Howdy to all,
Class 5 is a “2-Fer”:
1) Color Management 101 (One Hour):
• Proper Color Management allows you to accurately reproduce what you see on your monitor in printed form, whether it is to your photo inkjet printer or files you send to a custom lab. Being able to print with a great degree of consistency and accuracy saves you time, frustration, and money.
• The old adage, “WYSIWYG” (What You See Is What You Get) readily applies when you are properly color-managed. John will show you the 3 steps to successful Color Management and how to implement these into your Photoshop workflow, in a style that even the most die-hard “non-techie” can enjoy and understand.
2) Editing for Success (1/2 Hour):
• The second part of this Meetup will focus on the concepts of proper image editing – or, how do I know which of my many images are ultimately deserving of a Master File?
• So, you just got back from a photo shoot, and you’ve got all these hundreds (thousands?) of wonderful images – now what? How do you properly sift through all of your images, critically pick the absolute best ones, and then make the most out of them using Photoshop?
• When it comes to a great final image, it’s important to be a tough “self-editor” of your images, and then knowing what you’re aiming for before you can properly use the tools in Photoshop.
Download the notes for this video:
This video was recorded live & online on 06/03/20,
via the San Diego Photoshop Meetup group:
Here’s more info about my free live & online Photoshop Meetups:
Total length: 1 hour & 20 minutes long
• Jim Austin’s webpage:
• David King link & his webpage:
https://wattsdigital.com/sdc-fair-photo-faqs (near bottom of page)
• Here’s a link to more free “Photoshop 101” Recordings:
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• By the way, all of this is part of my Photoshop book designed for photographers,
“Not just another Photoshop Book”,
available exclusively on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HNLS1Q2
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Questions? Please contact me – also, feel free to comment and tell your photography friends!
Thx again, and cheers,