We all make mistakes and the goal is to learn from them so as to avoid them in the future.
In this class, I discuss the top mistakes photographers make when creating images and how to fix them in Photoshop, as well as how to correct them in-camera next time and avoid unnecessary extra hours fixing problems in post-production.
This two-pronged approach ensures that you’ll leave this course with new skills that will make you a better photographer and retoucher.GET STARTED
10 LESSONS | 1H 26M | STREAM ON ANY DEVICE
You are struggling to get a lot of usable images.
Your images are often blurry and you don’t know how to fix them.
Your photos are constantly over-exposed and blown out.
“I love Kristina’s teaching. Very easy to understand and because she shows me every single step, I can easily follow.”
- Sharon F.
“I’m definitely a beginner and this course helped me resolve several issues I’m running into. The Photoshop tricks to fix bad images are great, but the methods to avoid them in-camera are even better.”
- John D.
“I do a lot of low-light venues and concerts and while I really do my best to get perfect shots in-camera, I really needed the technique Kristina teaches on eliminating motion blur. That alone increased my keeper rate by 25%. Well worth it.”
- Nate C.
"Every photographer begins by making a series of common mistakes. I wanted to create a class where I could save novice photographers the pain and frustration of losing valuable images during this learning process and help them save images."
We discuss the parts of the course and what you will be learning and how this will not only influence your retouching but your photography for the better.
Flash photography requires careful balance to have all elements lit evenly, here I show you how to correct this when it’s done wrong.
Having different color lights can be a nightmare to fix in Photoshop when the color temperature is wrong, but I’ll show you how to correct this quickly.
When you have an overexposed image it is vital to be able to recover the image so it can be usable and here I’ll show you how to bring the right color back in.
In part 2 of this, you’ve already recovered the color and now I’m going to teach you my tricks for recovering the skin texture to save the image.
In this lesson, I’ll show you how to fix unwanted motion blur from having a shutter speed that is too slow resulting in an image that isn’t as sharp as you want.
Every photographer who shoots in low-light scenarios often knows the struggle of keeping noise out of the image; here I’ll show you what I do to get rid of the noise.
In this lesson, I want to show you some pro tips to unlock some of the power of Photoshop’s Clone Stamp tool.
In this lesson, I’ll show you some of my tricks for extending backgrounds so that they cover the full frame of your image.
Some last points I think you should consider following this class to be a better retoucher and photographer.
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