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Eleven Mac-, PC-, and iPad-compatible QuickTime movie files
Sample images included
Running Time: 2 hours, 31 minutes
In this series of 11 video tutorials, Mark encourages you to dispense with the traditional way of thinking about photography and consider a different approach––one where you embrace the idea of conveying an emotion or idea rather than merely documenting an event or setting. If you are interested in transforming your photographs from literal depictions to unique, evocative works of art using Photoshop techniques that don’t require a background in painting or illustration, then this series is for you. None of the techniques covered is difficult to accomplish, yet each one transcends the concept of merely pressing a button or applying a basic filter. Instead, each is designed to open your mind and unlock your creativity.
Mark begins each lesson by discussing the look of a technique and which subjects are best suited. He then shows several concrete examples followed by a step-by-step Photoshop tutorial. Feel free to work along using your own images, or work with the included sample images. Although this series is designed to illuminate post-capture techniques, some of the techniques can be accomplished using a camera with a multiple-exposure feature. Because of this, Mark also touches briefly upon the in-camera approach.
Introduction – 04:13
Lesson 1: Soft-Glow Double-Exposure Montage – 09:54
Lesson 2: Painting with Light – 06:26
Lesson 3: Multi-Image Montage – 18:52
Lesson 4: Mirror Montage – 10:24
Lesson 5: Multiple-Exposure Monet – 16:39
Lesson 6: Multiple-Exposure Rotate and Zoom Montage – 16:14
Lesson 7: Multiple-Exposure Rotate and Zoom Montage with a Mask – 13:57
Lesson 8: Creating a Painterly Border – 08:34
Lesson 9: The Pixel Bender Oil Paint Plug-in – 14:25
Lesson 10: Filter Forge’s Old Drawing Blend Effect with a Watercolor Frame– 23:54
Lesson 11: The Lloyd Williams Kaleidoscope – 10:28
Praise for the Photoshop Impressionism Video Tutorial Series
“To the many fans of uber-creative artist/instructor Mark S. Johnson, the way in which he sees the world is one of pure inspiration and creativity that can’t help but be infectious to others. If you’ve ever had the fortune to be taught Adobe Photoshop creative techniques by him, then you know what I’m talking about. Well, he’s at it again with a brand new video tutorial series he is calling Photoshop Impressionism.”