You struggle to your edits looking like the images you love.
You’ve struggled to create dramatic black & white portraits you are really proud of.
Your editing in Lightroom is taking too long.
In this course, I will teach you how to retouch black & white gallery-type portraits.
Whether you are working on an unplanned snapshot, a posed photo, or a studio image I’ll share my tricks and techniques to help get amazing results every time.
This 2-hour course contains 10 projects where you will learn to use an array of powerful tools in Lightroom.
You will work alongside me and practice working with brushes and radial filters to carefully get the exact look you want.GET STARTED
In this lesson, I’ll walk you through what we will be covering on this course and how to set your self up to follow along as we go.
Learn how to transform an image to B&W and create artificial lighting with brushes.
Here I show you how to create a grungy high-detail black and white portrait.
Learn how to create an artificial shallow depth of field and use localized adjustments.
In this lesson, I’ll show you how to create a high-contrast, high-detail close-up portrait.
Learn how to edit a portrait photo to make it look like the subject is coming out of the darkness.
I’ll teach you how to create an artistic looking black & white portrait of a toddler.
How to make a piercing portrait of a non-studio photo.
Learn how to extract the background to give your photo more depth.
How to adjust a super close-up portrait.
Learn how to create an HDR-looking portrait from a studio photo.
“I’ve always dreamed of producing amazing photos like the greats such as Ansel Adams. I wasn’t ever really happy with my work. The training in this course really helped me get the tools I need to start creating images that I’m genuinely proud of!”
“I’ve been relying on a few b&w presets for my editing. They really haven’t been doing the job. Thanks to this course I can edit an image from start to finish myself self and the results have been amazing.”
“What an information pack course. Lots of different scenarios and techniques that I can use now to improve any photo. Thanks Kelvin!!”