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Recover missed opportunities

In this information packed tutorial, explore with me (Nic Stover) and learn to

"Fix "Some" of your Issues in Post Processing" 

For this tutorial we will go much more hands on as we review some of the powerful tools in Photoshop that can help you to ethically and accurately clean up our images to keep the focus in the proper places in the images. These things we will review will help you to re-evaluate old images, see some simple ways to correct minor distractions in others and give you greater confidence to fix little things that bother you in others.

SOME of the topics to covered:

1. Discovery of the best practices that should be used to maximize your chances for success when it comes to post processing.

2. Learning how to use the warp Tool for subtle changes.

3. Creating more space in your images by expanding the canvas. How we can give our image a little more “space” when we don’t get it right in camera.

4. Fixing things with content Aware Fill. How we can use this to quickly replace parts and pieces of our images or to fill in things that are missing.

5. Recovering lost details in our images with the clone stamp. Selectively using this to clean up the imperfections of nature or correct the imperfections in our capturing like a blown out sky.

6. Expressing yourself in your images by Dodging / Burning and selectively lightening and darkening to direct the eye subtly.

How did I save this image from the trash can?

Left Behind

The Details


25 min presentation / overview and 1hr 55min of demonstration in Lightroom & Photoshop of these techniques.



Giveaways / Takeaways:

As part of this tutorial you will get a reference sheet showing how to do the 10 most common things I do to correct something in my image. These are.

1. Visualize Spots for sensor spots (Lightroom / Adobe Camera Raw)

2. Straighten horizon (Lightroom / Adobe Camera Raw)

3. Set White Balance (Lightroom / Adobe Camera Raw)

4. Camera Calibration / Remove Chromatic Aberration (Lightroom / Adobe Camera Raw)

5. Cropping (Photoshop)

6. Warp (Photoshop)

7. Content Aware Fill (Photoshop)

8. Clone Stamping (Photoshop)

9. Spot Healing Brush (Photoshop)

10. Expand the canvas (Photoshop)

You will also get permanent access to private recording of the presentation.

What could I have done differently and how did I fix this image?

Rest assured that if for any reason you are not satisfied with the workshop. No questions asked, 100% moneyback guarantee. Take all of my classes knowing that if you don’t find them useful, valuable, or as offered you can get your money refunded.

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Nic Stover is very knowledgeable in many aspects of photography and digital processing. He graciously shares knowledge and experience in well organized and informational classes.  

Nola B 

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