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Photo Editing is an essential skill for the modern photographer. Photo Editing 101-301 is built to guide you through the entire creative process, from shoot through edit.

Photo Editing 101-301 is a bundle including Photo Editing 101, Photo Editing 201, & Photo Editing 301.

What’s Included »
Photo Editing 101
70+ RAW Images (16-bit)
24 Video Tutorial Lessons
– Photoshop
– Lightroom
– Photography
Photo Editing 201
45 RAW Images (16-bit)
23 Video Tutorial Lessons
– Photoshop
– Lightroom
– Photography
Photo Editing 301
21 RAW Images (16-bit)
Frequency Separation Retouching Action
15 Video Tutorial Lessons
– Photoshop
– Lightroom
– Photography
Learn Photography,
Compositing & Retouching
Learn the Entire Creative Process from Shoot Through Edit.
  • Lighting
  • Coloring
  • Compositing
  • Organization
  • Pen Tool
  • Retouching
Photo Editing 101-301 Before After

Remove Distractions & Clean Photos

If it isn’t helping, it is hurting. Learn to remove objects and draw more attention to your subject.

Remove Anything

You can’t always capture the perfect frame, sometimes an object sneaks its way in and needs to be removed in post-production. From small to large, learn to remove anything from a photograph in Photoshop.

Fix Exposure & Color

In a perfect world, every photo you take will be perfectly exposed and colored correctly. For most of us, we need a little help in post production getting things right. Learn to adjust exposure and color to give your images the impact they deserve.

From Capture to Completion

Photo editing is a combination of many individual steps including importing, organizing, general editing, object removal, retouching, coloring, exposure adjustment and exporting. Learn each step along the way to creating great images.

Photo Shoots, Explained

Go behind the scenes into each photo shoot and learn the details of how these images are captured.

Compositing Made Easy

Create balance & harmony by combining photos

Simple Cut-Outs

Cutting objects out of their backgrounds can take a long time and require tedious selection work with tools like the Pen Tool. There are other ways to cut objects out of their backgrounds that are more simple – the trick has to do with blending photos. Learn how to quickly bring multiple photos together.

What Makes a Great Photo?

Photo Editing has one purpose – to elevate your images to their highest potential. That is why we focus on teaching you what to look for, and how to fix common problems that any photographer faces.

Photoshop & Lightroom Workflow

Most images will require editing in both Photoshop & Lightroom. Learn how to import, organize and catalog images through Lightroom. Then move into Photoshop for more advanced editing.

Strobe & Natural Light

Learn the differences between continuous and natural light and how to combine them in multiple ways to create different effects in your images. Bonus: Learn special techniques like dragging the shutter.

Learn Advanced Workflow.

From capture to export.

Leave Your Mark

Photo Editing is a part of the creative process, and your editing style can be part of your signature look.

That is why we focus on why we make editing decisions and show you how to achieve the same results in your photos.

Perfect Sky Replacement

Replacing a sky in a photo can make a huge impact on the final image.

Learn how to accurately color both the sky and your photo to make the composite seamless.

Professional Retouching

Learn how to use frequency separation and dodging & burning to create stunning portraits.

For more in-depth retouching techniques, check out our best-seller Retouching 101-301.

Follow Along

Photo Editing 101-301 includes over 100 RAW Photos (16-bit) so you can follow along with the instruction and learn at your own pace. RAW images provide the greatest amount of flexibility when editing in Lightroom and Photoshop.

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