- Using the Luminar editing extension
- Working with layers
- Adjusting images
- Using DxO OpticsPro
- Applying lens corrections to photos
- Using Pixelmator Retouch
- Using Pixelmator Distort
- Using different Affinity Photo editing extensions
- Using Haze Removal
- Using Polarr image editing tools
- Adding text to photos
Skill Level Advanced
- [Derrick] Hi, I'm Derrick Story, professional photographer, writer, and publisher of The Digital Story. Welcome to this course on applying advanced techniques with editing extensions. During our time together, I'll show you how to use third party imaging software to advance the quality of your images. Some of the topics I cover include working with layers for complete control over the editing of your pictures. Brushing incorrections to fine tune your compositions. Applying lens corrections to your photographs.
Using advanced haze removal algorithms to brighten your shots. Browsing a variety of filters and presets to determine just the right look. And adding text to your photos as a finishing touch. So please join me as we explore the software and use it to improve our images.
Photos for OS X: Enhancing Imageswith Richard Harrington2h 26m Intermediate
Photos for OS X Essential Trainingwith Derrick Story4h 16m Beginner
Photos for OS X: Extensions for Local Adjustmentswith Derrick Story1h 50m Intermediate
1. Luminar All-Purpose Editor
2. DxO OpticsPro for Lens Corrections
3. Pixelmator Retouch and Distort
4. Affinity Photo for Advanced Cleanup
5. Polarr All-Purpose Editor
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