Now that you've taken your photos, what do you do with them? Virtually every image shared by professional photographers have been post-processed with some sort of software. Yes, it's important to nail a shot when you shoot it, but sometimes, even when you do, it lacks a little punch. And sometimes, try as you might, you can't quite get the exposure or the effect that you want. In this workshop, you'll learn to make the most of your images after you've shot them using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.
Topics will include:
What You'll Need
Please bring laptops with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom installed. The newest version (v 4.0) is ideal so that you can follow along with the instructor, but any version will suffice. Please note that some of the features of Lightroom v 4.0 look and work differently than they did in previous versions, which could be slightly confusing.
In addition, please have on your machines at least a small body of digital (or digitized) work that you can practice on.
594 Broadway, Suite 1212
New York, NY
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EDTAdd to Cal
Pei is a photographer and teacher who recently made the cross country move from San Francisco to New York City.
As a photographer, Pei's background is in wedding, portrait, and travel photography. Her work has been in books and magazines published by Purdue University Press, Wiley Publishing, Reaktion Books, p3, Carus Publishing, and more. Pei has worked at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops and has been offering private lessons and instruction in photography and Lightroom for the past 2 years. She has been using Lightroom almost exclusively for photo-editing since the beta version came out in 2006.
As a teacher, Pei has been teaching children with moderate to severe special needs for ten years and she recently became credentialed to be a school administrator.