The Commercial Retouching Course Bundle

Welcome to our recommended course collection for commercial retouching workflow. This collection of Adobe Photoshop workflow courses is what we and Senior Retouchers recommend for your retouching learning curriculum. These courses are developed by senior retouchers Sef McCullough and Earth Oliver, who have spent decades working for clients such as Nike in Portland Oregon, often referred to as the retouching capital of the world. These courses are full of actions developed by Sef and Earth to speed up your workflow and yield better results. They are used day in and day out by retouchers working for clients and the highest level.

Blog posts

  • what is real estate photography and why should photographers start doing it

    Earn Six Figures Shooting Real Estate Photography

    With Google searches for “the process of buying a house” going up 950%, according to CNBC, now might be a great time to think about Real Estate Photography.
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    Photography Lighting Equipment & Setups: The Essential Guide with Chris Knight

    Nothing is so fundamental to studio portraiture as light. Light is the language photographers use to communicate who our subject is and what we want the viewer to understand about them, or us. Part of every photographer’s career is the lifelong study of light, which is why consistently going back to the fundamentals is always a good idea.
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    How Does CGI Compare To Photography?

    When you look at a photo, what do you see? For most people, the answer is a physical representation of reality. But what about CGI? What if I told you that the images from a camera are really no different than a render? In this blog post, I'm going to compare photography and CGI and explore the differences between the two.