Lightroom Crash Course. This class is taught by my good friend and digital guru, Scott Rouse. I highly recommend this class. Plus it is in the fall in Vermont! How can you go wrong? Capturing your images is just the first step. Learning how to store, edit, develop, share, and protect our valuable image libraries […]
By far the most important part of my or any workflow is what happens before you get to your computer. If you eliminate the photographic errors and sins when you are taking the photo you won’t have to correct them later in your computer. (Now, if you don’t mind, take a moment and reread that last sentence. It is by far the most important part of the digital photography processes.) Optimizing capture will make your editing much easier and faster and your processing much, much more efficient and simpler.
For those of you who don’t know I am a huge Photoshop Lightroom fan. It is incredibly powerful and very efficient so that I do all my down loading, editing, organizing, processing and printing through Lightroom. And it is incredibly fast. Lightroom is so powerful and effective now that I haven’t used Photoshop in months