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Lightroom Organizing & Workflow for Wildlife & Landscape Photographers
March 13 @ 6:30pm
Lightroom Organizing and Workflow for Wildlife and Landscape Photographers
March 13th, 6:30 to 8pm
Do you work in Lightroom? Wildlife and Landscape Photographer John Winnie Jr. has perfected a streamlined system for organizing and workflow in Lightroom and has generously offered to share his best practices at the Bozeman Photoshop Users Group meeting, Monday March 13th from 6:30 to 8 PM.
Benefit from John’s in depth discussion of how to backup image files – focusing on fail-safe practices and how to organize images before and after importing them into Lightroom. Find out how to create presets for editing images and basic image editing focusing on tone, color, sharpness and noise. Then, learn how to export finished images from Lightroom.
An ecologist, photographer, and writer, John Winnie has done conservation research in the Wakhan Corridor of Afghanistan, studying Marco Polo argali for the Wildlife Conservation Society and USAID; work in Tajikistan, surveying snow leopard habitat for Panthera; and investigated the links between wolves and elk and aspen in and near Yellowstone National Park. He is currently an adjunct professor at Montana State University in Bozeman, teaching biology and ecology courses.
This event will be held in the class room at F-11 Photo & The Print Refinery, 2612 West Main, Bozeman. Questions? Call 406-586-3281 or visit online at f11photo.com