Getting the most from your images
Developing an efficient post processing workflow:
A great post processing workflow is essential to help you stay organised, save time, improve the efficiency of your editing and produce high QUALITY images - CONSISTENTLy
What is a digital imaging workflow?
A digital imaging workflow is a series of steps organised to assist photographers simplify the process of working with digital images, from the moment they press the shutter button to the final step where they produce some form of output with their images, such as a print, slideshow, book or publishing to the web.
A well defined workflow simplifies the task of managing and editing your images, helping you to stay organised and efficient. The is no defined, one size fits all, digital imaging workflow, each photographer will define their own process that works well for them. Our Post Processing Workflow Workshop series will not only assist you in developing a comprehensive understanding on how to manage and edit your images, but also assist you in developing your own digital imaging workflow.
These days there are a wide variety of photo editing software programs such as CaptureOne, Photoshop and Lightroom, all of which are designed to meet the individual workflow requirements of amateur, enthusiast and professional photographers alike.
Our one day Workflow workshop will provide you with the fundamental structure that can be used regardless of the software you are using. We will be using Adobe Lightroom for our demonstrations.
April 30 / 8:30 - 4:30
August 14 / 8:30 - 4:30
November 6 / 8:30 - 4:30
The Developing an Efficient Post Processing Workflow Workshop can also be scheduled to meet the needs of private groups of 3-6 people. To book a private group Lightroom Masterclass please message us with your requirements
12 Third Avenue Willoughby East, Sydney Australia
DEVELOPING AN EFFICIENT POST PROCESSING WORKFLOW
At some point most photographers are eager to develop a more structures approach to organising and editing their images. They develop a series of routines for capturing, copying and processing their digital photographs. This series of routines is referred to as a workflow. In this one-day workshop we use Adobe Lightroom to provide tips and guidelines to improve your entire digital image workflow. We will introduce you to the fundamental workflow functions that will enable you to effortless keep track of all your images (regardless of where you've saved them), edit your images and produce stunning output such as a quality print.
The objective of this workshop is to get photographers that are relatively new to post processing up and running quickly so that, with a bit of practice, you can develop your own workflow practice to improve the efficiency and quality of your photo editing and presentation.
Developing and enhancing your images
- Global adjustments
- Local adjustments
- Creative Adjustments
Presenting & sharing
- Exporting basics
- Basic single page prints
Introduction to Post Processing Workflow
- Define and outline the workflow
- Defining non-destructive editing
- The Lightroom Interface
- Tour of the Lightroom Modules
- The importance of shooting in RAW
- Why the display on the camera looks different to your RAW image
Transferring your images to the computer
- Importing from the camera or the card reader
- File & Folder structure
- Backing up your images and catalogues
Organising and sorting your images
- Deleting bad images
- Rating your images
- Lightroom Collections
A working version of your post processing software already installed on your own laptop (a one month trial version of Lightroom is available from Adobe). We will be using Lightroom CC / 2016 for all of our lectures and practical demonstrations.
We will provide you with images to work on in the course, though you are welcome to bring your own.
Students must have a fundamental understanding of the laptop they are bringing along. Whilst the instructor is happy to assist with post processing related questions, they will not be able to troubleshoot individual laptop issues.
4 - 6 depending on venue
WHAT TO BRING
- Laptop or desktop computer with the latest copy of your preferred post processing software
- Laptop charger
- A mouse is highly recommended for image editing.
- Files of some images you would like to work on
- Your lunch
- Tea, coffee and snacks
- Small groups limited to 6 participants
- Lens School's unique and gentle teaching style, which supports you and helps you develop as a photographer
Group Bookings: Have your own group of 4-6 people and eager to hold a workshop in the comfort of your own home? Please select Information/Group Bookings from the main page menu and send us an enquiry to discuss the special Group Bookings rates.