This weekend we have launched a new bundle of GreyLearning courses focused on photography, with an emphasis on helping photographers improve their creative and technical skills.
The “Photography Bundle” currently includes ten courses related to photography. This includes the “Photo Gear Quick Tips” and “Behind the Photo” courses, both of which feature a new lesson every week. Even better, as new photography courses are published to the GreyLearning library, they will be added to the Photography Bundle at no additional cost.
For all of the details about the new “Photography Bundle”, please visit the GreyLearning website here:
Every photo provides the opportunity to learn valuable lessons, which is exactly the intent of the new “Behind the Photo” course.
This course provides a new lesson every week, based on one of my favorite photos. You’ll learned what went into create the photo, as well as the many valuable lessons I learned along the way.
The new “Behind the Photo” course is included in the “Quick Tips Bundle” you can find here:
In addition, “Behind the Photo” is available as a standalone course here:
As photographers we obviously employ gear to create our photographs. To help you get a better sense of which gear might be most useful to you, and how to best put to use your existing gear, we have created the new “Photo Gear Quick Tips” course.
This course provides a new lesson every single week, focused on some aspect of gear for the photographer. I some lessons you’ll learn about a new piece of gear you’ve never heard of before. In other lessons you’ll get tips for getting the most out of common photo gear. And in all lessons, you’ll get insights and entertainment.
The “Photo Gear Quick Tips” course is included in the “Quick Tips Bundle” that you can find here:
In addition, “Photo Gear Quick Tips” is available as a standalone course here:
With an update to the Nik Collection now having been released by DxO Software, we have published a new comprehensive course to help photographers make the most of all of the applications included in the Nik Collection.
The new course includes more than three hours of video lessons, covering all seven applications in the Nik Collection. In addition, a “Getting Started” chapter includes lessons to help you better understand the overall workflow involved with using the Nik Collection applications.
You can get more details about this new course on the GreyLearning website here:
As an increasing number of photographers make use of an iPhone or other smartphone for some (or even all) of their photography, we have created a new “iPhone Photography” course to help photographers master the many photographic features available on the iPhone.
This course features almost a full hour of lessons to help you understand and make the most of the many photo (and video) features of the iPhone. You’ll learn tricks for accessing the camera app more quickly, discover all of the capture formats that are available, see how Portrait mode can dramatically improve photos on supported iPhone models, and much more.
For more information about the “iPhone Photography” course you can visit the GreyLearning website here:
The publication of today’s episode of “Lightroom Quick Tips” marks one full year of weekly tips! Every week for the past year there has been a new “quick tip” focused on Lightroom Classic CC added to the “Lightroom Quick Tips” course in the GreyLearning library. And new episodes are still being added every week.
The tip published on the one year anniversary of this course addressed the new feature for adding color labels to folders in Lightroom. You can view that tip on the Tim Grey TV channel on YouTube here:
Don’t forget to subscribe (for free) to the Tim Grey TV channel on YouTube, and if you’d like more quick tips on Lightroom you can learn more about the “Lightroom Quick Tips” course on the GreyLearning website here:
We have published a new course in the GreyLearning library focused on showing you the many ways you can share your photos using both the Photoshop Elements Organizer and the Photoshop Elements Editor.
The course is called “Photoshop Elements: Sharing Photos”, and it includes lessons that guide you through the process of exporting copies of your photos, sending images easily via email, creating a calendar featuring your photos, and much more.
The “Photoshop Elements: Sharing Photos” course is included in the “Mastering Photoshop Elements” bundle of courses available through GreyLearning. In addition, you can purchase “Sharing Photos” as a standalone course here:
We have published a new course in the GreyLearning library focused on helping you truly understand the various organizational features in the Photoshop Elements Organizer. The course, called “Photoshop Elements: Organizing Photos”, will enable you to define (and follow) a workflow that helps you manage your photos with confidence.
The “Photoshop Elements: Organizing Photos” course is included in the “Mastering Photoshop Elements” course, which you can find on the GreyLearning website here:
In addition, “Organizing Photos” is available as a standalone course here:
We have published a new “Photoshop Quick Tips” course in the GreyLearning library, featuring a new episode every week with quick tips to help you make the most of Adobe Photoshop.
Every Friday we will add a new lesson, with tips aimed at helping you discover “hidden” features in Photoshop, techniques for leveraging various tools and features, and more. This course is included in the “GreyLearning Ultimate” Bundle as well as the “Photoshop for Photographers” Bundle. You can also purchase this course individually, at a low initial price of just $9.
If you’d like to get a new quick tip on Photoshop every week, you can get all of the details on the GreyLearning website here:
One of the most important steps in preparing your photos to be printed or shared digitally is sharpening. Many photographers find the technical details and practical application of sharpening to be confusing. The new “Understanding Sharpening“ course from GreyLearning can help!
This course includes lessons to help you better understand what sharpening actually is, and how it impacts your photos right down to the pixel level. In addition, you’ll learn specific techniques for applying optimal sharpening using a variety of tools, such as Adobe Camera Raw, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Lightroom.
Going beyond the specific tools for applying a sharpening effect to your photos, you’ll also learn about additional techniques that can help you extract maximum detail from your photos, while preserving and enhancing the quality of your images.
In short, if you’d like to truly understand the concepts related to sharpening your photos, and learn to apply sharpening with confidence for all types of sharing, this is the course for you!
Total Duration: 1 Hour and 30 Minutes
More Info: https://www.greylearning.com/courses/sharpening