Photography 101 Course
Module IV - Online Live Lecture
In the last module of the photography course for beginners, we finish with a core component of photography - post-production.
We disperse potential prejudices, and find out there is (almost) nothing new in digital postproduction in comparison to "the old times". It just got MUCH EASIER and wildly available.
We go through good practices for post-production and get familiar with the editing program of choice. My recommendation is Capture One, but you can use anything you wish.
History Of Post-ProductionPostproduction in "good old times".
Digital DarkroomThings to watch out for.
Editing SoftwareTools of the photography profession.
Practice makes perfect.Let's make a final product.
Photography Topics We Cover In Fourth Course Module:
History Of Post-Production
Postproduction in "good old times".
- analogue dark room
- examples of composites
- examples of retouching
- same tools, same name, just digital
Things to watch out for.
- a key part of modern photography
- JPG vs.RAW
- colour space (sRGB, AdobeRGB …)
- good, bad and ugly
Tools of the photography profession.
- DAM (Digital Asset Management)
- RAW developers
- Adobe Lightroom
- Adobe Photoshop
- Skylum Luminar
- On1, ...
Practice makes perfect.
Let's make a final product.
- geometrical corrections
- exposure corrections & contrast
- colour corrections
- BW photography
- simple retouching
- simple local adjustments
- export with a purpose