No Light?... No Problem!
For all of those times when the light and the weather just didn’t cooperate.
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From Flat to Fantastic!
Learn the "WHY" In Photo Editing
So many tutorials (me included) just show the what and how of editing. But sometimes you want to learn about “Why” I chose a certain edit.
How to SEE the Light
One of the best things about this course is I don’t talk tech. Instead I talk about the creative part of editing and how I evaluate a photo.
The Most Important Tools
If you’re curious about what the most important tools are and what you’ll need to know then check out this quick video and I’ll explain.
Creating a Light "Roadmap"
Beach Edit with Sky Replacement
Rainy Night Street
A Window in Bruge
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- All Videos (Lightroom and Photoshop Version and ON1 Version)
- All Follow Along Photos to Practice With
This is NOT a subscription. It is a one time purchase. You download the videos and they’re yours to keep and watch whenever you’d like.
Frequently asked questions
IS THIS A SUBSCRIPTION?
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE IN VOLUME 2 VS VOLUME 1?
I know I’m getting this quesiton a lot so let me expalin with a question back at you. How do you get better at photography? Do you sit at home learning your buttons and dials, or do you go out and shoot and actulaly… well… do it.
To me, it’s actually a combination of both. I think there’s a lot of merit to grabbing your camera manual and studying your buttons and dials.
But in addition to that, you have to use them. You have to get out and shoot and put yourself in as many varying shooting situations as possible.
Getting better at photo editing is similar. You have to study what the sliders do, and I think there’s plenty of courses out there that do just that.
But I created No Light No Problem to help teach more of the “why” behind the sliders and editing. Why make this area brighter or this area darker, or crop here, or open the shadows here, or add some light to this area of the photo.
For me, this process never stops. Me showing you 7 photo edits in Volume 1 doesn’t cover the entire spectrum of editing possibilites.
One of the ways I got really good at editing was through teaching. I had the advantage of teaching workshosp and thousands of people showing my a photo and asking what to do. That helped me develop an instant “vision” for a thousands of different photo types/weather/subjects whether it was mine or not. And then knowing what to do with the photo to help acheive the vision I wanted.
That’s what I’m sharing with No Light, No Problem. I search through thousands of photos from thousands of people to find photo situations that I think are unique and will help improve your editing.
My promise to you is that you WILL NOT learn any new tools or sliders. There aren’t any secret tricks you’re missing. (Great sales pitch huh?!).
But you will help hone and develop your creativity and vision, by watching me show the “why” behind my edits of 8 new (and very different) photos.
The more experience and differeing photo situations you develop a plan for, the better off you’ll be when you’re on your own.
To me, editing is all about this. But if you’re looking for just another noise reduction, selection, masking, sky replacement or background removal tutorial… then this isn’t for you.