Brent Paull returned to LPA with an informative program on developing a Photoshop workflow. He showed us how he opens a Raw image in Camera Raw and does just a few adjustments before editing in Photoshop. He creates his own actions and uses selections to adjust and sharpen the subject. Brent is a big believer in local corrections vs global corrections.
Brent calls himself a “Hardcore Wildlife Photographer” He shoots 140,000 photos a year.He teaches 85 seminars and 25-30 Safaris a year. He has 1000 publication credits including Audubon, Bird Watcher’s Digest, Field and Stream and Yosemite Visitor’s Guide to name a few.
Fourty two LPA members attended this seminar and I know we all learned something new.
Thank You , Brent!
Check out Brent’s website at http://www.amwestphoto.com/
Pdf files can be purchased at http://www.amwestphoto.com/Pages/TipsandTricks.htm
Notes from this evening’s seminar “Digital Image Processing” are available for $4.
Photo Safari information: http://www.amwestphoto.com/PhotographySeminars/PhotographySeminars.htm
Brent’s choice of Noiseware: http://imagenomic.com/nw.aspx