Master the fine art of monochrome using Photoshop CS, CC, Elements and Lightroom. Discover how to shoot and process everything from landscapes to city scenes, portraits to fine-art nudes, and still lifes to urban imagery.Photoshop experts James Paterson, Claire Gillo and Hollie Latham present a series of video lessons that reveals the key monochrome shooting and image-processing techniques used by professional photographers. Convert to mono01 Create punchy mono images02 Convert to mono with ACR03Black and white in Lightroom04Create mono landscapes05Convert with adjustment layersTone your monochromes06Add vintage toning to images07Spilt-tone in Camera Raw08Make stunning still-life monos09Create amazing HDR images10 Make cyanotypes in LightroomSelective toning11 Six ways to dodge and burn12 Dodge and burn portraits13 Dodge and burn landscapes14 Make subjects stand out15 Selective colour in LightroomFine-art masterclass16 Create a fine-art flower trio17 Gradient Maps in Elements18 Play with light and shade19 Dodge & burn a backlit still life20 Capture urban abstract anglesStreet photography21 Capture posed street portraits22 How to edit a street portrait23 Slow shutter-speed scenes24 Process long-exposure scenes25 Combine the past and presentCreative projects26 Create a retro contact sheet27 Make dramatic rays of light28 Give portraits a mystic twist29 Make a surreal composite30 Compile a baby photo montageGet the retro look31 Antique a modern photo32 Solarise in Camera Raw33 Turn back time in your portraits34 Repair old photographs35 Create a washed-out lookBlack & white portraits36 Shoot candid portraits37 Convert candid portraits38 Shoot a fine-art mono portrait39 Edit a fine-art mono portrait40 Print a fine-art mono portraitMono landscapes41 Shoot a landscape at twilight42 Convert the scene to mono43 Shoot a mono seascape44 Convert the seascape to mono45 Get the Ansel Adams lookCool montages46 Capture an action sequence47 Blend the action sequence48 Create a surrealist portrait49 Composite multiple frames50 Combine two exposures
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ReleaseDecember 10, 2014
Date AddedDecember 4, 2014
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