Post Processing – The Basics

All about WORKFLOW

Post Processing - The Basics - All about WORKFLOWRAW files, just like film, are intended to be “developed.”

Post processing is an often overlooked but essential aspect of creating any great image. Like working with a camera, the more you can take the hardware and software out of your thought process, the better.

Workflow is a set of pre-determined steps that will guide you through processing your images to ensure you get the most from your work.

Joe will walk you through his post processing workflow and break down the HOWS and WHYS behind each of his steps to achieve consistent results.

The demo will be done with ACR (Adobe Camera Raw), which has the same controls as Adobe Lightroom.

The details and suggestions of this presentation also apply to the primary processing capabilities of software like Capture One, Luminar, DXO, Affinity Photo, and darktable.

What you will learn:

  • The real reasons for shooting in RAW.
  • In-depth understanding of the Camera RAW controls.
  • Why you shouldn’t rely on AUTO – but should still try it anyway.
  • The importance of having a “system” to establish a consistent workflow.
  • Sharpening – making your images look their best for the web.
  • … and much more!

Details About This Photography Presentation by Joe Edelman

Duration:  90 minutes with time for Q&A
Available as an In-Person or Virtual Presentation.

Intended Audience:
Photographers of all skill levels. This excellent Camera Club talk can be presented in person or virtually.

Set up Needed:
In-Person: This presentation requires the use of a digital projector and screen or a large-screen TV with an HDMI connection.
Virtual: This presentation works very well virtually. I can host up to 100 people via ZOOM or present on your organization’s account. The presentation is made from a professional Livestream studio with professional lighting and sound.

Joe Edelman Presenting on Stage

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