Can you take photos but then do not know how to get them printed or uploaded to the web, or they just do not look as good as you would like them to? Perhaps you have been on the Beginners Photography Course and now want to progress your photography. If so, this Digital Post Processing Course is for you.
It’s time to make the images you capture even more jaw-dropping. Join photographer Kiran Patthi to explore the Photoshop tools that will optimize your images to really make them shine while keeping them easy to find and organized.
In this course, you’ll master the post-production process every photographer needs to know. From skin toning on portraits to Blending exposure in Landscape images, you’ll dive deep into the editing tasks best performed in Photoshop. You’ll adjust and optimize your images – even if they’re overexposed, underexposed, or have color or contrast issues.
Need for Post Processing RAW vs JPG Culling and Image ManagementICC Profile Management Identifying Areas of Improvement Photoshop Tools Reading HistogramModule 2: Basic Adjustments
Exposure Corrections Lens Correction White Balance Correction Haze CorrectionModule 3: Photoshop Workflow
Levels Tone Curve Vignetting Hue and SaturationCloningSpot Healing Brush and Patch Tool Highlights and ShadowsModule 4: Non-Destructive Workflow
Selection ToolsWorking on Duplicate Copies Layes and MaskingCreating Smart Objects and UsesModule 5: Advanced Concepts
Blending Exposures Apply Image Dodge and Burn Advanced Skin, Hair and Eyes Re-touching for PortraitsFrequency Separation Blendif Noise Reduction SharpeningRemoving Spots & BlemishesFrequency Separation using Mixer Brush Creating HDR Images Pexels Liquify Skin Re-touching by Invert Method Removing Shadows in 2mins Curves - for orange and Teal Adjustment LayersModule 6: Saving Images and Conclusion For Web Purpose For Printing For Further Editing
I am a complete beginner in photography. Is this Workshop recommended for me?No! This Workshop needs pre-existing knowledge of photography and is suitable for learners of intermediate skill levels. If you are a complete beginner, you should sign up for the Fundamentals of Photography Workshop right away, as we're sure you'll find it really helpful!
What should I carry to the Workshop?A DSLR/Mirrorless camera, charger, a memory card with sufficient space and Laptop with Photoshop and Lightroom installed.
How do I register for the Workshop?You can register for the Workshop in the contact us page or calling us on +91-9740471400, or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I pay the Workshop fee?We have multiple payment options including online transfer, from which you may choose one as per your convenience. Details will be shared when we receive your enquiry.
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What is not included in this workshop?Anything which is not listed above.
I have paid for the Workshop but cannot attend. Can I get a refund?If you cannot attend the Workshop after paying for it, let us know 20 days before the Workshop and we will give you a credit note for 100% of the amount, which can be used to avail of any of our services. If you let us know 15-19 days ahead of the Workshop, we will issue a credit note worth 50% of the amount. Unfortunately, if you let us know less than 10 days before the Workshop or do not inform us at all, we cannot issue a credit note, nor can we make cash refunds under any circumstances.
It was a great experience for me, Capture 'O' Graphy gave me the right start towards photography. Great fun, Talks from experts gave it another level of experience. ppl interested in wildlife photography got great buddies here... :P
A very big Thanks for Kiran and his team for conducting and sharing the knowledge on Photography, Activities are well placed and phased for a beginner to understand the photography skills and techniques. Looking forward for your next workshop.....Cheers!!
I have used twice the services of Capture 'O' Graphy and was really impressed with 1- the professional approach; 2- the quality of the pictures. Kiran spent very valuable time with me to understand exactly what I needed; I didn't have to correct anything as the results were better than what I expected. We had to do lots of external pictures on top of the internal ones. Kiran is not just any photographer; he is someone who is passionate about life and how to capture the essence of it.
I liked the way Kiran transferred his knowledge about photography to the people around him. I can now very confidently tell that I have a decent knowledge on camera parts and how to use it and about the technicalities. I recommend this workshop to guys who want to get good hold on photography. Looking forward for your next workshop...Kudos to C'O'G...Cheers!!