Andrew Foord demonstrates a RAW workflow with Exposure 7 from start to finish. In the end, he creates a great looking, gritty look in just a short time.
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Demonstrates how to control the blur edges for subtle creative focus effects. There are plenty of other helpful techie-tidbits for improving your workflow, too. This video demonstrates a good use of the heart creative aperture shape–combined with adjustments to the creamy value and boosted highlights.
Image © Joe Payne
Parker J recorded this tutorial demonstrating his workflow for creating great-looking B&W conversions. He takes full advantage of many of the software’s features to make his images pop and shares what he’s thinking before he makes adjustments, so you get a better understanding ‘why’ rather than just ‘what.’
Image © Parker J Pfister
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
Jeff Ascough outlines his editing workflow from beginning to end. He covers a lot of ground inside of the software paying special attention to the Tone Curve panel, where he leverages custom time-saving presets. Jeff usually doesn’t spend a lot of time in Exposure on each image–it’s rarely more than just a minute or two. Webinar begins at 00:04:12.
Image © Jeff Ascough
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
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