Photography: Make the most out of your images

Photography: Make the most out of your images

Ready to take your photos to the next level? Turn your photos into real professional works and become the photographer you've always dreamed of being with the Tutpad course.

About the course

In this course, I'm going to teach how to correctly expose a RAW file and how to get the most out of your photos with the Adobe programs Bridge and Camera Raw. You're going to learn everything the different panels can give you in each program, and the function of the multiple tools to give your photos that professional and realistic look.

What are we going to do in this course?

We're going to expose and develop a RAW file from scratch and we're going to go through all of the stages or processes that we can do on a RAW photo, from the basic development to the more personalized adjustments, to later be able to save these photos in formats like Jpeg or Tiff that we can mold to our needs. You can work on your own images or with the resources of the platform.

What you're going to learn in this course

  • Raw Expose and classify a RAW file
  • Basic develop a RAW file, improving the colors, the lights, and the contrast
  • Correct the errors of a photo like noise, spots, distortions, etc.
  • Convert a photo to black and white and correct the colors
  • Create panoramic and HDR photos 
  • And much more!

Who is this course for?

This course is directed to anybody who wishes to get into the taking and development of RAW files with the aim of improving their photos vastly. You don't need to have any previous experience with RAW files, as we're going to start from scratch.


  • Have a camera that can shoot in RAW format
  • Computer with Adobe Bridge and Photoshop
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Course Details

Intermediate level 5h 59m 19 lessons 205 users 1 attachment


Adobe Photoshop Adobe Photoshop


Pablo Asenjo
Pablo Asenjo
Pablo Asenjo Teacher

Graduate in Journalism in the Universidad Complutense of Madrid. For as long as I can remember, photography has always been a part of my life. I’ve always had a camera at hand in my parent’s house and tins full of black and white photos I suppose that closeness to the machines, the tripods, the frames, the photometers, and what-not, have paved the road I’ve been following for more than a few years now, since I decided to become a professional in the world of photography, as well as being a teacher in the same world. In school and later on in university, I was the guy who always had a camera at the ready. Whether that was to document trips, meetings, or parties (internet and mobile phones were not a thing, cameras were big, and photos cost money). Later on, some collaborations I did with the university magazine, success in in some competitions, and all of the support I received from my friends and family made me take the leap from written journalism to photographic reports. I’ve been a university teacher and I’ve worked as an editor. As an independent photographer, I’ve collaborated with a number of media companies, both regional and national, as well as creating reports for various public and private institutions. As a photographer, I’ve dedicated myself more to capturing entertainment and social reports, touching on architectural photography and landscapes. I’ve been teaching in Apertura since 1999 and in all those years, we’ve witnessed at the school that great step from analogic to digital, but we know that the essence of photography is still the same as it was 15 years ago. In 2001, Michelo and I split the cost of our first professional 3.2mpx digital camera that allowed us get our work out there with much quicker (many moons have passed since then). Currently speaking, when I’m not taking photos for a client, or for myself, I’m sat in front of my computer either developing, retouching, or organizing a class for Apertura. Photography is still the biggest, most important part of my life.

To learn more, visit http://www.aperturafoto.es/cursos-fotografia/pablo-asenjo/