Course by Matt Kloskowski
No Light? No Problem!
with Adobe Lightroom/Photoshop
On Sale now for $49.99
Projects / Lessons: There are seven 12-18 minute projects. You can see each one below.
Every video contains the full edit from start to finish. They’re short and easy to watch so you can sit down and actually finish each one, and follow along if you’d like, without investing hours of your time.
Airplane Cockpit HDR
Group Photo in Flat Light
Pet Photo in Bad Light
It’s Not About Sliders!
But in this course I open up and do something TOTALLY different. I talk about the “WHY” behind my editing.
For me… It’s not about the sliders. Instead, it’s all about what you do with those sliders that’s the most important part of editing.
How dark should you make something? How bright should you make it? Where do I add light? These are all the questions I work through with each photo. You’ll watch and hear my thoughts as I make the edits and why I’m making them.
How is Volume 2 Different from Volume 1?
VOLUME 2 ONLY
$49.99 (reg 79.99)
Includes 7 Lessons for LR/PS
All photos to follow along with
From Volume 1 and 2
teacher and I’m so glad I found you.
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.
It's Not About the Sliders!
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.
Frequently asked questions
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE IN VOLUME 2 VS VOLUME 1?
I know I’m getting this question a lot so let me explain 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 actually… 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.