Mark S. Johnson Releases Color Correction Video Tutorial Series
Photographer, Photoshop luminary, author and longtime RMSP instructor Mark S. Johnson is at it again. If you will remember back, just a few weeks ago, we announced here on Paper Airplanes that Mark was re-releasing his popular book Botanical Dreaming a a downloadable e-book.
Well, now on the heels of that release, Mark is announcing his latest product, a video tutorial series detailing color correction techniques in Photoshop and Adobe Camera Raw. In this series, Mark shows you how to use Photoshop and Adobe Camera Raw to optimize color, contrast, brightness, and saturation in your photos so they do justice to what you saw (or imagined) while you were shooting. In addition to learning how to produce beautiful, accurate color, you will discover how to create gorgeous black and white, sepia, retro, and vintage-toned images. Announced just yesterday – April 16, 2013 – this video series is available for download from Mark’s site. For the first week, it is available for $19.95 after that it will jump up to $24.95.
If you have ever had the pleasure of learning from Mark, you are well aware of what a great teacher he is. And if you aren’t familiar with his work yet, I highly suggest you swing by his site and be blown away by the altered realities he creates. If anyone knows what it means to combine creativity with technology to achieve a desired outcome, it’s Mark S. Johnson. He’s one seriously creative and talented guy.
The only thing better that having his work downloadable straight to your computer is being by his side learning his techniques from capture to computer. If the idea of this experience excites you, you are in luck. Mark is leading a workshop for RMSP this coming June called Creative Compositing. Held in his hometown of Boulder, Colorado this workshop takes you to places like the scenic Chautauqua Meadow, the eclectic Pearl Street Mall, and a train museum loaded with historic character. During this week you learn Mark’s secrets for using Photoshop to create masterpieces out of your images. This workshop will help you understand how you can create images like the ones seen below.
If you are interested or have questions, please call Bob McGowan at 800-394-7677 or send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org