Editing Conceptual Photographs with Justin Bettman – 2 of 2

Editing Conceptual Photographs with Justin Bettman – 2 of 2
Join photographer Justin Bettman as he edits two conceptual photographs in Adobe Photoshop! In this two-part series, he’ll share pro-tips on compositing, how he shoots his photos and how he enhances his images in Photoshop to achieve his signature look and feel.

Guest Justin Bettman is a commercial and editorial photographer & director based in Los Angeles, CA: https://www.behance.net/justinbettman

Host James Bonanno is a creative director and content creator: https://www.jamesbonanno.com/

Join us LIVE on Behance: https://www.behance.net/adobelive

00:00 Start
01:20 Intro of Justin
03:00 Work begins
05:00 Does Justin use a light meter?
07:00 Lining up multiple layered shots
09:10 Using the Pen tool to outline project elements
16:00 What does Justin’s pre-production process look like?
26:00 Using clipping masks and adjustment layers
42:25 Rules of skin retouching
44:25 Lighting setup for photoshoot
45:50 Aperture settings
53:23 Dodging and burning
56:45 How to sell fine art prints
1:02:03 Adding glow to a tv screen
1:06:35 Editing overall color balance
1:15:30 Adding an image to the tv screen
1:23:13 How long it takes to do an entire photoshoot
1:32:40 Love Hart artist spotlight
1:40:15 Justin’s export settings
1:41:14 What was Justin’s first big break?
1:43:40 Editing with the liquify tool
1:46:18 Who is Justin’s main inspiration?
1:48:25 More on exporting settings