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
In this lesson Jeff Rojas demonstrates his simple approach to extend your background in Adobe Photoshop. 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
Jeff Rojas discusses a simple way to enhance freckles in color using Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop. Read More
Fashion Photographer, Jeff Rojas and Portrait Photographer, Miguel Quiles discuss the top 3 misconceptions about retouching. Read More
As I spend more and more time around other photographers, I’ve had the opportunity to sit back and listen to everyone’s take on what makes a retouched image successful. Some photographers spend minutes retouching, while others spend literally hours on an individual image. Regardless if you spend 15 minutes or 3 hours retouching in image, it’s important to have a strong workflow so that you maintain your sanity. Read More
One of the most powerful, but often misused tools in Photoshop is the liquify filter. The liquify filter can help you restructure a subject’s shape, hair, or attire. In this introduction to using the liquify tool, I’ll cover ways to enhance your subject’s features so that they maintain natural body proportions. Read More
Here is a crash course introduction to frequency separation in Adobe Photoshop. Read More