YPS’s Top Photography Tutorials of 2009

I truly hope that all of you are enjoying this festive season and that you’re taking lots and lots of pictures! 🙂

Before sharing with you the top 5 most popular  tutorials on YPS,  I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support. 2009 was YPS’s first full year live on the Web. It’s still a baby at only 21 months. 🙂 I’m filled with gratitude knowing that my posts are helping many passionate photographers from around the world.  Your comments and support keep giving me the motivation to keep sharing my knowledge and photography adventures with you.  From the bottom of my heart, thank you!

Now to the fun stuff. Without further ado, here are the top 5 most viewed YPS tutorials of 2009 on Yanik’s Photo School.

1- Adding Texture to a Reflection in Photoshop

[youtube Cy4AJ6XRYrQ]

2- How to Create HDR Images in Photoshop

[youtube Qhnd1oNlqCU]

3- Split Toning in Lightroom

[youtube Z1WF7rM1knQ]

4- Creating HDR Images in Lightroom

[youtube bCNNeL8bYiA]

5- Lighting Tutorial on the Brooklyn Bridge

Click on the photo to view the tutorial.

Wishing you a 2010 filled with wonderful images! 🙂

3 responses on "YPS's Top Photography Tutorials of 2009"

  1. Hi Yanik,

    accidental found your website with useful tips for photographers. The translations Translation with Google, although sometimes difficult to understand, but with some imagination we also understand these instructions. Thank you for all your efforts and time that you run this page next to your actual job.
    Thank you!

    euGen e. mesow

    from Dresden, Germany

  2. Hi Yanik,

    Recently found your website. Very useful and clear tutorials. Greatly appreciate your effort. Thank you.

  3. Yanik,

    Thank you so much for your website. I’m a photo enthusiast/noob who has been trying to absorb as much as possible in the past month since I finished my MA and, although I’ve only recently discovered your website it has been a tremendous help. I love your LR tips (though I’m wishing that I had the $$ for LR2 now!), but it looks like I’ll probably be holding my breath for a while looking for NX2 tutorials 😉

    Thanks again,


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