Putting Everything into Practice; In the afternoon, you'll get the chance to take the workfllow for a test-drive on your own pictures. Bring a couple of shoots, and we'll work through the process in a real-world environment. You should bring original unprocessed RAW files.
Since we'll be in a small class environment, I'll be available to make sure you have everything set up properly, and check out your workflow. At this point, we will also be able to address issues that may arise in your workflow, and how to customize your image handling.
The cost for the Workshop is $200.
In the event that we don't get at least 6 participants per class session, you can choose to reschedule to another date, or receive a refund.
To reserve a seat in the class, we need payment in full.
If these dates aren't good for you and you would like to be notified of future classes, drop me an email. Let me know your preference for day of the week if you have one.
Cancellation policy: As a policy, we do not offer refunds if you do not show up for class. Based on our discretion and availability, we may offer a rescheduling opportunity.
What to do to Prepare:
1. Make sure your Software is up-to-date
I suggest that you update Bridge and Adobe Camera Raw to the latest versions and install several scripts that we will be working with. Bridge is now up to version 1.0.4, and it offers a few important improvements over the earlier version. Adobe Camera Raw is now at 3.4. Please download the DNG converter when you download Camera Raw and install it as well. You can download all three here.
We will also be looking at Russell Brown's Caption Maker. It is available for download here. (Scroll down to "Dr. Brown's Services").
2. Bring some images to edit.
This should be a group of photos that you can run through CS2 and bring into iView to get some practice. I suggest that it should be at least a hundred pictures from a particular shoot.