July 29th 9am -12pm

Post processing workshop

Bring your images to life

Join me for an engaging 3-hour workshop where I will personally guide you through my comprehensive post-processing workflow. Although capturing a perfect image straight from the camera is every photographer’s goal, leveraging editing tools like Lightroom and Photoshop can help you maximize the potential of your photographs and achieve the desired visual impact. Throughout the workshop, I will provide step-by-step instruction on editing your images, covering everything from initial adjustments to the final touches. Together, we will delve into Lightroom and Photoshop, unlocking their transformative power and allowing your images to truly come alive

The workshop will be held in a well equipped boardroom in Balcatta. A large screen TV will mirror my editing process, allowing you to easily follow along. After demonstrating my post-processing workflow on my own images, it will be your turn to practice what you've learned. I will personally assist each participant, providing tips and guidance tailored to your needs. Get ready for a personalized workshop experience that empowers you to enhance your editing skills.

What we will cover:

  • Whether to use Lightroom or Photoshop
  • Why shooting in RAW is essential to getting the most out of images
  • What adjustments can be made and how they will affect your image
  • When and how to use masks to better target areas in your image
  • What a histogram is, as well as how to read it and use it as a guide in the editing process
  • How to remove unwanted objects from your image
  • What crop to use and how to size your image

What you need:

  • You will need to supply your own laptop and charger (and a mouse if you don't like using the touch pad)
  • A subscription to lightroom, photoshop or both
  • A good selection of different images that we can work through and edit (RAW image files)
  • A note pad and pen if you wish to take notes by hand
  • Prescription glasses if you require them

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