Knowing how to process images effectively is an essential aspect of any photographer's workflow. This workshop explains the basics of shooting RAW files, and introduces some of the most-used post-production software on the market, with a special emphasis on the market leader, Adobe Lightroom.
Participants will be guided through the whole post-production process, from shooting and importing, to editing and exporting, ensuring that they leave knowing how to really make their images 'pop'. The course also introduces concepts such as re-touching, using filters and shortcuts.
Introduction to RAW/NEF (vs JPEG)
Managing Your Workflow
Introduction to RAW/NEF Conversion & Post Production Platformes
Introduction and Demonstration Of Lightroom
The workshop takes place in a comfortable and modern studio space in central Berlin (Mitte). Specific details are supplied after booking.
A camera with the option to shoot RAW files is recommended, though not essential.
About The Workshop Leaders
Paul Sullivan is a writer, photographer and the founder of www.slowtravelberlin.com. He has been freelancing for over a decade and his images have appeared in various guidebooks and publications such as National Geographic, The Guardian, Taggespiegel, Rough Guides, Focus, Electronic Beats and more. He co-authored the Matador U Travel Photography course (online), and was Lead Faculty between 2009-2012. You can view some of his images on his website or hit him up on Facebook.
Ryan Hursh makes and manipulates photos for print and web. His clients include Highsnobiety, Hypebeast, National Geographic UK, SisterMag, PM Eyewear and VICE, amongst others. You can see his work here or hit him up on Facebook here.
€30 per person for two hours, or book with the Improve Your Photography workshop to get a €5 discount on both workshops, i.e. €50 all in). Private workshops can be arranged in advance.