Photoshop for Lightroom Users
Lightroom is a great tool and can do 90% of what we need for our photography. But what about that other 10% – those photos that need a little Photoshop lovin’? In this class we’ll go through the edits that you should be doing in Lightroom, and then jump in to Photoshop for things like complex selections and compositing, layers, retouching and all of the other tools that Lightroom simply doesn’t have.
A real-time, candid, fun and interactive class where you (the attendee) brings photos, and I edit them. We’ll walk through initial thoughts and ideas for the photo. Decide what level of attention the photo gets, and how much time we want to spend on it. And then watch the edit from start to finish using whatever apps I would use if it were my own photo.
Removing Distractions and Other Junk From Photos
It happens to all of us. That stray branch, Coke can on the ground, or other distracting element in the photo. We know we have to remove it. Sometimes it’s easy, but sometimes we just can’t make it look right. In this class we’ll look at the tips and tricks for removing distracting elements from photos (including tears and damage in old scanned photos) and which tool works best for the job.