Once you have your concept and inspiration, the creative process doesn’t stop there. The magic of being on set, whether it’s on location or in the studio, is playing with elements like lighting, posing, and props to ramp up the wow factor in your images.
Keep reading for the sessions to watch during Photoshop World!
Remember—you don’t HAVE to stick to only these classes, take as many as you like. And if a class overlaps, don’t worry! You will have a full replay of the conference available for a full year after the replays are posted. View the full schedule here.
Your Schedule: Sessions Focused on Photography
|Lightpainting: Enhancing the Action in Your Sports Photos||Dave Black|
|Killer Fashion Shots You Can Easily Recreat||Frank Doorhof|
|Focused Light: How to Really Let Your Model Stand Out||Frank Doorhof|
|White Seamless, 11 Creative Ways to Use It||Gilmar Smith|
|Crafting Cinematic Lighting for Your Photos||Kirk Nelson|
|Creating a Painterly Portrait…From Shoot to Photoshop||Mary Bel|
|Wild Explorations with a Camera||Moose Peterson|
|Breaking Down Compelling Landscape Compositions||Ramtin Kazemi|
|Evolution of an Image||Rick Sammon|
|The iPhone is a Real Camera: 60 Tips in 60 Minutes to Prove It||Scott Bourne|
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