – Making Selections in Very Challenging and Low Contrast Situations – Part 2
#22 – Making Selections in Very Challenging and Low Contrast Situations – Part 3
#23 – Making Selections in Very Challenging and Low Contrast Situations – Part 4
#24 – Making Selections in Very Challenging and Low Contrast Situations – Part 5
#25 – Making Selections in Very Challenging and Low Contrast Situations – Part 6
#26 – Making Selections in Very Challenging and Low Contrast Situations – Part 7
#27 – Making Selections in Very Challenging and Low Contrast Situations – Part 8

Creating a Hair Strand Brush in Photoshop
#28 – Creating a Hair Strand Brush in Photoshop – Part 1
#29 -Creating a Hair Strand Brush in Photoshop – Part 2

8th Edit – Using Channel Based Selections
#30 – Replacing the Sky in Landscape Images Using Channel Based Selections – Part 1
#31 – Replacing the Sky in Landscape Images Using Channel Based Selections – Part 2

9th Edit – Using the Mask All Objects Feature
#32 – Using the Mask All Objects Feature to Make Multiple Selections With One Click
10th Edit – Selecting a Dog With a Lot of Fur
#33 – Selecting a Dog With a Lot of Fur – Part 1
#34 – Selecting a Dog With a Lot of Fur – Part 2
#35 – Selecting a Dog With a Lot of Fur – Part 3

Conclusion
#36 – Conclusion and One Important Point

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I have been teaching photography and videography since 2013 and have taught over 55,000 students via my online courses and workshops.

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I have created this special Photography and Videography package so you can learn everything in one place.

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