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Photoshop Intensive Workshop – Monterey, CA (For Beginners) May 27, 2017

Photoshop Intensive Workshop - Monterey, CA (For Beginners)

We are sorry but this event has reached the maximum number of attendees!

If you'd like to be added to the waiting list, please email erin@goaskerin.com

Event Location:
225 Cannery Row
Monterey, CA
93940
USA
Map and Directions

Current Number of Attendees: 15

Photo Library Folder Structure

Here’s the Folder structure diagram to accompany my article on DPG.

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You can download it here:

http://bit.ly/GoAskErin_structure

If you’d like to read a little bit more, you can find a page of links here:

http://bit.ly/GoAskErin_DAM

Now go get organized!

 

 

Links to GoAskErin videos

Dial-a-Blue

Editing Video in Lightroom

Reposition Your Strobes in Post

Reposition Your Model in Post

Adding Space to the Edge of an Image 

Adjusting Capture Time

Black and White Conversion

Backscatter Removal Using the Move Tool

Color in Lightroom and Photoshop

White Balance in Lightroom

Creating Focus in Lightroom

Backscatter Removal in Lightroom

Backscatter Removal in Photoshop

The Adjustment Brush in Lightroom

Cropping in Lightroom

Import to Lightroom from a Media Card 

Import to Lightroom from an Existing Folder

Adjust your Lighting in Post

One of the most difficult skills to master in underwater photography is lighting. The Graduated and Radial Filters can help adjust not just the intensity, but the actual placement of light in your image. They’re not a substitute for getting it right in camera, and they’re not the most intuitive tools that Lightroom has to offer,  but once you grasp the concepts and start to use them, you’ll wonder how you ever got along without them. Check out my video that shows how to reposition your strobes in post, using Lightroom’s Graduated and Radial Filters.

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Updated Lightroom and Photoshop Shortcuts

I admit it. I’m a keyboard shortcut-aholic. Using a simple keyboard click instead of navigating through menus not only saves time and tendons, it makes you a better, more fluent editor. Don’t wait to get good before learning these essential shortcuts – learning them is HOW you get good! Here are the updated versions of my Essential Shortcuts for Lightroom and Photoshop. You can download the Lightroom shortcuts page HERE. These are great to tuck into your laptop case when you travel. Click HERE for the Photoshop version.
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Questions?

Call me at 323-989-ERIN or send an email.