Fine Art Digital Workflow For Nature Photographers

Join award-winning outdoor photographer, Sean Bagshaw, for an informative day-long class in the art of processing images in the digital darkroom. This is an intermediate to advanced level class for those who already work with Adobe Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop CS and are wanting to establish a complete, best practice, non-destructive workflow for producing images of exceptional quality.


Story In Stone/ Sean Bagshaw

Story In Stone/ Sean Bagshaw

To get the most out of this class, you should already know how to:

  • Download images to your computer
  • View and organize images in an image editor such as Lightroom, Bridge or Aperture.
  • Make basic Photoshop adjustments to images for color, contrast, sharpness, etc.
  • Use the basic Photoshop tools such as crop, magic wand, brush, lasso, clone, etc.

Topics this class will cover:

  • Basic RAW image adjustments before opening into Photoshop.
  • Selecting the best color space and bit depth.
  • Non-destructive Photoshop workflow including basic cloning, perspective control, color balance, contrast, localized creative adjustments and preparing images for web and print output.
  • Understanding and using layers and masks for the greatest non-destructive creative control in your image processing.
  • Techniques for bringing out the light and drama in your digital images.
  • Soft proofing for best print output.

Date:

April 9. 2011, 9 am   $ 120

Level:

Intermediate/Advanced

Participants:

Maximal 18 Persons

Location:

Cascade Center of Photography

at Christian Heeb’s Studio and Showroom 390 SW Columbia Street, Suite 110, Bend, Oregon.

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To Register:

Reserve your space by phone  541-241-2266
sign up by email: workshops@Heebphoto.com
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