New Full Length Tutorials: Can you help?

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: April 20, 2015

Category: General

Can you help?

Folks in the coming days my new revamped website/blog will going LIVE and to fall in with this I’m in the middle of recording some new full length retouching video tutorials.

In fact, over the coming weeks you’re going to see more Behind the Scenes videos being posted from Photo Shoots so that you can follow along through the initial part taking the photographs to the final retouched image.

In the mean time though I need your help?

When you get a moment could you take a look at my 500px portfolio page [LINK] and let me know which pictures you’d like to see being made into tutorials so that you can see EVERYTHING that was done in Photography, Lightroom/Camera RAW and Photoshop.


Those tutorials with the most requests will be ones that I’ll get to work on so all you need to do is take a look and let me know in the comments below what you’d like to see.

Thanks in advance and thanks so much for the support.


•Check out my 500px page HERE

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  1. Moira Norrie

    Regal Lion
    (or any other of the wildlife composites)

  2. Des

    There are so many great ones. I am however thinking about the one titled “Detached” & Johnathan Thompson. Those two called out to me first.

  3. Carol

    You are so well known for the “hard bodies.” They are wonderful and your signature. However, I would find it so much more helpful to see your process on James and the beard, Jonathan Thompson, or Gary. Thanks for asking.

  4. Brian

    As always thanks Glyn! I have been following you for a while now and really enjoy your approach to the images you create. I would love to see any of the animal portraits you’ve done over the past year 🙂

  5. srinath pm

    hurrah!!!!thank u mr.glyn..this is the moment i have been waiting for..first of all thanks for making this decision….all your works unique,,,to say frankly ,,,,after seeing the link …i wish for all the tutorial ..since its impossible …i opted my priority below…(1) WHAT?/?((Portrait of UK Kick Boxer Martin Fitzgerald))) (since its a portrait,,most are awaiting to exaggerate their look same as like this..especially the grunge look)) (2).THE WORKMEN (3).running late (4).psycho surgeon (5).face made for the camera

  6. Susan Koppel

    Hi Glyn – love them all. My two choices are “Food, Glorious Food” and “Mamma: Elephants in the Rain”.
    And please, please, start posting on iTunes again…..:-)


  7. marcel bauer

    Good lord Glyn, why don’t you just ask us to pick which one of our children get to live and which has to die…LOL There are so many AMAZING photos here 🙂 If I had to choose one that hasn’t been yet I would like to see this one I think it would cover alot of the techniques used in the others. My ultimate wish would be ALL of them 🙂 Also I am just about to crack open the photoshop workbook (well digital version) I am beyond excited. Thanks for all your great work and sharing this with all of us NEWBIES. I hope to one day meet you again. Yes we did meet, at photoshop world in Orlando where you unvieled the awesome RAZOR photoshop filter…LMAO.

  8. Mik

    If you haven’t already done the following:

    Muscular Physique: Daniel Adams
    Tribal Tattoo

  9. David Wilson

    Thank you giving me the opportunity to vote for my favourite pictures and sorry for the extra work I am causing you:

    In order of preference,
    Gothic Female
    Iron Man


  10. Maurice

    I’d like to see how you did the beard with your beard brushes and the portrait editing in Frank Doorhofs photo, and “a face made for this” is very nice…

  11. Richard

    Glyn, I could choose dozens but Ironman would be my favorite to see and any of the Animal ones. I have purchased all your tutorials, so would love to add these to the collection 🙂
    Love your work

  12. David Jones

    I would like to see how the kick boxer images were processed, please.
    Thanks for a great blog Glyn.

  13. j

    Any of the African composites would be good for me……but on a slightly different note I’d be interested to see how you would tackle a female portrait.



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