Photo Editing Classes
Editing or finishing your photographs has become an essential part of
Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom have become the “go-to” Photo Editing Software programs for professional and serious amateur photographers.
Accordingly, the PhotographyCourse.net digital photo editing tutorials will focus on Photoshop and Lightroom, and use them in our examples. We invite you to comment and request specific Photo Editing Tutorials to be added to our array of online photography courses.
Here is a list of some of our photoshop editing tutorials:
- Creating Panorama in Photoshop
- Using Gradient Tool in Photoshop
- Making Watermark in Photoshop
- How to Blend in Photoshop: Make Stunning Composite Images
Here is a list of some of our lightroom editing tutorials:
- How to Edit Photos in Lightroom Classic: An Overview
- How to Edit Landscape Photos in Lightroom
- How to Adjust the White Balance in Lightroom
- How to Edit Black and White Photos
- How To Edit Portraits in Lightroom: 7 Basic Steps
- How to Use Split Toning In Lightroom (in 4 Easy Steps)
- How to Whiten Teeth in Lightroom
- How to Blur Background in Lightroom
- How to Add Watermark in Lightroom
- How to Create a Wonderful Lightroom Slideshow
- How to Batch Edit in Lightroom
Free Editing Tutorials
1. Photoshop Fundamentals
2. Photoshop CC: The Essentials of Photoshop In Just 2 Hours
3. Image Adjustments and Adjustment Layers in Photoshop
4. Create Amazing Photoshop Projects and Learn Essentials
5. Photoshop: Learn Digital Painting Basics in Photoshop
Premium Photoshop and Lightroom Classes
Udemy offers several Photoshop and Lightroom Photo Editing Classes:
Editing something doesn’t necessarily mean you go into Photoshop, tweak, and alter a picture until it’s “perfect”. Editing also means knowing what to show and what to delete and being willing to step back and view your pictures constructively.
It seems to make sense that if you want to be seen as a fantastic photographer, only show your best work. The mediocre, mundane, and trial shots should be deleted or discarded as groundwork.
Sometimes you need to step back and look at your work objectively. These days, with Facebook albums and apps like Instagram, it is almost instinctive to practically shove a bunch of decent enough pictures at someone and say, “Look, I’m a great photographer!”
However, if you show too much and they aren’t all stunning and memorable, you lose part of the awe you want to incite in your next potential client or even the general public. You want your name to be remembered–for the right reasons. Leave your audience begging for more.