A complete walk-through of sam's editing techniques, and color theory as well as how to edit in different kinds of lighting and get consistent looks throughout.
Backing up Images, Storage options, Full Light-room walkthrough, Developing your own style, creating presets from scratch, skin tones, export settings.
* This is NOT different than the Portrait workshop, rather a simplified editing-only portion for sale.
It's interesting to see how little Samuel does with the editing, and we learn that most of the work is done ahead of the editing process. That being said, I was expecting a bit more to that price. He mostly just said that "You just have to see what works with this image, test different settings in the tone curve to see what fits the image". They also clearly forgot to cut scenes out from him explaining afterwards, due to Samuel doing some errors or him rephrasing himself - though, that didn't have an impact on my rating, it's just more like an advice for next time.
I would like to know more about which colors he likes, which one he changes (like he said, he tend to lower the saturation on the greens and increase the luminance, which is exactly how I would like to know more of with other colors as well.) to get the perfect images he shows us on the web :)
Yes, I would recommend people to buy this workshop - if they decreased the price with 10-20%. Other than that, this workshop motivated me to play more with tone curve and get the photos great when I'm out shooting, before the editing process.