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Lightroom and Photoshop Classes

«From RAW-File to finished image»

Interested in learning about my post processing technics? I can teach you my workflow from start to finish, using the well-known applications like Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. Starting from the raw adjustments to merging, retouching, dodging and burning, color grading and so on until the final result.

Starting from scratch, I spent several years and countless hours on the applications of Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, always striving to enhance the essence of each image and get the most out of the RAW material we have. Treating each image differently is of importance, because no filter works for all the images.

Your Benefits

What you'll learn

- Private lesson with me on Skype

- Processing your own images if desired

- Get detailed insights of my workflow

- Available in English, German and Spanish

- NEW: Recorded Sessions: Watch the lesson again at any time (+25 Dollars)

- Get 20% off for the next private lesson

- Composition and light analysis

- Raw adjustments in Adobe Lightroom/Photoshop

- Merging and blending of multiple exposures

- Stitching of large panorama files

- Focus stacking

- Luminosity masks and luminosity painting

- Retouch and distortion fix

- Optimizing and saving for web


«After my lesson with Fabian I am starting to realize the great potential many of my own photographs have that I have never realized.  Fabian's introduction to luminosity masks is opening a world of greater possibility for my own post-processing workflow, but more importantly his techniques of subtle changes in an image that can create or enhance a feeling has opened my eyes to see how I can recreate the feeling I got when I decided to take an image in the first place. It just so happens that you end up with a great photo when those elements meet.  To anyone wishing to take their photos to the next level in post-processing, I would recommend they reach out to Fabian for a custom lesson. They will not regret it.»

Landon Cline, Photographer (@landonclinephotography)

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