We're half way through April, so I thought it was about time that I posted a reminder about the seminars I'm presenting in May.
I got so much great feedback from everyone who came to my wedding photography seminars at the end of 2008 and one of the strongest themes was that most people found the section dedicated to workflow the most useful part of the day. Everyone I asked said that they would be queueing around the block for a full day's training on workflow and post-production, so Calumet have invited me to present another set of seminars in May:
Post-production for portrait and wedding photographers
Digital capture has given photographers an enormous amount of creative control over their work, but this means that taking great pictures is only the first step towards delivering fantastic results.
I will be presenting a seminar that will teach you the post-production skills you need to finish your portrait & wedding photographs to a professional standard. The course will explore:
Practical techniques that will bring the best out of your images.
Building these skills into an efficient workflow that supports your photographic style and makes the most of your time.
The seminar includes:
A catch-up session to bring your Photoshop skills up to speed.
Realising the potential of RAW files.
Producing great black & whites from digital images.
Practical retouching techniques.
Using special effects to polish your images.
Taking control of your workflow.
Everyone attending the seminar will also receive a disc containing details of the techniques demonstrated, sample files and the Photoshop Actions used during the course.
The seminar will run from 10:00 to 17:00 and is priced at £85. Tickets are now on sale for the following dates and locations:
Tuesday 5 May 2009 - Calumet Belfast
Thursday 7 May 2009 - Calumet London (Drummond Street Store)
Tuesday 12 May 2009 - Calumet Manchester
Thursday 14 May 2009 - Calumet Birmingham
If there's anything you would like to ask me before booking your ticket, please get in touch with me via my contact form.