Fast Wedding Workflow Series Video 1 – Importing and Culling with Adobe Lightroom

Do you enjoy spending most of your day slaving away in front of your computer? Editing thousands of photos? If you’re like me, probably not. So stick around, in the next series of videos I’m gonna show you my wedding workflow that’s gonna save you a lot of time and help reduce how long it…

Deconstructing the Edit: Week 3

Hello and welcome my name is Brooke Shaden I’m a fine art photographer and we’re diving into Photoshop today so I’ve got a really interesting image to show you and this is specifically an image using multiple subjects and sort of entwining them together in a weird way so funny story about this image wee…

Photoshop Tutorial: How to Transform Yourself into a Marble, Sculpture Bust!

Hi. This is Marty from Blue Lightning TV. I’m going to show you how create classical, marble busts from photos. The photos can be black and white, continuous tone or color. I provided these images for you to download, so you can follow along. Their links are located in the video description or project files.…

How to CLONE YOURSELF in 360 Photos!

Do you ever wish there was a second you? Not gonna lie, that would be really… CLONE: Mr. Ben, do you mean me, or you? – I mean mean me, by you I mean me. Or the person watching this video, not you. Go away! Do you ever wish you could clone yourself? How cool…

Photoshop Tutorial: How to Simulate Glitch Art from a Photo (Style #3)

Hi. This is Marty from Blue Lightning TV. “Glitch Art” is a relatively new art form whose foundation is based mainly on the unexpected results of digital errors known as “glitches”. Glitch Art is now considered to be a legitimate aesthetic of the Digital Age. I created this one using this photo as my source…

Photoshop: How to Create “RED DEAD” Video Game Cover Art

Hi. This is Marty from Blue Lightning TV. I’m going to show you how to recreate the cover art of a “Red Dead” action-adventure, video game. The theme I’ll be using in this tutorial is ancient Rome, however, you can apply the same techniques to whatever theme you’d like. I’ll be using photos of gladiators…