Posted by Mark Sunderland on February 27, 2012
Once you have your perfectly exposed image you’re nearly there. By applying a few basic adjustments to ensure correct tonal range, contrast and saturation you’ll have an image worthy of exhibition.
On each of our day workshops we offer an optional post-processing session the following day (included during a weekend workshop) where we cover a couple of alternate workflows for fine tuning your images based on Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. We’ll cover using raw files, making global adjustments for white balance, tonal range and contrast and local adjustments such as applying graduated filters in Lightroom through to burning and dodging in Photoshop. Finally, we’ll talk about preparing your images for output to get the most out of your home printer or lab. You’re encouraged to bring along a few of your favourite images from the workshop for us to use as examples during the post processing session.
Our post processing sessions also include a separate magazine style handout covering Photoshop, Lightroom and printing, full of tips and examples for you to take away.
We hope that’s given you a flavour of what you’ll learn from a Natural Light Photography Workshop!
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