Augie Chang Photography: NEW! Post Processing Workshop (PART 3)

Thursday, January 28, 2010

NEW! Post Processing Workshop (PART 3)

This is a BRAND NEW workshop focuses on post processing. This is Part 3 of my Introduction to Digital Photography series. If you are interested in more info for Part 1 and Part 2, you can go here for more information.

Many of my PART 1 and PART 2 students request for a post processing workshop, so here it is! This workshop will be half lecture and half hands-on work. The first part of the workshop will go through an overview of Adobe Photoshop and its rich features, then the second part will be a hands-on "lab" type environment for you to learn.

Requirement for this workshop:
You need to have a laptop with Adobe Photoshop CS3 or higher installed. You will be using your laptop for the 2nd half of the workshop.

Here is a high level list of topics that we will cover:

- Overview of editing software: Adobe Bridge, Adobe Camera Raw, Photoshop features

- Come and learn how to:

--- batch process images so you don’t spend more time than you have to
--- process images in Camera Raw without having to go into Photoshop
--- create your own actions
--- use the powerful feature of Liquify
--- recover your over/underexposed images
--- fix bad white balanced images
--- successfully convert your color images to beautiful black and whites
--- enhance a portrait without over processing the image
--- remove unwanted blemish
--- master sharpening images for the web and for prints
--- prepare images for the web vs. print

- Augie’s digital workflow on web/blog images and printed images
- Hands on “lab section” to practice your new post-processing skills

***** GENERAL INFO ****

How do I sign up?
Just click here to fill out this form!

It is VERY important to be clear on which workshop you are interested in.

Where does the workshop take place?
At my home studio in San Ramon (directions will be provided)

I want to sign up, how do I secure a seat for the workshop?
I accept online credit card payments via Pictage. Your seat is confirmed only upon payment is received.

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