This course is designed to help photographers develop a successful editing workflow; from digital camera input or scanning film through to ink-jet prints, photo-books, or web based imagery.
You will initially be given an overview of the digital darkroom, looking at the monitor and basic Adobe Lightroom set-up, alongside the various options for outputting images. Then, through working on your own images, you will learn how to use the software’s powerful editing capabilities to build a successful workflow.
The final part of the course includes a thorough demonstration of how to set up a file for your chosen method of output; soft-proofing with colour print profiles, re-sizing and sharpening the image, and printing onto different papers or uploading onto social media will all be addressed and explored.
Topics covered include:
During the course the tutor will be monitoring how your editing skills are developing, and there will be a final review of everyone’s work.
On completion of this course you will have the opportunity to continue your study in this subject area by attending our Photography courses. Alternatively, you may be interested in completing an accredited qualification in this topic. For accredited courses please refer to the Access to Art and Design or BA (hons) Photography courses.
Digital files on USB stick / HD (RAW & JPG).
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