Forums > Digital Art and Retouching > AMY DRESSER Webinar - Jan 15 2013

Photographer

Ronald N. Tan

Posts: 2747

Los Angeles, California, US

I received the message from the PhotoShelter newsletter and wanted to pass along the links:

http://www.photoshelter.com/mkt/201301/20130114.html

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/314840410

http://www.photoshelter.com/mkt/201301/img/webinar-header.jpg

Jan 14 13 07:52 am Link

Photographer

Valenten Photography

Posts: 265

Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, Île-de-France, France

Thanks a lot, just registered smile

Jan 14 13 08:02 am Link

Photographer

DaVincent Photography

Posts: 13

Southampton, England, United Kingdom

Interesting, registered ta!

Jan 14 13 02:05 pm Link

Photographer

NYC fine art nudes

Posts: 212

New York, New York, US

Forget it, they've reached the "1,000" limit.

Jan 14 13 02:15 pm Link

Retoucher

Retouch007

Posts: 403

East Newark, New Jersey, US

She has several 2hr webinars on Retouchpro.com I have seen a couple and they are insightful to get a feel for another retouchers workflow and style. I think its worth watching you might learn a thing or two.

Jan 14 13 02:31 pm Link

Retoucher

Rpixretouching

Posts: 355

Perris, California, US

No worries for those who didn't make it, here are something  to play with.
if you wish to learn something similar to the image above
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KihzxYTofLI Spanish and English

Jan 14 13 09:45 pm Link

Retoucher

Alexey Adamitsky

Posts: 226

Minsk, Minsk, Belarus

The webinar was quite interesting. Amy is a charmer as always, but didn't say much new for those who watched her RetouchPRO LIVE videos. In fact you won't get deeper understanding of her workflow from this video. Just general info which is really basic yet still interesting to hear about. But as Amy keeps repeating tirelessly there is no special tricks in her techniques, but a good mix of art education and necessity to use Photoshop basic tools in her work which she learned in the process when was hired by Jill Greenberg if I recall it right.

If you missed the webinar you can watch it on PhotoShelter when it's available today.

Also I feel like this one is a lot more interesting presentation by Amy:
http://www.photoshelter.com/luminance/videos/dresser

Jan 15 13 11:29 pm Link

Digital Artist

Joe Diamond

Posts: 331

Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania

Rpixretouching wrote:
No worries for those who didn't make it, here are something  to play with.
if you wish to learn something similar to the image above
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KihzxYTofLI Spanish and English

In my opinion that's a horrible composition, from blending to effects...also those examples besides the light that retoucher is using, so called disintegration is very bad realized. Its far from realistic and its random, personally i find it beginner.


http://mosk.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d4tk1z2

Jan 16 13 12:53 am Link

Retoucher

Rpixretouching

Posts: 355

Perris, California, US

Joe Diamond wrote:
In my opinion that's a horrible composition, from blending to effects...also those examples besides the light that retoucher is using, so called disintegration is very bad realized. Its far from realistic and its random, personally i find it beginner.


http://mosk.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d4tk1z2

Get what the program dear...., this is about  the techniques this guy uses, not  about the composition , I see you always giving unsolicited value  judgement, and at the same time  stating in your port, you wont teach or create any tutorial about your work, witch does not impress me too much either,
I'm sure few beginners will learn something watching this videos.

the creator of these tutorials is very  generous, and not selfish.  He shares all his techniques and knowledge for people willing to learn good stuff. 39.659 followers , makes me think this guy knows what he is doing.


This is for the readers looking for great tutorials online, this guy has English and Spanish video tutorials ..... Enjoy.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3WfyjFh … -g&index=4

Jan 16 13 07:51 am Link

Digital Artist

Joe Diamond

Posts: 331

Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania

Rpixretouching wrote:

Get what the program dear...., this is about  the techniques this guy uses, not  about the composition , I see you always giving unsolicited value  judgement, and at the same time  stating in your port, you wont teach or create any tutorial about your work, witch does not impress me too much either,
I'm sure few beginners will learn something watching this videos.

the creator of these tutorials is very  generous, and not selfish.  He shares all his techniques and knowledge for people willing to learn good stuff. 39.659 followers , makes me think this guy knows what he is doing.


This is for the readers looking for great tutorials online, this guy has English and Spanish video tutorials ..... Enjoy.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3WfyjFh … -g&index=4

I understand you are new on this, but you should troll  in other place. If you are beginner doesnt mean you cant learn from good designers. If you have a low value scale you wont progress. Good luck

Jan 16 13 11:01 am Link

Photographer

Leighsphotos

Posts: 2999

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Not for nuttin'...but I find her tedious to listen to for even 10 minutes. So painful.

Jan 16 13 04:46 pm Link

Photographer

Brock McFadzean

Posts: 46

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

It is up recorded here -

http://vimeo.com/57507852

Jan 17 13 02:52 am Link

Photographer

365 Digitals Exposed

Posts: 799

Perris, California, US

Illuminate wrote:
Not for nuttin'...but I find her tedious to listen to for even 10 minutes. So painful.

LOL.... I was keeping that to myself.

Jan 17 13 09:13 am Link

Photographer

365 Digitals Exposed

Posts: 799

Perris, California, US

Brock McFadzean wrote:
It is up recorded here -

http://vimeo.com/57507852

that's an interview not a tutorial,
don't tell me people pays to see this stuff? smile

thanks for the link  anyways.

Jan 17 13 09:15 am Link

Retoucher

Kristiana-Retouch

Posts: 289

London, England, United Kingdom

I was shocked how easy going and sometimes even lazy she is. And techniques she uses. Actually I like her a lot smile

Jan 22 13 12:48 pm Link