There are three phases to outdoor photography. The first is your planning, the second is your in-field work, and the last is the post-processing work that goes into a successful photograph.
The amount of post-processing that goes into each photograph varies, but the goal is always to create a realistic photograph that represents what you saw in the field. In this class, you’ll learn how to:
- Plan to shoot water features
- Add detail to your water features
- Merge images in Photoshop
- Create your own water photography post-processing workflow
- Manage lighting in the digital darkroom
- Use Lightroom effectively
- Use a secret pro tip to make colors pop
- Use layers and masks for water photography
THE WHOLE SYSTEM
It’s important for photographers to know and appreciate the work that can be done with any post-processing software. In this class, with the help of your instructor David Johnston, you’ll learn how to edit your water photography with Lightroom and Photoshop – to allow you to make finishing touches that will improve your creative vision.
Follow along and see a very effective workflow you can follow. See a screen in real-time or move at your own pace while working on your own photos as we explore various techniques you can use to improve the quality of your photographs.
In addition to the detailed video instruction you’ll receive, this class provides you with a downloadable class guide that was designed to complement the topics you’ll see, so you can take notes as you learn about water photography post-processing.