Register for the Houston Digital Image Post Processing Workshop
Open to all, especially beginners!
We will go into a post processing workflow, from capture to print. What to do, when, and in what order. How to use the latest software for RAW processing.
You will learn how all the elements of a digital image connect to result in either a poor image or excellent image. You'll obviously learn the processes for an excellent image, every time and in all shooting conditions. The best camera settings, RAW conversion software, print preparation software settings, using Lightroom, Photoshop, DxO Photolab, and much more! ALL the color spaces and color theory will be explained in simple language, easy to understand!
Join us for a fast-paced, info-packed day that will leave you with renewed enthusiasm and a greater understanding of what makes a great image!
We will cover:
National Geographic magazine
National Geographic Books
National Geographic Stock
Outdoor Photographer magazine
The National Park Service, Yosemite National Park
Ken Burns; The Florentine Films National Parks Project
Capture One software via Lynda.com
Adobe Systems, Inc. via video2brain.com
Virtual Training Corporation
Digital Photo Pro
ESPN The Magazine
The Sporting News
We will cover:
What to Bring:
1) Your laptop with the following software installed:
30-day trial version (or fully paid version) of DxO PhotoLab 2.0
Lightroom, any version, but the later version the better.
Photoshop, especially if you know it and have been using it. I can show you tips and shortcuts to get stuff done. If you are new to Photoshop and have never used it then don't put out the money, but if you monitor the lessons, you see how powerful it can be. I have been using and teaching Photoshop on a daily basis for 15 years.
2) Your camera, with any lens. We will be doing camera settings, not shooting.
3) Several RAW images.
4) Be ready to interact; ask questions, offer solutions and new information if appropriate
We will ALL learn from each other!
We start at 9am SHARP! Do not be late, we have a lot of material to cover.