Photography & Editing

History of Photography

Photography is already old technology, as it dates from the early nineteenth century, with the work of Nicéphore Niépce.
Since then, photography has managed to benefit from technological development, to the extent that it has become an indispensable element of our daily life, with images increasing in number alongside the number of different ways to take photos, such as cellphones, tablets, webcams, and digital SLRs. Photo retouching and editing has been part of the history of photography since the very start, with photographers retouching images after they had been taken: since the early days, only the techniques used have changed over time.

Training to help you learn to retouch photos

Learning to take great photos mainly requires practice, but there are a few rules to learn to help you frame the shot, manage contrast, color, and focus. Just as you can learn the subject’s unique vocabulary, you can also pick up the techniques that allow you to retouch photos. By following a few photography tutorials, it’s possible to learn to master your SLR camera and its various features to get more interesting photos and to create your own identity and personality as a photographer. Importing images, storing them, and labeling them is an art in itself that needs to be learned to follow your work as you develop your skills. You’ll also learn to shoot movies with your digital SLR, a new skill that all modern photographers need to master.

Photo tutorials and photo editing training on Tuto.com

Once you’ve taken the photo, it’s possible to edit your images to crop them, correct any defects, or give them a little more personality using computer-based tools. Whether you want to undertake simple photo editing using Photoshop or retouch your photos with Lightroom, add HDR effects or use compositing techniques, you now have access to a plethora of different tools, allowing you to achieve results that are as startling or as subtle as you desire. To help you out, we offer training on Photoshop, Lightroom, Capture One Pro and other software dedicated to photo editing, with training delivered by expert photographic trainers.
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