Our next online meeting will be on the topic of Managing & Organising your Images and will be presented by Richard Ryder. Over the years we take many thousands of photographs and spend many hours crafting some of them in post processing but how on earth do we find that elusive image that you know you took some time ago but it seems to have disappeared down a black hole. This session will hope to provide you with some of the answers!
Topic: Chichester Camera Club’s Digital Imaging Group Meeting Time: 26 May 2020 @ 07:30 PM
For those of you who use Affinity to process your images, Jeff Owen has very kindly produced this short video showing you how to export your images to the correct size for PDI competitions, reviews etc.
Following our first online meeting of the digital Imaging Group on Tuesday 28 April 2020, we now have the video of the tutorial given by Richard Corkrey. Richard demonstrated how he produced one of his competition winning woodland images called “Broomhill”.
You can view the tutorial by clicking on this link here
This is our first online meeting so I do hope you will be able to join us. Richard Corkrey will be showing us how he creates some of his lovely woodland images. During this tutorial he will be showing us how he used Lightroom for his initial adjustments [also applicable to Adobe Camera Raw] before taking the image into Photoshop and making adjustments there and in DxO NIK collection.
Meeting details are:
Topic: Chichester Camera Club Digital Imaging Group Zoom Meeting Time: Apr 28, 2020 07:30 PM London
At our meeting on 25 February 2020, Richard Ryder showed the attendees how to use 2 rather ordinary images to create something a bit special. Then in the second half Sheila Tester showed us how to set up Lightroom to create some standard print templates.
Both Peter Rocchiccioli & Richard Corkrey will be demonstrating how they some of their special images. Peter will shows us how he created one of his stunning black and white images of an Indian cyclist whilst Richard will show us how he gets the best out of his beautiful tree pictures.
The digital imaging group is suitable for all club members but especially for newer members who are interested in learning techniques to bring out the best in their photographs.
Ann McDonald and Jan Davis were the presenters at our January 2020 meeting were they demonstrated using various ways to “Dodge” & “Burn” using Photoshop on the one hand and a walk-through of Capture One Pro on the other.
Ann revealed her secrets using photoshop layers curves for dodging and burning. She recommended that those wanting to try should familiarise themselves with Sheila’s demonstration on layers. Video will be posted.
Jan Davis demonstrated Capture One Pro a RAW processing software that is used by professional photographers with very good results. Capture One costs £299 for a perpetual licence or £20 per month
Despite brain freeze the recording of the demonstration was thought not saved but has been recovered. However to simplify Jan’s explanations here is a YouTube from Capture One showing the essential processing steps in about 7 min. There are a series of other short videos showing all the key aspects of a software which does all that photoshop does but on The RAW filles.
We had a very good turn out for our meeting on 22 October and it was particularly good to see so many new members on that evening. John Bradshaw gave a very interesting set of tutorials based on the theme of Black & White. Whilst Sheila Tester demonstrated the dark arts of layers, masks and blending. The videos of these sessions can be found by clicking on the links below: