YPS’s Best Photography Tutorials of 2008

Yanik’s Photo School went live on April 5th of this year. Actually, it was called Yanik’s Photo Blog then and I wasn’t really sure where I would be going with it. It didn’t take long for me to change the name and focus the site on photography learning. Looking back, I’m glad I chose this area of photography since I combined two passions: photography and teaching.

I’m also very excited for 2009! I’ m in the process of moving to Montreal (hopefully in April) which will give me access to 2 professional studios which means more tutorials on a subject close to me: lighting! 🙂 I’ll also have a video camera to show you detailed lighting setups and see me in action. For the avid post processor in you, I’ll still be showing you some cool stuff to do in Photoshop and Lightroom.

I thought it would be great to start 2009 off by bringing my favorite photography tutorials of 2008 out of the archives for you. So here are my top 10! Enjoy! 🙂

Looking at my Lightroom tutorials, my top 2 picks are:

[vimeo 1966592] [vimeo 1641314]
Moving on to Photoshop tutorials, my top picks are:

[vimeo 970507] [vimeo 1411985] [vimeo 1497096]
And finally, here are my top lighting tutorials:

I hope you enjoyed walking down memory lane with me and stay tuned for brand new tutorials! 🙂

5 responses on "YPS's Best Photography Tutorials of 2008"

  1. Thanks for what you are doing for us .
    I’ m a teacher but you are something else.

  2. you are the best ! I have learned so much in such a short time.
    Bonne chance a Montreal !

  3. I usually don’t post comments on blogs but I just wanted to thank you for your tutorials, especially on lightroom. I’ve learnt a lot thanks to you !

    I hope 2009 will be a great year for YPS !

  4. Yanik, I’m looking forward to a bumper year for you, can’t wait for the lighting tute’s when you eventually get settled….thanks for sharing your knowledge and good luck with relocating!

  5. Thanks for the great tutorials…I’ve learnt a lot from you since I found your site.

    Good luck with the move to Montreal (my hometown) it’s a great city!!

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