2018 WAA Photo Workshop: Image Organization, Basic Post-Processing, and Adobe Lightroom

The Whitewater Arts Alliance is sponsoring two photography workshops in April, 2018. In the second workshop, Everett Long and I will present "Image Organization, Basic Post-Processing, and Adobe Lightroom: Working With Images After They Leave the Camera" Saturday, April 21 from 10am to Noon at the Cultural Arts Center, 402 W Main Street in Whitewater. 

This session will include organizing images, backup strategies, considerations for deciding whether to post-process your images,  and alternatives for post-processing. This will be followed by an introduction to Adobe Lightroom which will include catalog setup, importing images, using collections, a tour of the Develop Module, and a live image editing demonstration.

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2018 WAA Photo Workshop Discovering the Art in Photography

The Whitewater Arts Alliance is sponsoring two photography workshops in April, 2018. In the first workshop, Bill Eklund will be joining Everett Long and me in presenting "Discovering the Art in Photography: Using Digital Cameras as Tools for Artistic Expression" Saturday, April 14 from 10am to Noon at the Cultural Arts Center, 402 W Main Street in Whitewater. 

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