Review: Photographer's Creativity Pack by Glyn Dewis

August 03, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

I received an email from Glyn Dewis about his latest product, the Photographer's Creativity Pack.  I've always enjoyed the instruction and training that Glyn Dewis has given shared with the photography community. 

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I purchased the Photographer's Creativity Pack for £7.50.  The pack includes a collection of videos, textures, PDF transcriptions of the instructions from the videos, and test file to work along with the videos.  With the aid of viewing Dewis' video about adding texture to the background, I was able make the seemless paper background more interesting by adding a texture to it.


This is how the photograph I was editing looked without the texture.

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This is how the photograph looked after adding the texture to the background.  

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Dewis' video on how to add texture to the background was very clear and concise.  I do recommend this creativity pack because of Dewis' consistent method in explaining instructions on how to use Adobe Photoshop in a very understandable manner.  Dewis' breaks down each editing step in clear explanations of why he is making particular edits in Photoshop.  I like how Dewis shows you a technique to achieve something in Photoshop, he explains why he is using the technique which helps the viewer in comprehending what is being said.  Understand why something is being done allows you to adapt what you have learned into your retouching workflow, and make the new instructions compliment whatever signature techniques you currently employ.

 

As a photographer it is important to invest in tools and educational material to learn new things and sharpen your knowledge about the craft of photography and retouching.  There may be individuals who believe in solely relying on free outlets like YouTube.  At some point an individual will reach a plateau by relying only on free training material.  Self development is essential as an photographer.  Investing in tutorials such as the Photographer's Creativity Pack, books, attending workshops, buy digital video training is what will help you achieve your potential as a photographer an artist.

The Photographer's Creativity Pack can be purchased at this link https://goo.gl/LeLPCA

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