ROSA / COVER SHOOT

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: January 1, 2017

Category: Tutorial

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140 Comments

  1. John

    Glyn, love your method of teaching and can master the techniques fairly well. But when I try on my own I get mixed up what to do and when to do Work flow really. Can you cover sometime why you do things in a particular order, a kind of frame work if that makes sense.

    Can’t wait to see the video, thanks for all you hard work.

    John

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    • Glyn

      Hey John
      Thanks for stopping by and commenting.
      Absolutely no problem re the workflow but to be honest it’s very much a personal thing and not done a certain way because of any particular reason. Generally I’ll look at a picture and then whatever jumps out that needs working on is what I do and when I’ve done that I do the same again … sit back look and see. Of course for my own style and what I prefer there are certain things I like to do and you’ll see that in the tutorial but the order in which they’re done…it can chop and change to be honest.

      I know that’s kind of vague but if I can add anything it would be that once you plan and prepare for a shoot you know what yo want it to look like even before you have the file so when you do you just run with it…does that make sense?

      Reply
  2. Rick French

    Christmas morning this year is now February 12th!!

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    • Glyn

      Cheers Rick 🙂

      Reply
  3. Anthony Beck

    Hi Glyn, i’ve been trying to find a video that i’m sure you have done, about creating a false studio background, but I can’t seem to find it. I’m asking because I want to put cutout cars and motorbikes in a studio environment.
    Regards
    Ant

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    • Glyn

      Ant is this the one I did for the white Lambo?

      Reply
  4. Gill

    I’m intrigued and looking forward to your next update.

    I concur with John’s suggestion about work flow. This could be very helpful for those of us who don’t subscribe to Adobe software and use an alternative instead.

    Gill

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    • Glyn

      No problem Gill; thanks for checking out the video
      Glyn

      Reply
  5. Caroline Tudor

    I’m very excited to work on this new tutorial. Hopefully, the cover photo advertised (above) accurately represents the final image in the tutorial. A couple of your previous tutorials didn’t include your finishing touches of the advertised cover photo. Either way, I look forward to it.
    Thanks,
    Caroline

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    • Glyn

      Caroline…absolutely 100% will produce the same results. I kept all layers and made notes when I first retouched the image and this is what I repeated when I then recorded the tutorial and the results were identical.

      Regards
      Glyn

      Reply
  6. George

    Glyn,
    Think I’ve been waiting all my life for this book. Looking forward to getting my hands on it.

    Reply
  7. Robert Walker

    Hi Glyn i dont seem to get your notification for the live shows anymore ,have you stopped informing people as the live shows seem to be at different times/days.
    Thanks Rob

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    • Glyn

      Hmmm…not sure why that would be Rob. Not changed any settings this end but also didn’t want to email folks each week to let them know as that would mean too many emails I think.

      Generally aiming for every Tuesday but the LIVE Broadcast page is always there and I make a point of scheduling the broadcast so that the next date and time appears. On the note though I am taking a break as I need to get on and finish writing the next book which the publishers need by end of March.

      Reply
  8. David Jones

    Looking forward to this new video tutorial Glyn, keep up the good work!

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    • Glyn

      Cheers David

      Reply
  9. Mike Wiilliams

    Roll on 12th of Feb – Very much looking forward to the new tutorial.

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Thanks Mike 🙂

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    • Glyn

      Great to hear Martin…cheers

      Reply
  10. Su Hall

    I’m looking forward to it! Do we get newsletters for your posts and your live events? I would like that, personally.

    Thank you,
    Su

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    • Glyn

      Hi Su…great to hear you’re looking forward to the Rosa Tutorial.
      As for newsletter about posts and live events it’s not something I’ve done that much because I didn’t want to be seen to sent out too many emails but I’ll see what I can do.

      Thanks again

      Reply
  11. Janet

    Hi Glyn, I am so excited and absolutely looking forward to see your new tutorial.
    I have learned so much from you! Keep up the great work.
    You are a fantastic teacher, easy to learn from and follow along, high end material, just perfect !!! thank you !!!

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    • Glyn

      Janet…you’ve made my day….thanks so much 🙂

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    • Glyn

      Thanks Tania

      Reply
  12. Doerte Pavlik

    Hi Glyn,

    I love your teaching style and can hardly wait.

    Cheers,

    Doerte

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    • Glyn

      Doerte…very kind of you to say…thank you

      Reply
    • Glyn

      🙂 It’ll be with you soon….thanks José

      Reply
    • Glyn

      Richard…thanks so much for commenting and for the link.
      How cute are those dogs!?!? Love the lighting and the colouring especially…nice one!!!

      Reply
  13. Karin Engman

    Sounds good!

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    • Glyn

      🙂

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  14. Mary Campbell

    Hi Glyn,

    It sounds like you’ve really put together something quite special. The difficulty I’m having is that I don’t really do studio work or lighting and quite literally take shots that inspire me in the moment while I’m just walking around someplace. So the bulk of this training probably would be wasted on me.
    I do, however, desperately need guidance on the thought process and post-processing; taking the basic photo from start to finish in a way that represents what I’m attempting to convey (whatever that may be). Your shadow and lighting course is really helping with some of that for sure.
    I mostly do compositing to try and come up with an artistic vision I want to convey … not always successfully, mind you.
    So, do you think this course would be something that would help me pursue my vision in some way?
    Thanks for taking the time to read and consider my questioning.

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    • Glyn

      Hey Mary

      Totally get what you’re saying about not working in a studio. To be honest I rarely do…opting for more location work (it’s a free studio after all) 🙂

      The lighting I use in this tutorial is a classical Rembrandt style but I also cover Cross and Split Lighting which I also use outside and also using normal window light.

      Regards
      Glyn

      Reply
  15. Gavin

    Can’t wait to get the book you are truly a great instructor. I love you teaching method and explanation of your process

    Thanks again

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    • Glyn

      Very kind of you to say…thanks Gavin

      Reply
  16. Mike

    Glyn, cannot wait for y9our tutorial. Love your style and teaching method.

    Thank you.

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    • Glyn

      Thanks so much Mike

      Reply
  17. Charles Daly

    I’m hoping the package with consist of multiple videos each of which will contain a different image and in include all the plans and execution of each image as separate projects; lighting, model, hair, makeup, etc and especially the one and only Glyn Dewis retouching, yes? (if ‘yes’ then I’m in.)

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    • Glyn

      No Charles, the tutorial focuses in on perfecting a certain lighting style (classical Rembrandt) as opposed to covering lots of different techniques. Personally I think if too much is thrown at people then less sticks and what has helped me improve more than ever is concentrating on perfecting one lighting style and then moving on but trying to learn all at once…didn’t help me at all…in fact it slowed me down.

      Glyn

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  18. Steve

    Looking forward to getting my hands on your latest production.

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    • Glyn

      Cheers Steve

      Reply
  19. Udi

    Thank you.

    Reply
  20. Barry Townsend

    Looking forward to it as this is the kind of photography i do

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    • Glyn

      Great to hear…cheers Barry

      Reply
  21. Vanessa Tobias

    Awesome Glyn, thanks for sharing, all the best for 2018, be blessed 100%

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Same to you Vanessa…many thanks

      Reply
  22. Dave Shandley

    Hi Glyn, Looking forward to this new tutorial

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    • Glyn

      Cheers Dave

      Reply
  23. Jo Wyeth

    Hi Glyn,

    I’m slowly working my way through all your videos and loving them all.

    Just watched the clip above and you said we could ask any questions, so he’s mine…

    I just tried the selection technique on a fur coat and woolie hat and the result was rubbish, so tried again on something with sharper outlines and although it selected it well I noticed, on close inspection, that around the black areas there was the faintest white halo, can I do something to improve or avoid this?

    Really looking forward to seeing the new Rosa cover shoot and although I only take street portraits I’m hoping that I can apply some of your technics somewhere, somehow.

    Keep up the excellent work as its greatly appreciated.
    Jo

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  24. Jo wyeth

    Hi Glyn,
    Having just found your ‘How to Remove Halos from Cut Outs in Photoshop’ video, I can answer my own question and save you the trouble…..dah!
    I still cant do a good cut out from an busy background though!

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Just seen your reply here so you’ve probably seen the videos I linked to already 🙂

      Reply
  25. Tanja

    Hi Glyn,
    I’m looking forward to this! Like others have said already, it’s like a very early Christmas 🙂

    Reply
    • Glyn

      🙂

      Reply
  26. Amanda

    Cant wait for the tutorial 🙂

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    • Glyn

      Thanks Amanda

      Reply
  27. Shelby

    So excited….can’t wait to click on the purchase button!!!!!! 🙂

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    • Glyn

      Thanks Shelby…can’t wait to see results that folks get from this 🙂

      Reply
  28. Kent Skjønnemann

    It just like me, have no style, because I have bought tutorials and went to workshops, and everything is so diffuse, because so much info and where to start ?
    Im thinking same as you did, forget everything and start from scratch again, I like your style, I like cinema style pictures, and hopefully your tutorial will show me, my path forward from now…

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Kent…simplifying the process and concentrating on one style, one modifier etc was the best thing I ever did.
      Glyn

      Reply
  29. Dan Mahar

    Hi Glyn! I’m intrigued and looking forward to seeing the tutorial you’ve created. Can you summarize the main topics that will be covered in this new tutorial? Thank you!

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    • Glyn

      Thanks

      Reply
  30. Samantha Jones

    Hi Glyn. I struggle with editing so I m looking forward to this.
    Thus far I have been doing simple editing on jpgs in PSE 10 (cropping/dodging & burning/levels & contrast is pretty much it). I have bought the CC package but rarely use it as I don’t know what I’m doing with it. I feel like I drive a 2CV and using CC is like asking me to drive an F1 car. I wouldn’t even now how to start the thing up. (I’m guessing there’s no ignition key!)
    I can watch tutorials about editing but I’d really like to see a tutorial which starts with the basics – how to actually ‘USE’ Photoshop or Lightroom. Not necessarily the editing but for example, how to import properly, when to use LR and when to use PS and why….an explanation bout resizing eg. why does PS say my file is a certain size but the same image in My Pictures says different? …. and if you resize a straight out of camera image it reads 72 DPI (this I understand) but if you resize it to 300 DPI, aren’t you doing that interloping thing? (Is that the right word?) Where you add extra pixels? Or maybe you’re just ‘stretching’ the image – either way, I would have thought that would lessen the quality. Then, how do you actually save an edited image and if you shoot RAW, where is the original unedited file kept? How come images I’ve worked on previously still appear when I open LR?
    Workflow – a basic suggestion on how to structure this would be welcome, along with advice on storing and sharing (what exactly is a zip file and why would I need one?!)
    All of these sorts of usage issues I feel I need to understand before I can even contemplate proper editing with brushes and layers etc. I want to do things properly, shooting RAW and editing with adjustment layers and brushes all the fancy stuff but it just feels like such a minefield that I go back to bog standard jpgs, opening them in Elements and using levels/contract over the whole image.
    I’ve searched for tutorials but have yet to find one which delivers what I need.
    Having said that, your photography tips, tricks and tutorials have always been really helpful and straightforward so I’m hoping this new editing one may address some of my fears! (No pressure!!)

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  31. Tony Davey

    Looking forward to its release I know it will be good from past releases.

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    • Glyn

      Thank you Tony

      Reply
  32. Jason M Rodgers

    Looking forward to it Glyn. I can relate about listening to all the noise, for me there are far too many distractions out there.

    Reply
    • Glyn

      100% with you mate

      Reply
  33. Martin Turner

    Looking forward to the next video for sure! BTW Thanks for the Pinterest “demo”; I’ve not used it much nor seen examples of how to use it effectively, so now I’m interested (pinterested? :0) ) in YASMO (Yet Another Social Media Outlet)! Thanks (I think)! ;0)

    Reply
    • Glyn

      It’s so incredibly useful. I don’t use it for attracting a following or anything like that; just having it as a scrap book that is always with has helped more times than I can remember 🙂

      Reply
  34. Mary Campbell

    Glyn, I’m definitely getting convinced that your project may, indeed, help my process. Unfortunately, I don’t seem to be getting the latest videos that you post or notices of videos becoming available. I know you have my email since I do get some messages and notices, but I did not get this second video until you responded to my previous message with a link.
    Anything special I need to do to be sure I get the notifications for when you will be releasing the next video and to make sure I’m included in the offering when it becomes available?
    Oh yeah, and thanks for the tip on Pinterest; think it’s worth checking out for sure. Thanks so much.

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    • Glyn

      Mary…what videos is it that you’re not getting notified about? Is it the ones on YouTube?

      Reply
  35. John

    Hi Glyn
    On the business side what is the ultimate end use for your photography. Say your 1940’s project is this a compilation for a book? Gallery display? Selling Prints?
    I think a brief bonus video with a few pointers on this subject would be a good round off.
    Cheers
    John

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    • Glyn

      John
      Thanks for the idea. My reasoning for doing the 40’s project is varied to be honest…1) I’m fascinated by that period in history 2) I’ll be doing an exhibition towards the end of 2018 3) It has helped me to add images to my portfolio that show the kind of work I want to be hired for

      I’ll look at recording something that you mention about and sending that out to folks who have the tutorial at some point…cheers
      Glyn

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  36. Karen

    I can’t wait, sounds really good.

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Thanks Karen

      Reply
  37. Bas

    I am wondering how long the tutorial will be. I really can’t wait untill monday to purchase it.

    Reply
  38. Pete Allum

    Hi Glyn, I have your book Photograph LAT, my question is how much of a repetition of your technique is in the video, it seems from this video very similar

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    • Glyn

      Hi Pete
      I’ve not actually covered this kind of stuff in the PLAT book; some of the retouching steps do overlap of course but as for the photography, going through lighting, kit etc…not covered that.

      Regards
      Glyn

      Reply
  39. barry townsend

    Can’t wait for the release, I started to do this sort of photography by accident, went to the local gym to take some images but one of my lights broke so had to carry on on with just one light and an umbrella, results were great since then i have been hooked on this style

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    • Glyn

      Stripping back to using just the one light was the best thing I ever did. I’m sure at some point I’ll introduce another light but it’s use will be very subtle.

      Cheers

      Reply
  40. David Steward

    Your enthusiasm is definitely catching. Looking through other comments it’s apparent that you have hit on a way of reaching out in way so far untapped. I am very keen to get going on this next project.

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    • Glyn

      Thank you David

      Reply
  41. Dave Shandley

    Hi Glyn
    I use a couple of Rotolight NEO 2s which I can use high speed sink
    with, do you cover high speed sink in your tutorial?

    Reply
    • Glyn

      No I don’t cover HSS or HS in this but I will be recording something on that for my YouTube Channel once I’ve finished writing the latest book.

      Cheers
      Glyn

      Reply
  42. Jan-Willem Riel van

    I don’t understand the title of this video? Cover shoot ROSA, Full length photo and retouch tutorial??
    I only see a 15 minute video about ?….looking for pics for inspiration on pinterest?
    Did i miss some part of your video?

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    • Glyn

      Yeah you missed that it’s answering questions I have been sent in about the new tutorial I’ve put together…called ROSA 😉

      Reply
  43. Andy Dubreuil

    Hi Glyn,
    I’ve been very wary of using social media like Instragram and Pinterest, just because of images being stolen. I know there’s not much that one can do, but I think places like this is a catch area.
    But when you talked about using Pinterest to copy images from the web to post in a board, is there not a problem with this as your kind of doing the same thing by saving the images on your site, so how do you get round the copyright side on this so you don’t get any comeback?

    Thanks Mate, Andy Dubreuil

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    • Glyn

      Hi Andy

      Pinterest merely displays links to images that are currently on the web as opposed to ‘extracting’ them. Clicking on them links straight back to where they are i.e. the photographer’s site etc which is why a lot of folks use it as a way of promoting themselves and gaining a bigger following.

      I just tend to use it as an online scrapbook because of it’s ease of use rather than me downloading images from something like Google Images.

      Cheers
      Glyn

      Reply
  44. Tom Burns

    Hi Glyn,

    Looking forward to the Rosa video, you have a cool calm way of teaching which is very easy to follow I’ve followed the majority of you’re videos and always come away feeling I’ve learnt some gems of knowledge in the concept and workflow of my images.

    Tom

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    • Glyn

      Fantastic to hear Tom…thanks

      Reply
  45. Gary Barringer

    Great video ..Looking forward to it.
    Did photo shoot for a movie I was working on and your book helped me with a look I was going for and some post processing. The image ended up in magazine i created for the movie..
    Its Called “JT” , about a real character called JT LEROY. The movie will be out this year.

    Thanks for the great work Glyn!

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    • Glyn

      WOW! Gary please do let me know when this is released and if / when you can show the image

      Cheers
      Glyn

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      • Gary Barringer

        The movie is due out in the next few months. Once its released, I can then share some art.\
        Started in on the videos , great as usual! Thanks for the time and effort you put in!

        Gary

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  46. Lenny Grant

    Glyn I just want you to know that I have elevated you to Hero status. I have learned and continue to learn from you. Like your kit and style , I have reduced my (learning kit) from anyone and everyone to just three teacher/photographers. One other Brit and one from the U.S. So all I can say is, cheers mate and press on.

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    • Glyn

      Hey Lenny…great to hear from you. Slimming the kit down was 100% the best thing I ever did and like I said in the video I’m enjoying what I do now more than ever.

      Keep well and speak soon
      Glyn

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      • Lenny Grant

        I am getting excited about the ROSA tutorial and will be happy to add it to my Glyn Dewis library of outstanding photography books and videos. I wish you well and long life so that I can continue to eat at the Royal table of Sir Glyn.

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        • Glyn

          LOL…Cheers Lenny 🙂

          Reply
  47. Constantin (Cineartography)

    Hey Glen, just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your videos and tutorials. Really dig your style and I’ve learned a bunch from your videos!

    Please keep up the great work and also keep staying true to yourself!

    Cheers,

    Constantin

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    • Glyn

      Thank you so much Constantin…really do appreicate that

      Regards
      Glyn

      Reply
  48. Brian Dunkel

    I’m excited to finally get my hands on this tutorial. I fell in love with your style of Photography last year at Photoshop World when I had the pleasure of meeting you. Picked up your Photograph Like a Thief book as well (regret not getting you to sign it) and it has been incredibly influential in helping me edit photos.

    I agree with you that I’ve spent a lot of money on tutorials on Photography, Lightroom, and Photoshop throughout the last few years. Most of the time I just ended up being more confused. Photoshop World last year was amazing. However, with the massive amounts of information that was thrown at me, I’m not sure how much I actually absorbed and changed the way I did things.

    Can’t wait to have you distill your knowledge down to something that will make a lot more sense to me. I aspire to one day create compelling images that will even remotely be as good as yours.

    P.S. – Unfortunately, I won’t be able to attend Photoshop World this year. I live in Orlando, FL not too far away from where it is being held. Maybe I can buy you a beer and just say thanks for all of the content you keep putting out and allowing me to learn and grow.

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    • Glyn

      Brian

      Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting.
      Like I said in the videos this has taken me quite a while to put together but now I have I’m really happy with it.
      Honestly I cannot wait to start seeing what folks do with it.

      Cheers
      Glyn

      ps> Shame re PSW but hey there’s always another time

      Reply
  49. David Moore

    There is no doubt in my mind that this tutorial will be all you say it is and more. Your style, passion and teaching ability is simply outstanding and I always look forward to your guidance. Best wishes for much success!

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    • Glyn

      David….you have officially made my day!
      Thank you

      Reply
  50. Rudy Peter

    Glyn, please take my money 🙂

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Only so long as you take the content and practice practice practice 😉

      Reply
  51. DENNIS J SMITH

    Hi!

    I’m pretty excited for the vid. However, in watching these quickies, I have a question about the Rembrandt lighting. Even with my shooting, It seems that the light is mostly camera left. does this limit the poses possible? Even if I pose the person directly facing the camera, with the lighting always coming from camera left, there seem to be a pattern and sameness. Should one also shot with the light on camera left at times? Does this make sense.

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    • Glyn

      Hey Dennis

      Great question and yeah you can always change the sides you place the light source to suit what you want and the needs of who you’re shooting. Being a left hander I seem to naturally place it the side you see but do on occasion move it.

      Hope this makes sense
      Regards
      Glyn

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  52. Bob Wilson

    Hi Glyn thanks very much for all your hard work !,,
    I’m so looking forward to the new video…I’m certain it will be a huge success.

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Thanks so much Bob; actually can’t wait to hear and see folks’ results.
      Glyn

      Reply
  53. Andy Dubreuil

    Everything you’ve said Glyn makes sense. There are going to be people at different levels and having something shown from start to finish in a shoot to editing is not something I’ve seen anyone else do. So big respect to you and the team you’ve worked with. Looking forward to Tuesday AndyD

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    • Glyn

      Thanks a lot for the comment mate; really appreciate it
      Cheers
      Glyn

      Reply
  54. Andy Dubreuil

    You could always flip the image in editing, I’ve done that just to give a different look. AndyD

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  55. Ashanti

    Thank you, Glyn, for passing along your wealth of photographic knowledge. I’m truly grateful and look forward to this new tutorial ☺

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Thank you Ashanti

      Reply
  56. Kent Skjønnemann

    Hi Glyn
    Waiting for this for a few months, so one day more dosnt matter, and understand why 🙂

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Cheers Kent 😉
      Glyn

      Reply
  57. Samantha

    I totally agree that there’s too much information out there! Seems ridiculous to say it, doesn’t it? But when there are several ways to do the same thing and the end result is ultimately subjective, it’s very frustrating to have so much conflicting advice. Just when I thought I’d got the hang of something, I would read another tutorial which told me to do it another way!
    In the end, I cleared out my closet and ditched the newsletters, emails and video tutorial from most of the people I followed and now only listen to you and a couple of others!
    Thanks so much for all you give back to us followers!

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Samantha…fantastic to hear that you trimmed things down…it was the best thing I ever did.
      Best wishes
      Glyn

      ps> Glad I’m one of the ones you still listen to 🙂

      Reply
  58. Mike

    Glyn,

    I love your work and cannot wait for the tutorial!

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Mike…very kind…thanks
      Glyn

      Reply
  59. Pat Brennan

    Hi Glyn looking forward to getting and practicing with it
    Regards Pat

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Thanks Pat; I’m really looking forward to seeing the results 🙂
      Glyn

      Reply
  60. Charlie Gollob

    Hello Glyn,
    I just want to say thank you for all the work you’ve done so far. I’m looking forward to the tutorial on Tuesday. Thank you for listening to your customers/fan base.

    Thanks,
    Charlie

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Charlie…thanks so much for commenting and for the kind words…really appreciate it.

      Cheers
      Glyn

      Reply
  61. Caroline

    Thanks for all the info regarding the tutorial. Seriously looking forward to it.
    Cheers,
    Caroline

    Reply
  62. Craig Sperring

    Hi Glyn,
    Will it be available as a download or on disc?
    Thanks in advance
    Craig

    Reply
  63. Mark

    Hey Glyn,
    Here’s an idea for when you get the forum up and running, what about setting up “buddy-groups” where a group of people can share the cost of hiring a studio and model for the day to practice on a “live” model? Or getting studio owners to set up a “Glyn Dewis” studio days?
    That way we get to produce our own content based on what we’ve learnt and put it into practice

    Reply
  64. Kent Skjønnemann

    I’m wondering, in the retouch part of your tutorial, is there a file, so we can follow along and do retouch our self’s while you explain and show how to do it…

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Absolutely Kent. The tutorial comes with the RAW file, Asset Files, Layered Photoshop File etc…
      Glyn

      Reply
  65. Robert Walker

    Hi Glyn i dont know if you are aware of it[probably are] but being a lover of textures you can get a free app from adobe called Russell Browns Adobe Paper Texture.It comes complete with 54 textures from Flypaper and you can load as many textures as you want, mix n match etc, you can also add from your own textures or buy some from flypaper,check it out if you search the web there is a short vid on it but its worth it for the 54 textures.
    Cheers Rob

    Reply
    • Chris

      Cheers Rob .

      Reply
  66. Chris

    Glyn Good luck for today mate,Looking forward to the Tutorial
    And in your texture pack are the image for the floors and backdrops RAW .
    Sorry to ask but I did not see that in the info probably just me cheers mate
    And Good Luck once again

    Reply
  67. Guy Baker

    Purchased and made a cracking start. Lovin’ it. Total quality, thank you for taking so much time and effort in to producing something so amazing. You’ve set the bar so high in terms of quality education while still making it fun! Thank you so much.

    Reply
  68. Andy Dubreuil

    Hi Glyn
    Question about color checker.
    I use Color checker, but find if I take shot from the distance you show in the tutorial, and bring it into Lightroom and use the Add-on feature, that it can’t pick up the area of the card and so have to take it into the Color checker software, when the profile is add to camera calibration is there away to safe them somewhere and not have a long list of previous profiles? Is it worth pointing out that you have to import that image as a DNG others wise it won’t work.

    Reply
  69. James

    Glyn, Great tutorial, and fantastic value. I am learning all the time some great lessons will keep me happy for quite a while. Good luck for the future.

    Reply
  70. Mary Campbell

    OK, Glyn, I’m in. I look forward to going through the tutorials and am hoping things will finally stick. At this rate, I’ll be very busy for a long time to come.
    Can’t wait to hear more from you.

    Reply

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