#CreativeFriday – 2017 Photography Adobe theatre schedule

Adobe is once again extremely excited to be at the 2017 Photography show, running the Adobe Theatre. We’re delighted to have the opportunity to showcase what the modern day Photographer needs to know, covering all aspects of a photographic journey. We’ll share with you how to add value to the image capture within your camera, image editing techniques and best practices at the computer, as well as many options to publish your work to the internet and across your social channels. We believe that armed with your camera, the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan and content from these talks, you will be able to take your images to the next level.

Saturday
10:15 – Combining Lightroom and Photoshop CC in your retouching workflow
11:00 – Making your Photos look amazing with Lightroom  CC
11:45 – Using Lightroom Mobile in your workflow
12:30 – Photoshop CC for Photographers
13:15 – Starting out with Lightroom CC
14:00 – Contributing to Adobe Stock for Photographers
14:45 – Fundamental imaging techniques of Post Production – David Noton
15:30 -Mastering the basics of Lightroom CC
16:15 – Using Mobile apps to create and publish your work

Sunday

10:15 – Combining Lightroom and Photoshop CC in your retouching workflow
11:00 – Making your Photos look amazing with Lightroom  CC
11:45 – Using Lightroom Mobile in your workflow
12:30 – Photoshop CC for Photographers
13:15 – Contributing to Adobe Stock for Photographers
14:00 – Using Mobile apps to create and publish your work
14:45 – Fundamental imaging techniques of Post Production – David Noton
15:30 – Mastering the basics of Lightroom CC
16:15 – Starting out with Lightroom CC

Monday & Tuesday

10:15 – Combining Lightroom and Photoshop CC in your retouching workflow
11:00 – Using Mobile apps to create and publish your work
11:45 – Starting out with Lightroom CC
12:30 – Photoshop CC for Photographers
13:15 – Using Lightroom Mobile in your workflow
14:00 – Mastering the basics of Lightroom CC
14:45 – Fundamental imaging techniques of Post Production – David Noton
15:30 – Making your Photos look amazing with Lightroom CC
16:15 – Contributing to Adobe Stock for Photographers

Descriptions

Combining Lightroom and Photoshop CC in your retouching workflow

In the past few updates of the Creative Cloud, Lightroom and Photoshop have seen various improvements for photographers. This session, hosted by a re-touching expert, will look in detail at the new tools and explain how to improve your post production/re-touching workflows, to create even more beautiful images.

Making your Photos look amazing with Lightroom  CC

 In this session you’ll discover ways of correcting common photo issues and ways to enhance your photographs to give them the wow factor.

Mastering the basics of Lightroom CC

This session is perfect for the person this is just starting out with Lightroom, but has had a few months experience. The speaker will cover how to use Lightroom, with a focus on the next steps after just starting out with the program and go more in depth with the Development module, but also cover things to think about when importing, organising and finding your images.

Using Mobile apps to create and publish your work

The Adobe Creative Cloud including the Photography plan includes the Desktop apps, as well as mobile photography apps. In this session, the speaker explores these apps and examines how the photographer might benefit from them in their imaging workflow. The session will also show how to create an Adobe Spark page to publish your work. Adobe Spark is becoming a standard way to show off any work in a beautiful way.

Fundamental imaging techniques of Post Production – David Noton – Guest Speaker

This year we are extremely pleased to welcome by Canon Explorer and one of the world’s leading landscape and travel  photographers David Noton to the Adobe Seminar room. David’s talk, the Fundamentals of Post-Production will cover new developments and techniques within the Adobe Photography plan that have supported his imaging processing needs in 2015. This promises to be a not to be missed session and a highlight for Adobe seminar room this year.

Photoshop CC for Photographers 

We are now at the 2017 version of Photoshop CC, and there is a lot to catch up on.  In this talk and demonstration, you’ll find out Gavin’s favourite Photoshop tools and hidden gems are for creating simple but eye-catching visual effects and how and why he shoots with Photoshop mind. So, If you are looking for something to boost your creativity, or tips and tricks to fire up your photography enthusiasm, then session is defiantly for you.

Contributing to Adobe Stock for Photographers

Today’s stock industry presents options to buyers and creators alike; it offers customers a multitude of images, vectors and videos to illustrate any creative project and the freedom for contributors to establish their style and develop their skills within a lucrative marketplace

Starting out with Lightroom CC

New people are joining the Creative Cloud Photography plan all of the time. But sometimes, things take a little while to make sense, especially when moving from another photo editing applictation. This session will guide you through the very basics and get you started, as well as walking you through editing your first picture with Lightroom.

Using Lightroom Mobile in your workflow

Edit your photos whilst on the go. This session on Lightroom mobile, will show how to edit your RAW or JPG photo’s non-destructively whilst away from the desktop. We will talk about how Lightroom mobile manages photos from Lightroom desktop to the mobile device, and vice versa, and look to optimise your workflow whenever you need it. They say that the best camera is the one that you have with you, and sometimes all you have is your smart phone. So why miss out on the shot, take manual control over your smart phone’s camera and make the photo look amazing there and then from within Lightroom mobile.

For more information on the show itself, including how to get there, directions as well as other things that are happening, please visit the Photography show web site.

Share on Facebook

Comments are closed.