My Brand NEW Photography, Photoshop & Lightroom Weekly Podcast: Episode 1

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: June 12, 2013

Category: General

Hey Folks,

Today I’m really excited to share with you Episode 1 of my brand NEW Photography, Photoshop & Lightroom podcast.

In this first episode which lasts just over 15 minutes I cover:

  • Very cool lighting effect / technique that can be applied in Lightroom, Photoshop and Camera RAW
  • Photography tip for making sure the Perspective is right in your composite images
  • Photoshop technique for matching the colour between your model (shot in the studio) and your choice of  background

The podcast is available on my YouTube Page and in a matter of days will also be available on iTunes so to make sure you don’t miss an episode be sure to click the subscribe button.

If you have any questions / comments or maybe even a tip, trick or technique (Photography, Photoshop or Lightroom based) you’d like to see then just drop me a message or email direct to glyn@www.glyndewis.com

Over time the content will develop with adding in the occasional quick interview, review and so on. But in the mean time if you like what you see I’d really appreciate it if you could spread the love and share it with folks you think might like to see it also.

Have a great day folks and I’ll catch you back here tomorrow.
Enjoy,
Glyn

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16 Comments

  1. Dave Clayton

    Dude. Great first podcast and i particularly love the ‘Dave Clayton’ feature you have in every single episode – almost as good as seeing that awesome logo animated.
    Me? Narcissistic? Never. I’m too beautiful for that 🙂

    Seriously though. More me 🙂

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Thanks Dave me ole mate 🙂

      Reply
  2. David Kelly

    Nice premier podcast Glyn – looking forward to seeing more.
    With regards to requests, I don’t think I’ve seen you do a tutorial on this as yet but in a future episode I’d love to see how you did the facial reconstruction work to Steve on your ‘Hulk’ image.

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    • Glyn

      Sounds like a great idea David…cheers

      Reply
  3. Mike Macdonald

    Love it. Excited to see what comes up next 🙂 I’d love to see how to effectively add shadows in composites 🙂
    Have a great day!
    M

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Thanks for the tip idea Mike 🙂

      Reply
  4. Bryon Wiley

    Well done!
    I love the high def.
    Very clean video! It makes it easy to see your work space and follow what you are doing.
    You presented enough information for two episodes.

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Bryon…Great the HD comes through good; cheers 🙂

      Reply
  5. José Parcerisa V

    Glyn WOW an excellent tutorial as usual very good explained and very clear. Thanks for sharing. Your friend José

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Cheers Jose

      Reply
  6. DaveT

    Excellent job Glyn.

    Clear,concise,and most of all informative!

    Dave

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Cheers Dave 🙂

      Reply
  7. Philippe

    Thanks for sharing your insights, Glyn. I particularly enjoyed the perspective tip for composites. So simple! Looking forward to the new episodes.

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Great to hear you enjoyed it…thanks

      Reply
  8. Jawsh3539

    Great Episode Glyn! I really enjoyed it and look forward to more.

    Reply
  9. John Brown

    Hi pal, I think it’s fair to say that your rocking the world at the moment. The images you’re creating are brilliant and the tuts on how you get there are fantastic. Thanks for sharing your knowledge because to be honest I had lost my mojo with regards to photography. Now, between you and the Kelby crew, you’ve given me the inspiration and change of direction I needed. More low key grungy stuff please. I don’t usually go for these ” oh you’re wonderful” type comments being a hard as nails Scotsman, but when it’s got to be said, it’s got to be said. Cheers mate.

    Reply

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