The Digital Photography Summit is a software and digital-technology showcase of the latest trends, held at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City, and featuring panel discussions, demonstrations, and surprises from Scott Kelby, Julieanne Kost, and Katrin Eismann.
Jonny Davenport shows you how to get up and running using onOne Software’s Perfect Photo Suite 7. He reviews the 7 plug-ins that are included in the Suite, showing you how to maximize your photography workflow and bring the best out of your imagery.
Adobe has just released the newest version of their all-encompassing post-production tool that is highly beneficial to the contemporary digital photographer: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5. This version succeeds Lightroom 4 and adds an array of new features and tools.
Join professional photographer Magdalena Solé for an information-packed lecture on her documentary project. The talk is based on her two years of work in the Mississippi Delta, culminating in the release of a book.
In many cases, the location in which a photo was captured is an important piece of information. Having that location information included with your photos provides a variety of benefits. The information serves as a helpful reminder of the location and also enables you to browse your photos on a map.
As you continue to capture new photographic images, it becomes increasingly important to keep those photos organized so you have the confidence that you’ll be able to find the photo you need when you need it. In this informative and entertaining session, Tim Grey will share his expertise and experience to help you stay organized using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.
JPEGmini Photo Optimization Software provides an elegant solution to a nagging issue: file compression and the quality loss that comes with it. But JPEGmini reduces JPEG files—some up to 80%—without affecting the perceptible image quality.
Photoshop is arguably the most feature-rich program when it comes to editing digital images. Three reasons for this is layer and mask functionality as well as the ability to select a single area in an image for processing.
With the right software knowledge, you can do anything. So begins Tony Sweet’s two-hour seminar on digital processing using a variety of software solutions from Nik Software, Topaz Labs and more. As Sweet points out, composition is critical to start with, but after that all bets are off.
The photographer who wants to go beyond the editing functions of Aperture or Lightroom will find in Tim Grey’s presentation of Photoshop CS6 a wealth of knowledge, workflow ideas and hopefully inspiration for greater creative expression.