BWVision - Joel Tjintjelaar Photography Tutorials Collection (Updated 26.03.2020) Free Download

BWVision - Joel Tjintjelaar Photography Tutorials Collection (Updated 26.03.2020) Free Download


This video tutorial will guide you step-by-step through my Black and White workflow using my own self developed method of iterative Selective Gradient Masking or SGM. At the same time, I will give you a look at how I approach architectural and landscape photography using Long exposure techniques.

BWVision - Joel Tjintjelaar Photography Tutorials Collection (Updated 26.03.2020) Free Download
BWVision - Joel Tjintjelaar Photography Tutorials Collection (Updated 26.03.2020) Free Download

After taking the shot, while keeping in mind an effective composition and the visual impact of the photo, and you start working in the digital darkroom, then every photograph, whether it’s color or black and white, consists of only 2 major elements: Light and shapes. My iSGM2.0 workflow is designed to convert color photos to B&W fine art photographs, regardless the original color information, as all photo editing software like Lightroom and Photoshop, including plugins as NIK SEP2 and Topaz, are designed to do and therefore restricting the artistic freedom to some extent.

Exploring Vision is the second video after my B&W Long exposure Masterclass video tutorial. Unlike this previous video, the new video tutorial will go into detail how artistic vision determines the end result of a fine-art photograph and is not so much about B&W post-processing techniques.

The second video produced in collaboration with cinematographer Armand Dijcks and released in November 2015. Based on my well known Black and White post processing workflow, extensively covered in other videos, I have spent the past year developing my own personal way of processing color images inspired by the often limited color palettes of old master painters like Rembrandt and Vermeer and fine-art photographers like David Burdeny. In this new video tutorial, I’m sharing my fine art color workflow for the first time to the public.

Black & white fine art photography has come a long way. The first transition was from darkroom to digital. As a next development, Joel Tjintjelaars, a pioneer in this field, designed elaborate postprocessing techniques to create authentic pieces of art.

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Black & White Long Exposure Masterclass

Black & White Speed Workflow

Exploring Vision

Fine Art Color Workflow Artisan Pro

Quick Mask Pro

Next Level Fine Art B&W Photograph

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