Camera to Completion: Process
We all make photographs for a reason. And we all have our reasons for
every edit made for individual photographs. This course covers all of that, and more.
Real-World Photography Course
I created the Camera to Completion: Process online course which goes beyond the camera. In fact, it’s technical, it’s creative, it’s way more.
Post-processing doesn’t have to be scary.
Editing photographs do not have to take a long time.
It doesn’t have to be a pain.
It can be easy and fun.
See the stories behind a series of photographs. Learn why I did what I did, what situations I was it. What roadblocks I had to get past.
View everything I do in Lightroom, ON1 or other software, to make a photograph look the way it does. See how I stay true to my purist self, but still branch out with new techniques.
Join me in the field as I make photographs around the world. See what equipment I use, how I’m framing the scene, filters I’m using and why I’m doing it all.
Download presets for every photograph made in the editing series within the course. Presets will be available for Lightroom, ON1 or other software which allow saving presets.
It Keeps Going
Process is an ongoing endeavor, which means I will be adding new content often. How cool is that?
Process is not a membership. It’s structured like a course, so there is a one-time fee for unlimited access to current and future content.
No Fluff Guarantee
I am all for not holding back, and leaving out the fluff.
The course contains hours of video lessons and stories!
Scott’s photography uses techniques that few others can execute. Colors pop and he captures the essence of the subject matter whether he’s shooting a family or business executive.Khürt Williams
We live in a world of “constant noise” that can be difficult to navigate. As a photographer looking to better my craft, it is great to come across a resource such as Scott Wyden Imagery. Scott cuts through the noise with content that is helpful, timely and inspiring. From blogs that offer great tips and suggestions, to incredible images that drive you to raise yourself to the next level.Tim Rice
I googled for Facebook photo compression and found the piece you wrote about it (with the test) in 2010. Awesome. I thought I was seeing things but yours was one of the better articles written about it with proof to back it up.Vivienne Gucwa
Scott is a talented and a professional photographer. His artistic eyes and attention to details differentiate him from the other photographer. I highly recommend him to anyone without reservation!!!Yusuf Gunawan
Scott just Rocks!! Once we met I found him to be specific to detail and a perfectionists within the Arts. His innate talent and attention to his own performance underlines his true quality.Joey Quintero
Photographer & Educator
I’m really proud of the results in my pictures that are due to what I learned from people like you. I just want to share this great news with you and I want to thank all your contribution to my growth in this area, directly and indirectly. Thank you very muchOscar Navarro
I recommend Scott not only for his photographic eye but for his presence in the photographic industry as well as a strong role in social mediaAriston Collander
Scott is a sick photographer!Ricardo Saporta
When Scott heard that for one reason or another I’ve missed every photowalk I’ve ever wanted to attend his response was “Let’s plan one together. That way you CAN’T miss it.” Scott’s that kind of guy…we’ve never met face to face, but he gives back more to the photography community than any photographer I’ve ever met!Daryl Meek
Photographer & Graphic Artist
What This Course Is Not
This course is not preaching the use of specific methods.
You are presented with the tools and features I use, with reasoning.
The idea is to offer you alternatives and inspiration so you can find what works best for your own photography work.
Access all the lessons, forever!
$10 a month or $99 a year
A membership with access to all my photography courses in one place.