Finally after months of hard work, I’m happy to let you know that Yanik’s Photo School has its official iPhone and Android App! Woohoo!
I’m very excited be able to bring you all of my tutorials to the mobile world in a sleek and simple style that keeps the focus on what you really want: LEARNING AWESOME STUFF!!
I’ve even added push notifications so you’ll know right away when a new tutorial is available.
As a bonus, I integrated a Continue Reading »
This video tutorial will be part of a of new Category I created on YPS called “Optimizing Workflow“. This category will include tutorials to make your photography workflow more efficient and less time-consuming. This could be in post processing, lighting, pre-shoot….
First up are Photoshop actions. What’s an action, you might ask? Simply put, it’s a series of commands that are made and recorded. The complete list of commands between “record” and Continue Reading »
It’s time for part 2 of my microstock workflow. If you missed part 1 that covered steps 1 through 7, you can read it here.
Part 1 focused more on my workflow before the actual photo shoot and the photo shoot itself. In part 2, I’ll focus mainly on what I do after the shoot is done. This will cover steps 8 through 17. Without further ado, let’s get right to it.
Step 8: Backup, backup, backup. Did I say Backup? As soon as you fill up a card, back it up right away while you continue shooting. If you have a big memory card and can put a full day’s shoot on it, I suggest you do a mid-shoot backup. I back everything Continue Reading »
It’s been a while since I wrote about Microstock Photography. In part 1, I gave you an insight on what it was all about and in part 2 we looked at the major payers in the industry. And here I go with a long title to introduce part 3: MicroStock Photography Part 3 – My Workflow from A to Z (Part 1). Ok, so that everybody understands, you are now reading part 1 of part 3. That means that we’ll be having a part 2 of part 3 next week. Glad I cleared that up!
Some of you wrote to me asking for my workflow; how I went about my microstock routine. So guess what! I’ll give you my complete workflow from the very beginning to the very end. I’ll bee picking my brains to make sure you get all the details. You don’t need to be a stock photographer to read this. Most of this workflow applies to all the shooting I do. In part 1, I’ll go from Step 1 to Continue Reading »