Studio Photography: Shoot and Edit While Tethered
with Dan Brouillette
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01 Class Introduction02:45
Class duration: 2h 35mSee all 12 lessons
About The Class
From Shoot to Edit: Tethered Shooting Basics for Studio Photography
The best photographers have a good idea of the image they’re after from the very beginning of the process. But shooting with a specific end product in mind requires a lot of thought and planning. Dan Brouillette will show you how to do it by creating a live, in-studio portrait shoot with simple lighting. You’ll learn how to make adjustments for color correction and toning in Capture One®, the best way to use shadows and highlights while tethering, and how to perform additional post-processing work in Adobe® Photoshop®.
Capture One 11, Adobe Photoshop CC 2018
Importance of Tethering09:20
Introduction to CaptureOne28:39
Equipment for Shoot06:48
Shoot & Edit While Tethered26:41
Shoot & Edit While Tethered With High Key16:06
Post-Shoot RAW Processing08:32
File Folder Structure07:13
Import From Card in Capture One03:32
Capture One Export Settings04:52
Photoshop Basic Retouching14:57
Full Shoot Edit in Capture One26:15
Dan Brouillette is a commercial, editorial and senior photographer based out of Omaha, Nebraska. Dan uses specialized lighting and posing techniques to create cinematic images for his senior clients that are unlike anything in the industry. After working as a lighting tech in New York City, spending his time lighting sets for celebrity and editorial shoots ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
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Very good class, I thought. Dan is very clear about what he wants to emphasize and what he wants to tone down, in order to support the personality and interests of the subject. He is personable yet focused on topic. Just find him very watchable and a great teacher.
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