Black & White Portraits
Black & White Portraits
Nate Dappen
Learn how to capture impactful black-and-white portraits for professional-looking results.
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Go beyond the basics and learn professional techniques for retouching your portraits using Adobe Photoshop®!
Lesa Snider
Lesa Snider
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Work with light in new and exciting ways for professional results you and your subjects will love.
Alan M. Thornton
Alan M. Thornton
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Take stunning photos in any indoor lighting situation. Discover how to use lights, camera settings and modifiers to capture your subjects perfectly.
Brad Bartholomew
Brad Bartholomew

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