Photography (698)

Photo Tools Weekly

Photo Tools Weekly

with Chris Orwig
Get photo editing techniques to help make your photos look better in just a few minutes. Chris Orwig shares insider tips for Photoshop, Lightroom, and more.
Mobile Photography Weekly

Mobile Photography Weekly

with Seán Duggan
From apps and accessories to Instagram, get a weekly dose of instruction and inspiration to take your mobile photography to the next level.
Pixel Playground

Pixel Playground

with Bert Monroy
Take a 10-minute recess every week and join Bert Monroy for a fun, self-contained project in Photoshop or Illustrator.
Photo Gear Weekly

Photo Gear Weekly

with Tim Grey
Master your gear and get the scoop on hot new cameras and accessories. Get a new Photo Gear Weekly tip every Friday.
Learning to Critique Photos

Learning to Critique Photos

with Steve Simon
Learn how to study, review, and analyze images, sharpening your photographic eye and expanding your visual vocabulary.
The Practicing Photographer

The Practicing Photographer

with Ben Long
2016-12-15 Photography
Get a weekly serving of photographic insight, instruction, and inspiration from photographer, teacher, and author Ben Long.
Lightroom: 2015 Creative Cloud Updates

Lightroom: 2015 Creative Cloud Updates

with Chris Orwig
Learn about the latest features in Lightroom CC as soon as they are released. New movies added with every major update!
Real Estate Photography: Master Bathrooms

Real Estate Photography: Master Bathrooms

with Scott Hargis
In this course, Scott Hargis offers pointers on how to take the all-important master bathroom shot by demonstrating the lighting, composition, and styling techniques behind capturing this space at its best. Learn how to take a portfolio-worthy shot, as well as a glamour shot.
Photoshop CC 2017 for Photographers

Photoshop CC 2017 for Photographers

with Chris Orwig
Learn what every photographer needs to master Photoshop, including cropping, improving exposure, masking, converting to black and white, and more.
iPhone and iPad Photography with iOS 10

iPhone and iPad Photography with iOS 10

with Seán Duggan
In this course, instructor Seán Duggan goes over the newest photography features introduced in iOS 10. Use the enhanced Camera app to adjust exposure, capture panoramas, shoot video in HD and 4K, and create slow-motion videos and time-lapse videos. Discover how to apply nondestructive edits, access other editing apps from within the Photos app, sync images, and transfer images to different iOS devices or your computer.
Photos for macOS Essential Training

Photos for macOS Essential Training

with Derrick Story
In this course, photographer, author, and educator Derrick Story takes a deep dive into Photos for macOS Sierra, the newest version of the photo management application from Apple. Familiarize yourself with the application's new features, including Memories, object and scene recognition, and a new editing slider called Brilliance. Observe how to use the application's basic and advanced editing tools, work with video, and tap into the power of iCloud to share your images across your devices.
Video Gear: Technical Tips

Video Gear: Technical Tips

with Richard Harrington
Make your video productions run a little smoother with these tips and useful tools for shooting high-frame-rate and green-screen footage, recovering files from corrupted disks, and more.
Running a Photography Business: The Basics

Running a Photography Business: The Basics

with Skip Cohen
2016-11-28 Photography
Interesting in starting a photography business? Learn how to become a professional photographer, whether freelance or full time.
Real Estate Photography: Marketing, Pricing, and Client Relations

Real Estate Photography: Marketing, Pricing, and Client Relations

with Scott Hargis
From pricing to marketing to working with real estate agents, explore the business side of real estate photography.
Video Gear: Support & Grip

Video Gear: Support & Grip

with Richard Harrington
Learn how to use video gear like gimbals, tripods, dollies, sliders, and rails to get smoother shots with more controlled motion and capture more unusual angles.