In this short video, Jeff Rojas discusses 5 basic retouching tools and where they're best used.Read More
After teaching Photographing Men on CreativeLive and writing a book with the same title, many of you emailed me about photographing more "average" people.
I wholeheartedly believe most (ALL) of that content applies to regular guys like myself... so I decided to put my money where my mouth was. I produced a 2-hour video entitled "Photographing the Average Joe," which takes all of the principles I've discuss in class and workshops I've taught into a single short form video that covers everything from lighting to posing and editing.
I was so adamant on making this a successful video that the content was filmed not once, not twice, but three times. I knew that in order to convey the message that I wanted to, I need the right videographer, the right editor and the right team to make this a valuable lesson.Read More
Over the course of the last couple of years, I’ve been using Eizo monitors exclusively for everything from retouching to print proofing still images. They’ve been an invaluable asset in my editing workflow for stills, but something that I don’t often mention is that I also use them as my main video editing monitor. Why? Because the technology affords a smart workflow that fits my lifestyle and my mindset as an artist. I appreciate Refined Simplicity.Read More
Following up on the success of his first book, Photographing Men, photographer and author Jeff Rojas has created a companion book that covers everything you need to know about photographing women. Unlike so many other books on the market that focus on photographing women—which are often just a collection of images that show different posing and lighting setups—in Photographing Women: Posing, Lighting, and Shooting Techniques for Portrait and Fashion, Jeff actually teaches you what you need to know in order to create great images.Read More
In this lesson Jeff Rojas demonstrates his simple approach to extend your background in Adobe Photoshop.Read More
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As new technologies emerge the creative industry simultaneously evolves. These days, photographers are having a hard time deciding between 2k, 4K and 5K monitors for their retouching. Truth be told, deciding on which one is for you will depend on your own personal needs.Read More
There are a million different ways to convert color images to black and white. One of my favorite is still the Adobe Camera Raw Filter and here's why.Read More
In this tutorial, Jeff Rojas will show you how he uses the mixer brush tool in order to even out inconsistencies in skin color.Read More
There are a million different ways to convert color images into black and white, but there are 3 things every photographer should account for before exporting or delivering their files!Read More
This is an exclusive look at the new Eizo CG2420.Read More