Do you sometimes struggle being creative with Photoshop?
You’re a perfectionist. You’re technique-driven. Either it’s captured in camera or it’s not captured at all. You know light. You know poses, but when it comes down to it, you also know that your approach to Photoshop is holding you back.
But you do understand Photoshop, definitely know your way around it. It’s the artistic side of editing — the visionary part of you, your imagination and creativity — that still troubles you. You want to be able to control the atmosphere, style, and mood.
Not leave it all to chance. So how do you learn this side of Photoshop? Most courses on Photoshop are for beginners. They’re crash courses from step one.
But you already know that. What you’re looking for is something that will help you use Photoshop creatively — with more imagination and flair.
Not technique. And that’s what actions, presets, and textures do. They boost the number of options you have. Showcase more atmospheres, styles, and moods.
Give you a robust set of advanced, pre-configured tools to revitalize your photos. And almost nobody has been making presets as long as Gavin Philips.
For over 20 years, he has been teaching photographers how to use Photoshop while also selling his own personal collections of actions, presets, and textures.
For his decent Exposures Collection, Gavin has put together some of the most imaginative and atmospheric ones for you to experiment with.
Using them, you’ll be able to elevate Photoshop from an afterthought to a tool that’s front and center.
You’ll be able to evoke feelings that can’t be done in-camera. Drill down into his presets and actions to find your very own.
You’ll uncover an artistic side to using Photoshop. Develop a shortcut to finding your own voice in its intricate settings and configurations.
If you’re a portrait photographer, you can’t miss this opportunity to retrain how you use Photoshop. With 200+ options to choose from — and a video course to help you get the most out of them — you’ll learn how to work magic with Photoshop.
Watch This Short Movie Created By Gavin To Explain How It Works
What’s included in this decent exposure collection?
Gavin’s Exposure Collection comes with 50 presets for Photoshop Camera Raw and Lightroom, 200 custom textures + 15 Photoshop actions. Exposures actions work with Photoshop CS5 onwards. The presets work in Lightroom version 4 through CC2019 +4
Also included is a video masterclass that breaks down how to use his collection as well as lessons on how to branch out.
With this collection, you’ll be able to:
- Learn a new way to approach Lightroom, Camera Raw, and Photoshop
- Enhance your photos using professionally made presets, actions, and textures
- Get lessons from Gavin on making the most of his collection
What I loved about these presets is how they are geared for professionals. They’re not hokey or kitsch.
They are ready-made for portrait photographers who want to expand their approach to editing with Lightroom and Photoshop.
See It Yourself – Some Amazing Before/After Photos
Why Should You Buy This Bundle?
I really liked the textures also because I think these textures will be a great tool for you to punch up your portraits.
With them, you’ll be able to not only add a backdrop that could eliminate boring environments but also help you subtly add a feel to your photographs that can be easily swamped in and out and blurred to match your needs.
Altogether, this 200+ preset, 50 actions and texture collection will revamp how you approach editing. Whether you’re looking for a new look or a new style, or just want to play around with different moods, this collection will give you a chance to get back in the driver seat.