Exposure Tutorials

Exposure: What’s New

Demonstrates the use some of the new features in version 6 such as the new creative focus effects, the new borders, and handy workflow enhancements.

Image © Robert Hamilton. Model: Sierra Jean Vickers w/SLU Agency

Exposure: Introduction

This is the story of Exposure. If you already own Exposure, you can skip this one.

Images © Jeff Butterworth, Chris Corradino, Sue Bryce, Christopher Wilson, Robert Hamilton

Exposure: Getting Started

Demonstrates the basics of using Exposure, including how to launch it from Photoshop.

Image © Sue Bryce.

Exposure: Aperture

This video shows how to launch Exposure from Apple Aperture. It also shows you how to batch process images with Exposure.

Image © Brian Mullins.

Exposure: Lightroom

This video shows how to launch Exposure from Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It also shows you how to batch process images with Exposure.

Images © Chris Corradino.

Exposure: Standalone Application

Exposure now works as a standalone application. This video shows you how to launch it and process images in batches.

Images © Felix Kunze.

Exposure: Custom Textures

Exposure 6 includes a gang of new lighting effects such as realistic sun flares, and authentic vintage borders from world-renowned photographer Parker J Pfister. This video demonstrates importing your own custom texture overlays and includes specific details about appropriate file types and blend modes.

Image © Tony Sweet

Superkids Part I

This project begins by preparing images in Lightroom with an end goal of enhancing the final composite with Exposure. Learn how to efficiently locate candidate images from a shoot, and make adjustments with basic tools in Lightroom.

Image © Jimmy Beech

Superkids Part II

Learn how to take the selected images from Part 1 and perform intermediate compositing techniques in Adobe Photoshop. This is not a beginner’s tutorial. If you plan to follow along with your own project, you may want to keep your cursor near the pause button.

Image © Jimmy Beech

Superkids Part III

Learn how to make the last few steps of compositing in Photoshop as well as how to create multiple variations of the final image with Bokeh and Exposure.

Image © Jimmy Beech