It's been a busy week here at Click Start Club. We launched two new editing courses: Editing in Photoshop and Editing in Lightroom. We are also selling a bundle with both courses to save you money. If you're still unsure about the courses, I wanted to share some reasons why they are a great deal and how they can benefit you. 1. Self-paced. If you're busy right now and thinking I just don't … [Read more...] about 9 Reasons You Should Try Our Editing Courses
I've been using Photoshop since high school, using the editing software was part of a few of my courses but it wasn't until I started my blog where I began to dabble in the art of editing photography. That being said clicking around and figuring out what icon means what can take a little time, so I put together this Photoshop shortcuts cheat sheet for you to download. Photoshop … [Read more...] about 39 Photoshop Shortcuts To Make Editing Food Photography Productive
Today's the day! That is, LAUNCH DAY! We are opening up our two courses, Editing in Photoshop and Editing in Lightroom, for registration! Yes, we are very excited about it as I'm sure you can tell with all the exclamation points. Randa and I have been working hard over the past few months to bring you these two new courses. We wanted them to be geared towards beginners, easy to understand and … [Read more...] about Want To Improve Your Photos for Your Blog & Social Media? Introducing Editing in Photoshop & Editing in Lightroom Bundles!
This post for photo editing mistakes first appeared on Simply Stacie’s 7 Photo Editing Mistakes to Avoid. I’ve been busy working behind the scenes updating old photos in my recipes. I cringe when I look back at some of them. I remember thinking back then that they looked good to me. Years later, not so much. I’m happy to say that I’m almost done and have even managed to revive a few dead … [Read more...] about 7 Photo Editing Mistakes to Avoid
This post for why you should be shooting in raw first appeared on The Bewitchin' Kitchen's Why You Should Only Shoot in Raw. I waited years before I finally started shooting in RAW on my DSLR. The main reasons were that I wasn’t sure if it would be hard to shoot in RAW (it’s not) and I thought my pictures looked ok the way they were as JPGs. Even after I’d had Lightroom for a few months, … [Read more...] about 5 Reasons You Should Be Shooting In Raw