About CourseCommercial photographer Tim Wallace is joined by Kelby Training's own Matt Kloskowski back at the computer to get a first hand look at Tim's workflow after returning from a shoot. Tim takes you through every step in his process of editing a series of exposures taken during his Environmental Light and Automotive Photography class and putting them into a final master image. Along the way you'll learn professional tips and tricks for using Camera Raw and Photoshop that you can put to work on your own images right away!
- Lesson 1: Introduction 02:26
- Lesson 2: Analyzing the Frames 03:34
- Lesson 3: Car Exposure 05:08
- Lesson 4: Tweaking the Front End 07:11
- Lesson 5: Background Base 05:56
- Lesson 6: Blending the Background Layers 05:17
- Lesson 7: Bringing Out Detail 07:58
- Lesson 8: Merging the Car and the Background 09:13
- Lesson 9: The Floor 13:09
- Lesson 10: Closing Tips 10:48
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Photographer Tim Wallace is the driving force and creative thinking behind Ambient Life. An award winning photographer his work is often described as both conceptual and dramatic. Tim works internationally with many high end brands and clients such as Aston Martin, Land Rover Jaguar and Morgan in the UK to Kenwood and Audi in the US. His work has been published globally and was recently named by as one of the UK's most creative photographers. Tim's view is a little more straight forward, a man who's known for his down to earth attitude, his feet are firmly on the ground and his desire to produce creative work is one that he has been driven to from a very young age when he first picked up a camera, "Photography is for me simply a creative passion, the ability to use light and form to capture in a single image what I see in my own imagination..." He is the humble recipient of many awards including International Advertising Photographer of the Year 2010, UK Motor Industry Photographer of the Year 2010, Hasselblad Photographer of the month Oct 2010, Professional Photographer of the Year 2009 as well as receiving Distinction Awards for his work from such professional boards as the RPS.