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Learn Lightroom 5 – Part 3: The Develop Workflow (Training Tutorial)

by Anthony Morganti

 

This is the third video in the “Learn Lightroom 5 Training Tutorial” series

In this video we process a photograph from beginning to end demonstrating my entire workflow.

 

 

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Learn Lightroom 5 – Part 2: Tools

by Anthony Morganti

 

This is the second installment of our multipart series on learning Adobe Lightroom 5. In this video we overview and demonstrate the tools available in Lightroom 5.

 

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Copy The Sky & Clouds From One Photo Into Another Photo Using Photoshop CS6

by Anthony Morganti

In this video I demonstrate how to copy an interesting sky from one picture and place it in another using Adobe Photoshop CS6.

 

 

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3 Simple Things To Improve Your Photography

by Anthony Morganti

While teaching photography over the years, I’ve seen people make the same mistakes over and over. Surprisingly, many of the mistakes are easily corrected. Today we’re going to talk about three common mistakes and how to fix them.

Straighten That Horizon

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A Nice Picture Ruined By The Crooked Horizon (click on image to make it larger)

This is my personal biggest pet peeve. Over and over I’ve seen what could have been a great landscape picture ruined because the horizon was crooked. Actually, it isn’t a problem relegated to landscape photographers as I’ve seen wedding pictures where the altar was not level or the wedding party looked like they were standing on a hill.

Years ago when there wasn’t any such thing as a digital camera and bokeh wasn’t even a word, I decided...

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Add The Moon To A Photograph Using Pixelmator

by Anthony Morganti

In previous videos I demonstrated how to add the moon to a moonless photograph using both Adobe Photoshop CS6 and Adobe Photoshop Elements 11. The extended version of Photoshop CS6 runs over $800.00. Elements 11 runs $70. Pixelmator is currently, as of this writing, selling for less then $15.00 and it does many of the same things that Photoshop does. The only caveat is that Pixelmator is for Mac only. If you own a Mac, head over to the  app store and check out Pixelmator. You can get a demo version of Pixelmator here: Pixelmator Demo

 

 

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How To Add The Moon To a Photograph Using Adobe Elements 11

by Anthony Morganti

Ok, I still sound like a dork in these videos — I was hoping that I would sound better. My hope is that someday I’ll develop a velvety smooth voice for these instructional videos. Until then… yuck!

In this video I demonstrate how you can add the moon to an existing photo using Adobe Photoshop Elements 11. Elements is a much cheaper alternative to Adobe Photoshop that has many of the same functions. If you can’t afford to drop the coin on Photoshop CS6 or the subscription to Photoshop CC, check out Elements 11.

 

 

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Video: How To Add The Moon To A Photo Using Photoshop

by Anthony Morganti

Well, for my first video I thought I’d try something relatively easy as I learn and get comfortable with the recording process. Like many people, I hate hearing my own voice! Hopefully I grow on me.

In this video I demonstrate how you can add the moon to an existing moonless shot using Photoshop CS6. My speech awkwardness aside, it’s a relatively easy process.

In future videos I’ll show the same thing using Adobe Elements 11 and Pixelmator — two programs that are low cost alternatives to Photoshop.

Until then, I hope you enjoy this video. Feel free to comment on how I can make the videos better.

 

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