Power Processing for Photographers Workshops
Presented by Curt Warwick and Kirk Carter
January 11th and 25th, February 8th, 2014
Auburn High School Computer Lab, Riner, Virginia
Learn how the pros import, organize and process their photographs. This new series of 4-hour workshops covers the entire after-capture workflow in Adobe Lightroom 5 and Photoshop CC. Workshops take place in a new, state-of-the-art computer lab.
Class size limited to 23, so sign up now. $40 per session, or attend all 3 for $100.
1. Power Processing Quick Start Jan 11, 8:45AM-1:00PM. Learn how to import your images, manage backups, keyword efficiently, mark and rate your images, and process using the basic controls in Lightroom and Photoshop. Along the way we’ll discuss how and why to shoot raw, exposure techniques and how to get the finished photograph you had in mind.
#2 Power Processing Global and Local Adjustments Jan 25th, 8:45AM-1:00PM. Detailed instruction on the image adjustment controls in Lightroom and Photoshop’s Adobe Camera Raw, plus the basics of changing one small part of a photograph (local adjustments). We’ll discuss how color management can affect the ultimate impact of your photographs.
#3 Power Processing Advanced Local Adjustments Feb 8th, 8:45AM-1:00PM. Expert techniques for using the Adjustment Brush in Lightroom, plus advanced methods using Photoshop’s clone tool and masked adjustment layers. Specific techniques for retouching portraits and landscapes with Photoshop’s amazing new Content-Aware Fill, Content-Aware Move, and more.
Makes a great gift for the Holidays! Gift Certificates are available.
Limited to 23 participants per session. $40 per session, or $100 for all 3 (purchased at the same time).
Click the button to go to kirkcarter.com to sign up and pay via PayPal, or if you would rather pay by credit card or cash (in advance), drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements. Questions? Call 540.239.2118