Where Art Meets Architecture: Post-Processing using Lightroom and Photoshop
with Mike Kelley
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01 Class Introduction02:32
Class duration: 1h 16mSee all 7 lessons
About The Class
Join Mike Kelley, well-known Architecture Photographer as he shows you the best way to work on your architecture photos in Adobe® Photoshop® and Adobe® Lightroom®. Mike will show you what tools he uses in Adobe Photoshop, and simple ways to combine and merge images in Adobe Photoshop. Mike will also address common problems in architectural photography and what can be fixed in post - and what can't! Learn how to prepare, save, export and finish your images in Adobe Lightroom so that you're delivering the best product to your clients.
Software Used: Adobe Lightroom CC 2015
Image Preparation in Lightroom07:52
Overview of Tools for Architecture in Photoshop12:52
Combine & Merge Images Simply10:50
Handling Common Problems in Architecture Photography12:44
Common Global Adjustments07:57
Advanced Architectural Processing in Photoshop21:52
Retouching Work Flow Cheat Sheet
63% of students recommend this class.
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First, note to CreativeLive: Please include experience levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced). I think the bad reviews were because people expected a more advanced class than this. That, and that some people expect mind-blowing revelations in merely 70+/- minutes. This class was jammed pack with great information. I was looking for this exact information so it was perfect for me. Plus, Mike Kelley's teaching style is easy to understand. Any class taught by MK is worth watching, he always has useful insight and nifty shortcuts.
not only is Mike Kelley a genius, he is the Bob Ross of architectural photography. It's got a real "Lets just add some happy cars here and some happy people there" kind of a vibe. What a killer tutorial. Thanks Creative Live and Mike Kelley.
I really enjoyed the video as I do with all Mike Kelley videos. The different way to use the clone stamp as well a lot of little trick he did were great to hear. However, I completely agree with Nicholas, it would have been nice to see the image that they showed on the cover, as that is a scene that I'm far more likely to encounter.
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