New courses to help get the most out of your photography.
I’ve spoken about these a couple of times lately, and I’ve been putting a lot of thought as to what should go into these workshops and courses. As well as structuring them in a way that means that those who attend get the very most out of them.
These workshops are all available for dates from the end of July 2012 onwards. You kind find details of these photography courses here.
The first three of these courses are:
Getting the most out of your DSLR workshop.
This will teach you how to use your DSLR to photographs with real impact. Getting away from using fully automatic mode we look at how to take portraits with an amazing wow factor and action photographs that really capture the action. Of course if you prefer still life, landscape or any almost any other type of photography we can look at getting the best there as well.
An introduction to digital editing workshop.
This course will provide you with an introduction to digital editing and image manipulation. It’ll cover the common editing programs available, and also what all those different file types actually do. This course will show you 10 quick and easy steps every digital photograph will look a thousand times better for. As well as this we’ll look at some more advanced techniques, as well as how to create black and whites with some serious punch.
Lightroom Workflow and Editing course.
This course is aimed at this of you who are either working as photographers or who want to understand Lightroom and the photographers workflow in a deeper way. It shows you how to organise your workflow and edit using Lightroom. Not only is the course geared to showing you how to get the very best out of the editing tools available in Lightroom, it will also show you how to streamline your workflow. Letting you get back to what you do best. Taking photographs.
Over the next couple of months I’ll be releasing another three or four workshops, aimed at help you to take better photographs of families and children, understand studio lighting, and more advanced editing.