Course Downloads

Here’s where you can download the original movie files and RAW files from each chapter of the course.

Click the links below to download each chapter. Due to the large file size it’s recommended that you download them one at a time.

Once each file has finished downloading you can unzip the files and start viewing the videos straight away. They will work on virtually any computer but I recommend you download and install VLC Media Player for the best viewing experience (click here to download VLC).

Luminosity Masking Mastery Downloads:

11 Responses to Course Downloads

  1. mm
    Steve November 21, 2015 at 2:17 am #

    Got a question about these downloads? Just leave a comment below and I’ll reply with my answer soon πŸ™‚

  2. IanSalter November 21, 2015 at 6:18 am #

    Hi Steve, where is the new video on blending for interiors please? I got the impression it would be in the Luminosity course section. Keep up the great work.

    • mm
      Steve November 22, 2015 at 12:29 am #

      Hi Ian, it’s on the “Extra material – Non-Landscape exposure blending” page at the moment as a streamable video.

      Will be getting a download link online soon πŸ™‚


    • mm
      Steve November 24, 2015 at 12:10 am #

      Download link for the Interior Example is now up and running – cheers πŸ™‚

  3. stevenspake May 27, 2016 at 7:12 pm #

    Hi Steve, what is the minimum Photoshop release you would recommend?


    • mm
      Steve June 9, 2016 at 8:43 pm #

      I usually say that CS3 would be the minimum to get the most out of the techniques in this course, although it’s been so many years since I’ve used a version earlier than that I couldn’t really say that earlier versions wouldn’t work. However, I know it’s not everybody’s cup of tea but I really like the CC subscription model. $11 per month (in Australia, similar price globally) includes PS and LR, and you’re always up to date.

  4. didierciambra September 15, 2016 at 1:01 am #

    Love your tutorials – really helpful Steve and learning so much. Just need the time to sit down and go through …

  5. SteveGreen October 15, 2016 at 1:35 pm #

    Steve I am having trouble downloading the Luminosity Masking Mastery Downloads, chapter 1 and 2 have downloaded on the second attempts but chapter 3 returns a “Failed – Forbidden” message, i have tried this 3 times now, not sure what this means, I will try again tomorrow incase it is a network issue. Cheers Steve G.

    • mm
      Steve October 26, 2016 at 4:57 am #

      Hey Steve, any luck since trying last time? As a security measure, the download links do expire after being loaded on the page for a certain amount of time (I can’t remember how long). Refreshing the page will refresh the links and it should work again, if you haven’t managed to download them all yet.

  6. AndrewAronson February 10, 2017 at 1:34 am #

    At 6 minutes into the Luminosity Mask video 3.3, you duplicate the background layer and dodge/burn on that layer. From my own experimentation, that only works if the merged/stamped layers above it have masks applied; and you only see the effects of the burn/dodge if you burn/dodge where those masks have black (so as to hide those areas of the stamped layers. But maybe I’m missing something. is there a way to edit layers below stamped layers that do not have a black mask associated with them.
    I think it was in video 1 of that Luminosity Masking series where you said you could go back and use those bottom layers to make tweaks, but you didn’t show us how that would work because your computer would be too slow. Therefore, you got rid of those layers to speed up your computer. It would be very helpful to see how you go back to “lower” layers to modify an image, especially if stamped layers are above those earlier layers.
    LMK how to do this please, if possible. I got a lot out of that series.

    Thanks very much,

    • mm
      Steve March 24, 2017 at 12:46 am #

      Good question! I probably didn’t explain this well enough (if at all) in the video. My thought process when creating a stamped layer to dodge and burn onto is that when I do this, I’m basically committing to all of the previous edits. If I want to go back and change an earlier layer, then I’d have to remove and then re-do the dodge and burn layer. So in the case of this image, I was happy to accept I wouldn’t be changing anything before that point. However, if I wasn’t so sure, I’d use a different method of dodging and burning such as brushing black or white onto a grey layer in Overlay blend mode.

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