|When: Saturday April 28th
Where: Beyond the Lens Studio
Max Students: SOLD OUT
Designed for photographers who already use Adobe Lightroom, this workshop explores intermediate and advanced processing techniques in Lightroom 4, and gives you an in-depth look at the creative possibilities available withing the application. Often we can get lost and confused with all of the potential possibilities and choices available in Lightroom, so my goal is to help you decide what creative directions to take when developing your own images.
Using many of my images as examples, I’ll teach you my workflow from capture to print, and the creative decisions I make along the way which determine how I interpret the RAW file to create the final master. We will focus on developing your creative instincts, which will help you become more efficient and achieve better results in your post processing decisions.
What You Will Learn
- Basic adjustments in Lightroom
- Using the tonal curve for maximum creative flexibility
- Using color profiles as stylistic presets
- Local adjustments for interpretation and fine tuning
- Advanced black and white conversions
- Blending exposure in Lightroom and Photoshop
A basic understanding of all the modules in Lightroom is recommended. If you are unsure, please contact me for specific information.
Included in Workshop
Brenda’s famous home-made lunch and refreshments including coffee, tea, and water.
Laptop computer with Lightroom 4 is highly recommended. This workshop is limited to 6 students to give you the best possible learning experience and personal attention.