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  • Author: voska89
  • Date: 20-12-2015, 11:37
20-12-2015, 11:37

Learn to Edit Raw Images to look like Film in Lightroom CC!

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Learn to Edit Raw Images to look like Film in Lightroom CC!
Learn to Edit RAW Images to look like Film in Lightroom CC! (Full)
Duration: 2hr 56m | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 966 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Raw files Included

Follow along with provided RAW images in Lightroom 6 using VSCO Film to emulate the beautiful dynamics of analog images!

This course is designed with a hands-on approach. We feel the best way to learn how to edit in Lightroom is to follow along with the process yourself. However every other course we could find online shows you techniques but gives you no way to practice them. That's why we put together a professional styled shoot so we can PROVIDE YOU WITH ACTUAL RAW IMAGES! These images are still under our copyright, meaning they are for tutorial purposes only but they will give you a chance to practice on real professional RAW photographs and produce the same results that you see in the tutorials.

We use VSCO(Visual Supply Co.) film in this course because it allows us to translate our digital RAW data into color profiles that are then able to be edited. In short this is not a pack of "film look-a-like presets" but rather digital film stocks that translate your image data into film. This is only the very first step, in this course we take you much farther than simple presets teaching you to develop an eye for beautiful skin tones which are the very cornerstone of good portrait and wedding photographs.

What will you learn?
How to install VSCO film to be used with Lightroom
How to import photos into your Lightroom catalog with ease
How to rate your images which is also known as culling
How to select a good starting preset for an image
How to tone an image based on the subjects skin
How to make custom adjustments
How to retouch skin imperfections with the healing spot removal tool
How to refine an image with sharpening & grain
How to use virtual copies to develop your personal style
How to make a personal preset for batch processing
How to fix lens warping with lens corrections
How to remove foreground objects with the clone tool
How to crop or re-align images
Bonus: How to make a tilt-shift effect by sending an image to Photoshop
How to export images for print or web!

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