Digital Post-processing is somewhat similar to Developing the film negative !!
That is why it is often referred to as “Digital Dark Room”. The workshop focuses on understanding the universally accepted methods and norms – DP BestFlow.
The photographs taken by a digital camera are often displayed with midtone predominance. It is a common feeling for a photographer to feel let down when the photograph is seen on a computer – it just doesn’t look like what was seen!
The good news is that more often than not, the “striking” part of the scene will still be hidden inside the image data.
Good post-processing is the art of deciphering this “hidden” information and then bringing it out to get your story right.
Digital Post-processing workshop includes
- Understanding the digital image
- Digital image formats and properties
- Colour spaces and Gamuts
- All steps of DP Best Flow methodology
- Understanding RAW image
- The RAW advantage
- Understanding the “non-destructive” editing techniques
- Editing and data loss and how to manage both
- Complete sweep of Adobe Camera Raw
- Knowing ACR controls and their specific functions
- Developing RAW files
- Basics of Photoshop Editing techniques
- RAW and JPEG image processing flows
- Output management
- Tips and tricks of effective Post-processing to raise the quality of your photographs