ASMP Presentation March 21st

I will be doing a presentation for the ASMP on March 21st on Lightroom 4 workflows and concepts at the Photographic Center Northwest in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Should be a fun night of image editing, importing, exporting and socializing. The presentation is 2 hours from 7-9 with a little social mixer starting around 6:30. I am pretty excited to look at Photo Mechanic as a front end to Lightroom, catalogs and organization, exporting for storage and using the power of 32-bit files for awesome tonal range editing.

Fine art photograph from Daniel Gregory

Space is limited so register now and hope to see you there.

http://asmp.org/education/event/info?id=566#.UT46YqvF2tv

 

 

March 11, 2013

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