Taking a great photo is one thing, but turning it into a masterpiece is something quite different. If you enjoy perfecting your photos, you’ll be thrilled by the digital editing techniques that Martin Perhiniak demonstrates in Lightroom 4. Building on the foundations that he has laid in his previous courses, Martin reinforces your basic knowledge of the Develop Module while enhancing it with sharp, professional tips and tricks.
In this course, you will learn how to quickly and easily optimize the white balance and color tones of your photos making them look the way you originally saw them –or imagined they could be– before even releasing the shutter! Martin then shows you how to analyze and adjust your photos' settings to correct a wide range of common issues.
And what’s more... Martin shows you how to add back some of the “imperfections” you typically “remove” to create artistic, nostalgic photo effects. After watching this tutorial you’ll be able to make your best photos even more extraordinary! Whether you are a seasoned photographer or a passionate enthusiast, learning Martin’s pro image enhancement techniques will make your images come alive!
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Ren wrote on November 12, 2014
Martin Perhiniak brought me out of the dark and gave me the knowledge I need to manipulate my photo's with LightRoom. Yet another MPV eye opener.
Jose Alonso wrote on July 4, 2012
Learning all one needs to know about applications using MacProVideo has always been my favorite method. No need to go to classes at specific hours and sit in with people that are not at the same level and often take up all the teachers time. Watching MPV is fun, educative and best of all you can have the teacher repeat a thousand times the same thing without being thrown out of the class. I found Martin Perhiniak particularly interesting to listen to with a friendly and caring tone of voice.
I look forward to buying his next module.