Dynamic and insightful photography workshops and tours in England  led by multi award winning master photographer Glen Campbell.

This is the next upcoming English photography tour or workshop: the lake District November 2020

CAPTURE & CREATE PHOTOSHOP WORKSHOP – THE LAKE DISTRICT NOVEMBER 2020 – places available

March 18, 2019 5:01 pm Published by

Capture and Create Photoshop workshop – The Lake District, England Trip summary This workshop is the second in a series of  Capture and Create Photoshop workshops taking place at a different and inspiring location each year. This year the stunningly beautiful Lake District in the north of England will provide the images and inspiration. Each workshop will combine  dusk and dawn sessions around a featured location, Derwent water  will  provide the initial  setting and images for our first editing sessions. Further practical  capture sessions  will be around Grassmere, Rydal and the Langdales, all within easy reach of our accommodation. During the day and dark evenings, Photoshop tutorials and editing sessions will get to grips with Adobe Camera RAW workflow and the tools and techniques used in refining the creative image editing process. Capture and Create For many photographers image editing is a continued  work in progress. The editing tools have pretty much remained the same in the digital darkroom  but our vision, style and effective use of these tools keeps  evolving as expectation and trends change over time. From creating classic varied tone Black and White images to simple but powerfully evocative colour prints you’ll get the chance to breakdown and learn some of the editing processes for both and take an objective view of your own. It’s also easy to get stuck in a creative rut and become uninspired with a particular process, dipping into presets to fill the creative gaps in our workflow. So with these sessions we will steer away from presets and explore  alternative methods and ideas to create stunning colour and black and white photographs. During this Lake District workshop we’ll use fresh examples and adapt a simplified and structured RAW workflow that will help you  refine your editing process.  We’ll discuss editing techniques and look at historical examples of post production. A mixture of technical understanding and creativity is essential to unlock the potential of any RAW file. Finally you’ll get the chance to choose one of your edited images and create an A3 print it on a Canon Pro Printer to take home. Whether you want to present a clear unaltered vision of your captured image or adapt a more creative interpretation of a scene or place this workshop will help  you in achieving those goals. Course content  Understanding exposure – highlights, mid-tones and shadows Managing Histograms –   essential to image processing. Understanding Dynamic range – the power of the modern DSLR RAW file Setting up Photoshop – metadata  – managing folders Layers and masks – local adjustments Pixels, what we can control – HSL / tone /contrast /sharpening /cloning Basic editing workflow – Camera Raw Creative Editing – refining the image – working with smart objects Philosophy – creating boundries Creating your personal workflow and style Historical critiques Editing sessions & critiques Producing an A3 print You will need Please note this is not a total beginners course so it’s essential that you’ve had some prior use of Photoshop and a have at least a basic understanding of the program. A  laptop computer (Mac or PC) with recent Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge software installed (I recommend the Adobe Creative Cloud subscription). Mouse and mouse pad or editing tablet. A recent selection previously edited images edited by yourself for evaluation and review . Accommodation Your base for three nights and four days will be comfortable self catering or Hotel accommodation  convenient to our locations. Single occupancy rooms will be the norm unless stated – with  breakfast. Getting there Pick up options exact details will added shortly A. Drive to the venue B. Edinburgh Gateway – located between Edinburgh  Airport and Edinburgh Haymarket station. Trams – every 7 mins and takes 7 mins from airport or city Trains from Edinburgh Haymarket /Waverley stn frequent and takes around 10 mins C. Penrith Ends TBA If you need any further information on pick up or drop off please just ask.