One of the most useful things you can do in Photoshop is remove an object from a photo, whether that's a building ruining your landscape shot or that person that wandered into a shot of the bride and groom. This great video will show you five techniques for removing anything from a photo using Photoshop.
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Like it or not, vertical video is quickly becoming more of a thing. As media is consumed on mobile devices more and more, their natural orientation (which for content creators is infuriatingly orthogonal to a monitor) makes the proliferation of vertically oriented video a sure thing. This great video will give you some tips for editing vertical video.
Many of us feel the allure of a career as a professional photographer, the sort of mystique that surrounds going into any creative field. On the other hand, that's often tempered by financial and practical concerns. This great video talks about one man's journey from the 9-5 to professional photographer.
We all like to keep our ISO as low as possible to get high-quality shots, but that often means lowering the shutter speed to the point where we're toeing the line of sharp photos. This helpful video will give you a good rule for making sure you can still get sharp images.
Starting your own photography business is both an exciting and scary time, and of course, you'll want to make sure you have the best business practices in place to ensure that your clients are happy and you're bringing in money. This great video will detail three mistakes to avoid with clients.
Some of the most iconic films and scenes in history were shot in black and white, often because of a very deliberate intention. This awesome video will walk you through the unique aspects and considerations you should take into account when you're lighting a black and white scene of your own.
Layers are one of the most fundamental parts of Photoshop, and they're crucial to even the simplest of edits. However, as you take on increasingly complex post-processing tasks, the number of layers you're using can skyrocket, and this helpful video will show you how to quickly find the one you need at any given moment.
When you're first starting out in photography, the number of things you have to keep track of to create compelling, technically sound images can feel a bit overwhelming. This great video will show you seven common mistakes beginner photographers make and how to avoid them.
Sometimes, it's more fun and interesting to stop shooting every portrait at f/1.4 and instead find locations that complement or juxtapose with your subject to create more compelling photos. This helpful video will give you 10 location ideas that should be accessible for just about everyone.
Landscape photography can be both a fun and frustrating genre, as you get lots of creative freedom to represent the subject however you'd like, but there are also lots of variables outside your control. This great video will show you five tips to improve your landscape work through simplification.