I'm so glad that I had the opportunity to spend this…time with you and to show you some of these techniques.…I think, for me anyway, what they've done is…given me more confidence when I'm working in the studio.…Because we do make mistakes, we do miss things while we're shooting.…For example when I was working on this shot, not seeing…the color that was off on the lens cap when I originally…shot it, and being able to correct it. Maybe not getting the back…drop bright enough, and being able to use a D vignette to fix that.…
Or maybe being just a little bit lazy. Let's go back here to our Polaroid shot,…maybe just being a little bit lazy with the dust.…And not seeing all the dust that was there, not cleaning it off when…I shot and then being able to clean it up later on in post production.…Things like that, now the takeaway is of course, don't get lax in the studio.…I was talking about this with the dust, all that dust that we had here.…
Don't get lax in the studio because…it's usually more time efficient to fix a problem…
- Evaluating the image quality before editing
- Making sure the color is accurate
- Determining the most effective color
- Working with highlight recovery
- Targeting areas for sharpening
- Adjusting the background
- Changing the color of objects
- Round-tripping with Photoshop
- Converting to black and white with Silver Efex Pro
- Applying effects
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Basics
Deciding how much to crop3m 34s
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