New Retouching Tutorial

Hey friends!

I have exciting news for you today! We’ve just launched a brand spankin’ new tutorial designed to help you get serious retouching skills, fast! It’s called Really Easy Retouching and I’m so excited to get to share it with you!

Retouching can add a level of polish to your photos that you simply can’t get any other way. But finding good retouching resources that don’t bog you down in weeks worth of detail can be hard to find.

That’s why I’ve created this tutorial. I want to help you get the skills you need to do simple, natural retouching, fast. I’ve created 12 HD videos that show you what tools to use, and how to use them, to address common retouching problems – like stray hairs, blemishes, yellow teeth, distractions, skin shine and more.

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Why Photographers Need a Wacom Tablet

If you’ve never heard of a Wacom tablet, prepare to have your editing world rocked.

If you have heard of one, but didn’t think it was really necessary, think again.

We bought our first tablet nearly 9 years ago, and we have never been without one since. And when I say “never”, I mean that we bring it with us when we travel all over the world. That’s how much of a difference it can make with your editing and retouching!

Quite simply, it helps us get our work done faster. And better. Sign me up!

So this week we’re showing you why these tablets are so useful, and what your options are for getting one into your life. We’ll also give you a quick peek at how they can help you in both Lightroom and Photoshop. Let’s go!

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Getting The Shot: House In The Mountains

We’re really going to jump into this Getting The Shot series, as we hope it gives some valuable (and enjoyable!) insight. Often you can learn as much from the discussion of one image as you can from studying broad theories.

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Photoshop vs. Lightroom: The Epic Battle

For a long time Adobe Photoshop has been known as the reigning champion of image editing programs. The term “photoshop” has even worked its way into the language of popular culture. People know that to “photoshop” something means to digitally alter an image. Just look at the glossy magazine covers, and you’ll know what it means!

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