LIGHTROOM & MULTI IMAGE PHOTOGRAPHY
Date: Not currently scheduled (4 bi-weekly classes)
Time: evenings 7-9pm
exploring the potential
Lightroom & Multi Image Photography* is an intermediate four session (bi-weekly) course* focused on the power of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic CC/6's Photo Merge techniques (HDR and Panorama). The process of combining multiple separate camera images together into a single final photograph unleashes a broad range of creative options, and opens up entirely new directions for today's digital photographer.
Through class presentations, group critiques, and assignments, students will learn how to use the Lightroom Photo Merge process. As part of the course, students may also have the opportunity to attend field trips to help create source material*.
Each class is accompanied by full colour notes and written homework assignments.
Designed for the intermediate photographer with good camera and processing skills, this course can help take your creative process to the next level!
* this course focuses on both camera & software skills, and may include multiple field trips, which are not covered by the course fee
Multi-image photography basics
PhotoMerge HDRs (exposure blends)
PhotoMerge Panoramas (stitching)
Lightroom local adjustment reviews
Class Size: four to eight student
Location: ViewPoint Gallery, 1459 Brenton Street, Halifax, NS
Fee: $220 + HST plus $20 per optional field trip*
Course Expectations: There will be three homework assignments during the course. Students are expected bring 8"x12" prints to class each ssession for review.
Requirements: Students must have previous photography experience, and be comfortable with working in manual mode (aperture, shutter speeds and ISO controls). A tripod is required.
Students must have a copy of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic CC/6 and have a good understanding of image development, including local adjustments.
Feedback from students:
This was a well laid out course with excellent field work choices.
- Mike K
Night photography was lots of fun and fun to do in a group. It's not always easy / safe to get out on your own for practice / reinforcement. I also enjoyed critiquing each others images and learning from it. .
- Debby C