Included on the following page are the links to tutorials and other information that I’ve used to learn photography. I approve each one of these tutorials and find them to be great learning tools. Some are free some cost a little bit of money. The ones that cost a few bucks are well worth it and provide massive amounts of info at little cost.
Upon using each of these tools to learn the techniques, you will have enough info to start building your own style, for me, that’s when things really started getting fun.
Along with the following links I provide a ton of my own teaching material at
You can find all of the paid tutorials I provide at the Dave Morrow Photography Store.
Chip Phillips Landscape Photography Tutorials ( 39.00$ ) – These are hands down my favorite tutorials I have ever paid for. For 39$ you really can’t go wrong. Chip is an awesome photographer and just as good of a teacher!
Trey Ratcliff’s HDR Video Tutorials (97$ for the Full Package) -Just learning about Photoshop and HDR Photography? These videos will help your learning process to speed up immensely . All aspects of the photographic process are covered in these 9 classes. I have watched them several times and always pick up something new. Click on the graphic below to find out more.
Elia Locardi’s Post Processing & Color Correction Techniques (Free) – This is less of a tutorial and more of an example of the different techniques used. If you are familiar with Photoshop and masking this will be highly informative. If not, I highly suggest learning these different processes, they will greatly improve your skills;)
HDR: The Making Of, by Klaus Herrmann (Free) – Slowing down these videos and closely watching how the pictures are processed again and again provides to be highly helpful. Klaus is a Photoshop master and provides many different tricks within each one of his videos. His website has a ton of other great information.
Photoshop Blend Modes Explained ( Free ) – For the longest time I refused to learn about blend modes, then one day I finally decided it was time. Upon learning all of these techniques my photography improved and the time required to process pictures decreased! Trust me, this stuff is a must:) And some pictures….