This technical session will help members on how to prepare images for digital presentation with sound to use at Members nights etc. This will be led by Ian Pettit as Facilitator
A great new video from Matt Kloskowski explaining the new profiles feature in the latest Lightroom Classic update.
Please see below links for all the software discussed in Tony’s recent presentation on alternatives to Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom.
A Free RAW editor which till recently only for Linux or MACOS.
Now it has been ported to Windows.
Free RAW Editor for MAC and Windows.
A beginners guide – click here
A simple, but relatively powerful photo editor for Windows 10 and Mac OS.
Serif Affinity Photo
Powerful Photoshop alternative for MAC and Windows. Now comes with RAW Editor as part of the package.
ON1 is a raw and photo editor for MAC and windows. Better known for there photo effects they now have a fully featured RAW and photo editor
Well known Raw and photo editor on Mac’s, but now ported to Windows 10.
A Lightroom alternative.
Fujifilm Camera Processing
Fujifilm X RAW Studio is a free program that uses a tethered camera to do RAW Processing using the cameras processor.
The Photographers Guide to File Formats in Lightroom and Photoshop by Greg Benz.
The next practical session will be covering the basic workflows from beyond capturing your pictures to processing them on your computer. Ian Pettit will walk briefly through the basic workflow that he uses, as an example and then we are going to split up into smaller groups. Bring your laptop, power cable, mouse and an example of one picture that you want to use.
We realise that you all use different software and versions, but we will try to help cover the following areas
- Adobe Lightroom
- Adobe Photoshop / RAW
- Adobe Elements
- Nikon View NX and View NXi
- Fuji Wifi & Snapseed on iPad
We can’t promise to cover every operating systems / software versions permutations, but there is plenty of experience in the room, and the basic workflows remain basically the same.
From Sharon Brown, Melbourne Festival
I know it is short notice but People Express are arranging a FREE Photography Workshop for the Festival next Saturday afternoon (2nd September) as part of the joint project about Melbourne Market Gardeners which we are working on.
The session will be led by Christopher Mear a young documentary photographer who we have commissioned to photograph the market gardens and the produce they grow throughout the year.
Everyone will meet at Melbourne Assembly at 2pm and walk across Brown’s field to Heaths at Woodhouses and Photograph produce in Heaths field.
I have attached the flyer which has a few more details. FLOL leaflet
Please contact Sharon Brown ( email@example.com ) if anybody would like to reserve a place.