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RetouchingFoodPhotography-logo-yw.pngTake your food photos to the next level using easy Photoshop retouching techniques (in minutes not hours)ENROL NOWEnhancing a photo without making it look fake is a skill.It can take your images to the next level.You too can create commercial quality images for your clients in less time.Effective techniques that take minutes not hours.What if you didn’t have to lose that winning shot because of a tiny imperfection?JUST IMAGINE…Retouching wasn’t difficult and didn’t take you hours, or even days! You could easily remove the ugly parts without losing texture.You could create what you had in your mind and didn’t have to settle for something you love less.You didn’t have to pay someone to retouch your images for you, but instead you could charge your clients more for a premium retouching service.Your images weren’t rejected because of oil spots you couldn’t remove.You could easily clone the whipped cream on top of your hot chocolate and make the colour of your egg yolks consistent.Rachel Matt Korinek Retouching Food Photography Removing Objects.jpgRemove Blemishes Retouching Food Photography.jpgRetouching Food Photography Remove Reflections.jpgLet’s…Make an image look flawless.We hear your frustrations!“My images were rejected due to distractions and oil spots I couldn’t remove.”“No one might notice, but not being able to remove that hair is driving me crazy.”“I tried to change it in Lightroom, but it looked worse!”“I live in a small town and cannot always find the best looking and most fresh fruits and vegetables. There’s always blemishes.”Have you ever been proud of an image only to start editing and notice a reflection, crack or a hair? It’s deflating!Rachel Matt Korinek Retouching Food Photography DB.jpgRetouching delivers a higher quality of work.It’s the missing link you need to give your images that little extra punch.(But every time you open your Abode Photoshop package, you’re immediately overwhelmed and you’ve given up even trying.)That’s why we createdRFP-logo-yello-blue.pngRetouching can perfect those burger shots and provide more value to your client.(Which means you can charge more money!)palebluer.pngLearn how to compose food photography like a pro with Rachel KorinekThis course provides you with fundamental Photoshop retouching skills to create picture-perfect food that looks natural yet well polished and will help you deliver higher quality work to your clients.Retouching Food Photography Rachel Matt Korinek.pngRETOUCHING FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY TEACHES THE RETOUCHING FUNDAMENTALS NEEDED TO FIX DISTRACTIONS AND PERFORM ENHANCEMENTS FOR FLAWLESS BUT NATURAL FOOD IMAGES.WITH PHOTOSHOP.ENROL NOWGive your images that extra punch…5 EASY RETOUCHING TECHNIQUESUsing these fundamental Photoshop retouching techniques, we’ll teach you the best tools to use to remove the ugly parts of an image, while keeping a natural look without losing texture or detail.You’ll discover how easy it is to produce commercial quality images for your clients.5 Retouching Techniques for Food Photography.pngDemonstrations of Retouching Food Photography.png30 TOOL & TECHNIQUE DEMONSTRATIONSThe key to creating a natural and seamless blend is having a few ‘go-to’ tools.Watch us use different tools on a range of images and situations to better grasp an effective retouching workflow.UNDERSTAND LAYERS + MASKINGWork smarter, not harder, by getting savvy with how to best use layers and masks in Photoshop. Create small, editable files that use masks for effective and seamless corrections. Layer organisation will be your new strong suit.No more ‘no pixel selected’ pop-ups that prevent you from working.Understanding Layers Retouching Food Photography.pngQuick Guides for Photoshop Retouching.pngTOOL QUICK GUIDESTo save you time, you don’t have to fast-forward through video after video to try and remind yourself which tools you need to use.Our Tool & Technique Quick Guides will keep you from feeling overwhelmed. You’ll know exactly which tool to use for the specific retouching you need.INTEGRATE WITHLIGHTROOM & CAPTURE ONEStay organised by learning how to integrate a Photoshop retouching workflow with your RAW editor of choice, like Lightroom and Capture One. Create editable files you can go back and edit time and time again.If a client needs an adjustment, don’t start over from scratch.Integrate Lr C1 into Photoshop Retouching.pngRetouching Files.pngWORK ON RETOUCHING FILESPractice is important. Put everything you’re learning into practice by downloading and retouching example avocado images.I used to be so intimidated by Photoshop. It’s been so empowering to understand the retouching tools in Photoshop.I’m so glad I had access to the GIF mini-course to learn how to create a GIF with ease!Retouching Food Photography blew my mind. Tool’s I’ve used a thousand times without using their full capabilities! Now I see the full possibility.Retouching Food Photography blew my mind. Tool’s I’ve used a thousand times without using their full capabilities! Now I see the full possibility.Hugh, PhotographerModule 2 blew my mind! I can already see a massive difference these skills are bringing to my photography.Even though I wasn’t a total beginner to PS, I learned so many shortcuts, tips and tricks – and therefore improved my speed, accuracy and finally get the results I was always looking for.Here are the tools + techniques you’re about to kick-ass with!Removing Tripod LegRetouching Food Photography Extending Backgrounds.jpgRetouching Food Photography changing colours.jpgRetouching Food Photography Edge Shaping.jpgRetouching Food Photography Matching Colours.jpgRetouching Food Photography Removing Blemishes.jpgRetouching Food Photography Removing Large Distractions.jpgRetouching Food Photography Removing Object.jpgRetouching Food Photography Removing Reflections.jpgRetouching Food Photography Retouching Cake Slice.jpgRetouching Food Photography Touching up Blemishes.jpgENROL NOWyou too can get these results!Make a second rate photo look top-notch withRetouching Made Easy Before and Afters.Learn these crucial Photoshop techniques and deliver a higher quality of work.Remove anything with Photoshop Retouching Food Photography.jpgObject + Reflection RemovalsReflections and distractions happen, but they don’t have to stay.Learn how to remove unwanted objects, distractions and reflections like a boss.Carrot Cake Before After Composite.pngCreate CompositesComposites are a key part of the commercial photography process.Learn the different types of composites and how to build the perfect shot.Retouching Food Photography Remove Blemishes.jpgBlemishes + CleaningUnderstand the difference between imperfections and blemishes.Find which tools to use to clean different types of blemishes in food and on backgrounds.Learn to Straightening Photoshop Food Photography.jpgStraightening + ShapingElevate the details in food by making straightening and shaping adjustments using Free Transform, Puppet Warp + Liquify tools.Don’t let crooked lines bug you anymore!Retouching Food Photography changing colours.jpgLight + Colour EnhancementsShape and define light using Dodge + Burn techniques, as well as making food stand out with colour corrections and enhancements.You too can create commercial quality egg yolks + the perfect burger buns.Therese used her new Photoshop skills to get this very professional looking product shot.Therese used her new Photoshop skills to get this very professional looking product shot.Therese – PhotographerI pitched my first product photography job just knowing I was going to enrol in the course, Rachel’s courses are that good. The course allowed me to produce a professional quality shot and the final photo exceeded the clients expectations.From zero Photoshop skills to getting paid to take this photo, the course didn’t let me down.Joanie – Food PhotographerRetouching Food Photography helped make the daunting task of learning Photoshop both easy and enjoyable. Rachel and Matt are the perfect instructors for this course.Thanks to them, I can process images faster and fix what previously seemed like un-fixable issues in an image in a matter of minutes.Joanie extended this background for a web banner for a client’s website.Joanie extended this background for a web banner for a client’s website.Elana uses PS tools to help her create food art!Elana uses PS tools to help her create food art!Elana – PhotographerThis class helped me take my retouching game to the next level. I’ve been working in Photoshop for a long time and no stranger to the tools. But this class showed me how to use the tools in ways I was unaware. Now these methods are ones I practice every day – like using a low flow in my clone stamp, navigating the ‘patch’ tool, and color range selection.My methods of retouching my food photography are better and I’m faster at it. I’m thrilled I took this class!Tina – Stylist & PhotographerI learned so many shortcuts, tips and tricks – and therefore improved my speed, accuracy and finally get the results I was always looking for. The way Rachel and Matt teach in Retouching Food Photography is very personal and I could totally follow every step. I especially enjoyed learning more about dodge and burn, straightening objects and removing disturbing objects. I highly recommend this course if you want to improve your PS skills in a profound yet fun way!!Tina used photoshop to build the broken side of this soft boiled egg.Tina used photoshop to build the broken side of this soft boiled egg.Ania perfects her pavlova by removing blemishes and cracks in Photoshop.Ania perfects her pavlova by removing blemishes and cracks in Photoshop.Ania – PhotographerPhotoshop was super difficult for me and I almost gave up and decided not to learn it. This Photoshop course is worth every penny. I feel comfortable retouching imperfections in my photos. I can now straighten objects, tiding up unwanted objects, and use layering and masking.It has been purposely designed for users with no experience like me, but also providing more advanced techniques, who want to take their skills to the next level. I highly recommend this course to You if you are struggling with Photoshop.You too can get results like these.ENROL NOWCURRICULUMThis course will empower you to have Photoshop retouching at your fingertips, and provide your clients with a premium service.We’re going to focus on the techniques that the commercial world of food photography requires(most of which you won’t find tailored to food photography on the internet for free).Here’s the lowdown on the retouching you’re about to learn in each of the 7 modules:TLSM1.pngTLSM2.pngFOUNDATIONS FOR RETOUCHINGHow Photoshop Works + Photoshop WorkspaceTool Introduction + ShortcutsLayers, Masks + BrushesCreating Assets + PlatesSaving Files + Integration with Lightroom or Capture OneTool Quick GuidesREMOVING UNWANTED OBJECTS+ REFLECTIONSMethods of RemovalRemoving Unwanted ObjectsRemoving ReflectionsCreate Floating ObjectsTLSM3.pngCREATING COMPOSITESMethods of Creating CompositesComposite Photography – Building The Perfect ShotComposite Photography – LightingComposite Photography – Aperture/DOFComposite Photography – Plate TechniqueComposite Photography – Create A Food GatheringTLSM4.pngREMOVING BLEMISHES + CLEANING TECHNIQUESMethods of CleaningRetouching Blemishes – CloningRetouching Blemishes – Healing + PatchingTouching Up BackgroundsTLSM5.pngTLSM6.pngSTRAIGHTENING + SHAPINGMethods of ModificationLocal Free TransformPuppet Warp + StraighteningLiquifying SubjectsCOLOUR + LIGHT ENHANCINGMethods of Colour EnhancingDodge + Burn Technique PS ActionChanging ColourRetouching ColourRetouching – Dodge + Burn TechniqueTLSM7.pngPRACTICE SAMPLESPutting it all together with downloadable practice samplesChocolate Cake retouching demonstration – start to finishWhiskey Sour retouching demonstration – start to finishAvocado Flatlay retouching demonstration – start to finishplus all this good stuff… the tools + techniques you’re about to master001-clone.pngClone Stamp006-patch-3.pngPatch Tool009-layers-icon.pngLayers + Masking002-paint-brush.pngBrush Tool008-native-american-lasso.pngContent-Aware010-mesh.pngPuppet Warp003-patch.pngSpot + Healing Brush007-histogram.pngDodge + Burn011-liquify.pngLiquifyMatt KorinekMatt KorinekRachel KorinekRachel KorinekYOUR INSTRUCTORSWe’re a husband and wife team who’ve worked as freelance and commercial photographers for over 10 years. With international experience, we’ve worked for a range of small businesses to multi-million dollar clients.Both of us have a degree in teaching and have taught in the education system. Teaching comes naturally to us and we’re excited to share our passion for retouching with YOU!As featured in and worked with.jpgRetouching Food Photography Removing Objects After.jpgSo whether you’re photographing a delectable truffle dish or trying to make brown stews and lasagna look effortlessly beautiful…Harnessing Photoshop tools will help you make sure every little detail is accounted for.TLS_HeadersBefore.pngRetouching Food PhotographyPhotoshop feels overwhelming, and it’s easier just to give up.You’re afraid professional retouchers will notice your mistakes.Images are rejected due to imperfections.Retouching that looks noticeably over-processed.Fear that ‘someone will zoom in close on that section’.Discarding winning images due to stray hairs (human and animal!).Spending days trying to fix objects that will annoy you forever.Paying others to retouch your images for you.Feeling embarrassed about telling a client you can’t do what they need.TLS_HeadersAfter.pngRetouching Food PhotographyPhotoshop is a breeze and retouching takes minutes, not hours (or days!).Images are polished and flawless, yet natural.No one can tell your images are retouched.You’re able to provide a premium service to your clients and earn extra money.You get your business off the ground with confidence.Remove tiny hairs, reflections, oil spots and unwanted objects like it’s second nature.Clone the whipped cream topping off your hot chocolate like it’s nothing.Make all of your egg yolks match and even out colour. Smooth and remove indentations and dents from your burger buns.Extend backgrounds and build perfect shots with composites.RetouchingFoodPhotography-logo.pngLet’s take your images to the next level.Sign up now!PAY IN FULL1 Payment of$297Entire Retouching Food Photography Course30+ Photoshop Tool + Techniques Lesson DemosDownloadable Practice ImagesFacebook Community for Students.Dodge + Burn Photoshop Action.Ongoing Access to Course Materials.ONE PAYMENTPrice charged in USD.PAYMENT PLAN3 Monthly Payments of$109Entire Retouching Food Photography Course30+ Photoshop Tool + Techniques Lesson DemosDownloadable Practice ImagesFacebook Community for Students.Dodge + Burn Photoshop Action.Ongoing Access to Course Materials.PAYMENT PLANPrice charged in USD.or bundle & save!TSEB-logo.pngReady to master photo editing? Super Editing Bundle.pngLearn how to use Lightroom & Photoshop to find your editing style andperfect your food photos with retouching.ENROL NOW $885 $597The Super Editing Bundle includes…RetouchingFoodPhotography-logo.pngTake your food photos to the next level using easy Photoshop retouching techniques (in minutes not hours)Full masterclass spanning 6 modules, valued at $297FULL DETAILSRetouching Food Photography Rachel Matt KorinekLearn how to edit in Lightroom Food Photograph.pngLM-logo-yellow text.pngThe editing secrets to create food photography you’re proud of.Full Masterclass spanning 5 modules, valued at $397FULL DETAILSplus all this good stuff…Lightroom Magic Hacks.jpgLightroom hacks to quicken and personalise your workflow.Valued at $47Create GIFs logoLearn how to use Photoshop to create GIFs, the easiest way to create motion. Valued at $97total value $885+and some bonuses are only available in this bundle.CHECK OUT THE BUNDLEPro Workflow logo.jpgCustomise Photoshop and create a professional workflow for speed and ease. Valued at $47palebluer.pngLightroom-Magic-Sales-Page-9.pngYOU GET 30 DAYS TO TRY OUT RETOUCHING FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY.IF YOU DON’T LOVE IT, I’LL GIVE YOU A FULL REFUND.I’m confident that you’ll LOVE this course and I genuinely want you to succeed, which is why I offer a generous 30-day money back guarantee. If you do the work, implement the quick guide techniques in Photoshop and don’t see any improvement to your work, simply let me know within 30-days if you’d like a refund.It’s time to give your images that extra little punch.ENROL NOWFanette – Product & Food PhotographerRetouching Food Photography has helped me extend a background for a client image (in less than 5 minutes!), change the colors on a product without affecting the rest of the image, and I always, always come back to it before I make a composite (the plate trick is amazing!). Like when you need a busy tablescape scene and you only have 2 models!!Rachel & Matt’s instruction are clear and concise and their knowledge of Photoshop is amazing! I strongly recommend it!With just 2 models, Fanette could create this gathering scene thanks to Photoshop!With just 2 models, Fanette could create this gathering scene thanks to Photoshop!Melissa removes reflections + perfects highlights in client work.Melissa removes reflections + perfects highlights in client work.Melissa – Photographer & StylistI joined the Retouching Food Photography course to improve my Photoshop skills for client work. The quality of my photos improved exponentially from learning techniques such as removing reflections and blemishes.It came in handy when photographing glassware for clients product shots. It saved the day!Sarah – PhotographerI recently took the Retouching Food Photography course with Rachel and Matt and loved every minute! I had no idea how how many techniques I could apply to my post production work to enhance my images!The lessons are well thought out and the examples are clearly explained with simple directions on how to apply it to your own work. I also love that I can go back to a specific lesson whenever I need a little reminder on various techniques.Sarah removes the refection of her camera and tripod from the spoon using Photoshop.Sarah removes the refection of her camera and tripod from the spoon using Photoshop.Nguyet enhances her shots by removing distracting reflections with Photoshop.Nguyet enhances her shots by removing distracting reflections with Photoshop.Nguyet – PhotographerI was somewhat familiar with perhaps two tools in Photoshop and didn’t even know how to use them in the most effective ways. It was a combination of guessing and brute force to retouch my images.I learned a lot of new techniques but learning to remove reflections effectively was probably the most valuable. Learning to use content-aware fill and the clone stamp effectively has saved me so much time and stress. And I’ve already been able to to apply those new skills to some client images on a recent shoot!Removing the reflections of the glasses from that wine bottle was probably one of my proudest moments.Malak – PhotographerI have tried so many times to learn Photoshop, but it was so overwhelming that I would always quit. After taking Retouching Food Photography, using Photoshop now makes sense and I actually really enjoy it! It has been the best investment for my photography journey.I’ve gone from not being able to open a picture in Photoshop, to merging images together, cleaning up photos and much more.Malak uses compositing techniques to take her photos to the next level.Malak uses compositing techniques to take her photos to the next level.The first thing I rushed to watch was her tutorial on Creating GIFs in Photoshop. I’ve always loved the way that GIFs literally bring an image to life and struggled to create them seamlessly. I didnFrom extending backgrounds, removing reflections to adjusting object orientation, this course has it all! I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to take the photos to the next levFrom extending backgrounds, removing reflections to adjusting object orientation, this course has it all! I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to take the photos to the next levSarah, Photographer I learned a lot of new techniques but learning to remove reflections effectively was probably the most valuable. Learning to use content-aware fill and the clone stamp effectivelyBefore I took Retouching Food Photography I had no idea how Photoshop works, but now I am ready to tackle problem areas in my food pics.Who should join Retouching Food Photography?Lightroom-Magic-Sales-Page-20.pngWho this course is forFood Photographers who are overwhelmed by Photoshop and are looking to get started with retouching or beef up their skills.Hobbyist to intermediate or advanced photographers who can edit in Lightroom or Capture One.Anyone who has had their images rejected due to imperfections.If you’re sick of spending countless hours fumbling with tools that make your images look worse.Creatives who want to be empowered to know which retouching tools and techniques to use and when.Those who don’t want to lose a winning image due to an imperfection.People who are sick of those little things annoying them and driving them crazy.Photographers who want to add a premium retouching service to their business and charge clients more money.Creatives who want flawless images that still feel natural and not over-processed.Lightroom-Magic-Sales-Page-21.pngWho this course is not forThose new to editing who aren’t able to process a photo in Lightroom yet (you’ll want to start by taking Lightroom Magic – can’t wait to host you).Professional retouchers (you guys are the bomb and I know you’ve mastered these skills already!).If you just want to learn Frequency Separation… that’s a skill for a high-level course, my friend.Complete beginners to food photography. This is a skill to master when you need to take that next step and level-up.Any photographer who isn’t interested in learning retouching and just wants to outsource and not save money.Landscape, newborn or portrait photographers. We only cover food photography. You’d be best suited to find another course in your niche. Got questions? Check out the FAQs.Do you cover everything in Photoshop?I’m new to retouching. Is this course suitable for beginners?What version of Photoshop is this course taught in?How are the lessons delivered? How long do I have to take the course?Can I do a payment plan?I’ve used Photoshop for years! Is there more to learn?Is there a money-back guarantee?I don’t shoot food. Should I still take this course?Want to learn how to edit in BOTH Lightroom & Photoshop?But isn’t retouching hard and time-consuming?If your question isn’t answered here, click the little chat box and send me a message! I’d be happy to help.Retouching Food Photography with Rachel Matt Korinek.jpgJOIN USYou can take your images to the next level and offer your clients a premium service. You just need to know the right tools to use and when to use them.Picture-perfect is only a few brush strokes away.ENROL NOW

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