Adobe Lightroom for Underwater Photographers--October 9, 2010
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Much like the process of shooting, there are specifics to post-processing that are unique to underwater photography. Backscatter, blue-green water, sun balls, and the occasional fin of another diver can all have an impact on the final image. Lightroom has many secret tips and tricks that any underwater photographer should keep in mind.
We will also touch on the new features of Lightroom 3.0 so you can see if it is right for you.
In this session, we will cover:
- Libraries, folders, and essential workflow tips
- The essentials of importing, tagging, key-wording
- Exposure control and color balance
- Applying the same changes to multiple images
- Quick touch-up tricks from within Lightroom
- Exporting multiple images as JPEGS or TIFFs, or both at the same time
- When to know you have reached the limits of Lightroom and need Photoshop... Or DO you?
Class starts at 9:30am and runs to approximately 3pm, with a break for lunch. It is suggested to bring your laptop computer with Lightroom installed, a few underwater images, and lots of questions for a Q and A at the end of the class.
The class is held at Backscatter West in Monterey, CA.
Sign up here.