Friday Tutorials

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Friday normally means it’s tutorial time on the Photo Chat blog.

Today is no different.  Well, kind of.

Since returning from the Northern Tuli Game Reserve the last week has been a bit of a blur as we work on all the exciting developments from that weekend and prepare for our trip to Cape Town this weekend and our photo expedition to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier next week.

So, with time having been a bit limited this week I thought instead of trying to squeeze a tutorial in before we leave for Cape Town I would do this post with a whole number of tutorials so that you can either remind yourself of things we have covered in the past or check out some of those you might have missed.

So here goes with a whole range if different tutorials which will hopefully keep you busy until we look at how to convert your images to effective black and white images in next week’s Lightroom tutorial.

How to Blend the Milky Way in Photoshop


How to Make Your Clouds Pop in Lightroom


How to Create Presets in Lightroom


How to Create Actions in Photoshop


How to Create Vignettes in Lightroom


Sorting Your Images in Lightroom Using the Spraycan Tool


Using the Survey View Mode in Lightroom


A Basic Lightroom Workflow for Wildlife Photography


A Basic Look at the Clone and Heal Tools in Lightroom

 Right, that’s about it for now.  I hope that somewhere in all of those you find something that will help you improve your own photography and processing skills.  As I tell the people on our photographic courses and workshops – if you can take just one little thing from the day it has been a success.

If you’re on Twitter make sure to look me up at @gerryvanderwalt for updates while we travel and a whole lot more photography news, links and updates!

Until next time.

Gerry van der Walt

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  1. J. Paul

    Hi Gerry,

    Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge and expertise on LR. Because of your tutorials I have gone from a zero knowledge base and a fear of processing to essentially now having the confidence to process my own images. I can’t thank you enough. Keep doing what you are doing.

    Thanks and Best,

    J. Paul

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