Scott Detweiler was born in a small town in rural Illinois, located in the heartland of the USA. Originally educated in physics, he moved to the study of art and architecture. Working in that industry for nearly a decade, he created works in mediums such as watercolor, plaster, marker, pen & ink, and various 3D applications. Photography was added to his list of job requirements in the early 90's, and he never looked back.
Scott currently owns a web software development company where he spends his days designing application graphics, interfaces, and handling the photography needs of his clients. Scott also shoots for several fashion magazines, restaurants and model portfolios.
Photoshop has been a staple of Scott's creative outlet, and he has loved sharing what he has learned. From his frequent live Photoshop hangouts on Google+ to his shooting workshops in the Midwest, he is willing to help anyone who wants to learn.
$9.97Conceptual Portraiture walks you through the concept, posing, lighting, and detailed Photoshop post production for several unique images.
- Concepts and poses discussed in detail to show how to quickly create interesting ideas
- Over 50 Pages of step by step instructions, detailed set up and post processing
- EXIF Data, Lighting Diagrams, and Photoshop Layer Diagrams are included for each image
- Also included is an entire chapter on sharpening and detail extraction techniques
- Detailed explanation of equipment used to create each shot Learn More
$14.97Using Photoshop CS6 and Lightroom 4 we will step through the complete workflow, including mistakes, that were used as we create this image of the mythical creature Succubus from scratch.
- 60 Minutes of step by step Photoshop Training
- Watch in real time as the image is created
- Complete workflow from Lightroom preparation to Photoshop and then back to Lightroom
- Quick skin retouching techniques
- Learn about rotating the canvas, patch tool tricks, and the quick mask
- How to use the puppet warp tool in CS6 for texture wrapping
- Using Blend If to help merge images where masks would be nearly impossible
- Faking depth of field
- Dodge & Burn the old fashioned way Learn More