Textures Video Tutorial

Trey Ratcliff’s Textures Video Tutorial

Learn Trey’s tricks to using Textures to give your photos a unique look

Ultimate Package Includes
2 Bonus Videos with extra tricks
50 bonus textures from secret locations
100 exotic and unique textures
90 minute instructional video full of tips & tricks
Available to download immediately


About the Textures Tutorial

Beginners, amateurs, and pros will all benefit from these techniques. The techniques that I have perfected will bring a unique level of polish to your art.

The textures will help you do amazing things with your photos. It has taken a small eternity to collect these exotic and unique textures from all over the world. You will find unexpected and wondrous fine art textures from Venice, Italy; ancient and well-worn marbles from the Taj Mahal in India; unearthly steamed moss from the geothermal areas of Iceland; distressed surfaces from cesium irradiated Chernobyl, Ukraine, and delicate romantic textures from Paris, France, just to name a few. All of the textures are provided in a high resolution of 6100 x 4100 pixels.

The instructional video is over 90 minutes long and includes all the new tricks and tips I’ve picked up over the years. I go from beginning to the end of seven example photos including landscapes and portraits

About Trey Ratcliff

Trey Ratcliff is a photographer, artist, writer and adventurer. Each day, Trey posts a new photo to his website, StuckInCustoms.com, the #1 Travel Photography blog on the Internet. His photos and stories capture the beauty of exotic travel destinations and the humor of bizarre situations he often finds himself in. There is always something new, unexpected and beautiful to see.

Trey is best known as a pioneer in HDR photography. HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, a technique whereby multiple levels of light are captured for a particular scene and then combined into a single photograph. The resulting images are richly detailed and more closely resemble what you recall of the scene in your mind.

Trey has taught hundreds of thousands of people the secrets to his techniques via his tutorials.

Sampling of the Textures Included

Sampling of the Images produced with the textures

Textures Package Options

$299

Ultimate Package
2 Bonus Videos with extra Tricks
50 bonus textures from secret locations
100 exotic and unique textures

90 minute instructional video full of tips & tricks
Download immediately (850 MB)

 

$249

Premium Package
100 exotic and unique textures
90 minute instructional video full of tips & tricks
Download immediately (700 MB)

 

$149

Basic
Package
25 exotic and unique textures
90 minute instructional video full of tips & tricks
Download immediately (600 MB)

 

$99

Textures Only
Package
100 exotic and unique textures
Download immediately (120 MB)
  • Darlene Hildebrandt

    what if we want JUST the video?  I have many of my own textures already

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com/ Luke Lakatosh (SIC Support)

    Hi Darlene,

    We have no plans to do a video-only version at this time.  We may revise that in the future if we decide to restructure the packages, but we wanted to balance having options with a simple product.

  • http://www.facebook.com/cruzleal Jose Manuel Cruz Leal

    ¿Donde puedo conseguir  el codigo de descuento para comprar el TEXTURAS SOLO PAQUETE.
    Gracias.

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com/ Luke Lakatosh (SIC Support)

    Jose,

    Usted no necesita una cupón. La opción para $99 está para las texturas solamente.

  • David Drayton

    I am loving the beginners class I am in now. Is this something I could use in apeture 3?

  • http://www.facebook.com/janice.kretzerprysunka Janice Kretzer-Prysunka

    the textures that you are talking about….I assume that they can be used with Lightroom?? are they like pre-sets??

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com/ Luke Lakatosh (SIC Support)

    Hi Janice,

    The textures are simply .JPG files that can be used as Layers in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements. There are ways to “sort of” do layers in Lightroom, but it’s pretty complicated and not as powerful. Elements is the way to go, if you don’t have full Photoshop.

  • http://www.facebook.com/janice.kretzerprysunka Janice Kretzer-Prysunka

    thanks so much for your prompt reply…..I need to upgrade my PSE to PSE 10 as I noticed that I cannot edit large files from LR with PSE 8….something about the bit version :)

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com/ Luke Lakatosh (SIC Support)

    Interesting … not quite sure what that’s exactly about, but mentioning bits has my radar up. Make sure your computer can handle whichever ‘bit’ version you’re buying. You need a 64-bit operating system (and therefore a 64-bit processor) to run a 64-bit program.

    We should take this to email to dig in deep and make sure you get the right stuff – drop me an email at support@stuckincustoms.com with whatever details about the error message you’re getting that you can provide.

  • http://www.facebook.com/RussConsidine Russ Considine

    I’ve never used Photoshop. Instead, I have used Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo software for effects and I do not do any layering. do I need to use Photoshop software and, if so, do I need to have a working knowledge of layering techniques to use Trey’s textures? Thanks very much.

  • http://www.facebook.com/RussConsidine Russ Considine

    In addition to my question below, if I used one of Trey’s textures as a background for one of my photos, do I have to give credit to Trey? If I sold one of my photos using a Trey Ratcliff texture, is there any recourse back to Trey? or do I have full rights to use and sell upon purchase of one of the texture plans shown above? Thanks again!

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com/ Luke Lakatosh (SIC Support)

    Hi Russ,

    Thanks for checking on this. You can sell an image that you create using Trey’s textures, but you can’t sell the texture itself on its own or sufficiently prominent (it should be blended in the image in some way.) You also can only sell it as an image, as artwork – not or resell it as a tool (even modified). The idea with the textures is to use them to blend into your images so as to be generally unrecognizable. As long as these criteria are met, you’re fine. Does that make sense?

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com/ Luke Lakatosh (SIC Support)

    Hi Russ,

    The textures really work best using layers, and the tutorial is built around doing this. However, if you already have an efficient workflow that doesn’t use layers, they could still be useful.

  • http://www.facebook.com/RussConsidine Russ Considine

    Thanks very much Luke for your replies – very helpful – I will most likely be purchasing your Ultimate package in the next few days. Have a great day, Russ

  • http://www.facebook.com/cyndi.culbert Cyndi Culbert

    Amazing photo art! Months ago Trey had a simple fun course available that used lazer pens, light bulbs and many common objects to create very ‘unique’ photos. I found it as a facebook ad , I believe around the 69.00 mark. I would love to purchase this as a gift, is it still available. Thank you!

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