Advanced Photoshop for Photographers
Jun Miranda combined into an intensive 3-day hands-on workshop different Photoshop techniques that every serious photographer must know to expand their post-production capability.
It includes using the Camera Raw plugins or camera raw filter for non-destructing editing to manipulating depth-of-fields of photos in post production. Non-destructive editing is no longer limited to camera raw files but now include other formats like jpeg and tiff.
He provides a step-by-step, easy to follow written exercises to accompany each computer demonstration.
What will be covered
- Customizing Photoshop’s Workspace, Menus, and Keyboard Shortcuts to make them more intuitive to photographers
- Adopting a workflow exclusive for photographers
- How to use non-destructive editing for camera raw files and other popular formats such as jpg and tiff Camera Raw plug-in and Adobe Bridge
- How to use non-destructive editing for non-camera raw files using the Camera Raw filter combined with Smart filter
- Controlling the depth of field of photos—making them deep or shallow — in post-production using such techniques as Stack Focusing and such filters as Lens Blur and Tilt & Shift Lens filters
- How to use the Shake Reduction Filter to remove blurriness caused by camera shake
- Creating Bokeh Effect using Blur Filter
- How to use the Camera Lens Correction filter to correct lens flaws like distortion, aberration and vignetting and remove noise
- Easily adjust perspective in images by using the Perspective Warp—indispensable for architectural photography
- Using the least known Clone Source panel for easy editing using the editing tools like Clone Stamp, Healing Brush, etc.
- Using the Photoshop stand-alone companion software Adobe Bridge. It does not only makes it easier to organize the photos in your hard drive by creating collections, stacks, rating, keywording, etc., but it can also execute Photoshop's compatible automation plug-ins, scripts and Adobe Camera Raw plugin, such as HDR and panorama, on a group of images.
Who should attend
- Serious amateur photographers
- Professional photographers
- Preferably Advanced Photoshop but Basic Photoshop will do.
- Preferably Basic Photography
About the instructor
Jun Miranda started his career in photography as a serious amateur photographer-member of the prestigious Camera Club of the Philippines in 1985. To deepen his understanding and develop his craft, he took up Basic Black & White Photography and Studio Photography in 1995 at the Maine Photographic Workshop (now, Maine Media Workshops College) in Maine, USA. Jun is also a TESDA Photography NC II holder.
Jun Miranda is a pioneer in digital imaging. He has been using Adobe Photoshop since version 2 when he established PixelMagic, Inc., an imaging studio and service bureau in 1994. PixelMagic was one of first imaging studios in the country and continues to service selected clients to this date.
He augmented his experience in digital imaging and printing by studying at the United Digital Artists in New York, USA in 1995 and the Kodak Center for Creative Imaging in Maine, USA, in 1996. From 1993-2005 he has attended dozens of seminars on the Photoshop and Lightroom at such venues in the Hong Kong and the US as the MacWorld’s MacAcademy and Pro Conference Sessions and at the Photoshop World sponsored by National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP).
In 2000, he became the first an Adobe Certified Expert and Adobe Certified Instructor in Adobe Photoshop and in 2008, in Adobe Lightroom in Asia. In 2000, he also got certified as a CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+), making him a qualified instructor to teach in the US and other countries where CTT is recognized in any topic in which he has mastery of.
He has been conducting seminars and workshops in digital imaging, color management and photography since 1993 here and abroad.
In recognition of his contribution in the field of photography in the Philippines, he became part of the prestigious Canon Ambassador (now called, Crusaders of Light) in 2010 for their EOS cameras and Pixma desktop printers.
- Feb 14–16 (Fri to Sun)
- May 11–13 (Mon to Wed)
9 AM to 5 PM
PhP 2,950 (USD 74)
Includes materials, lunch and snacks.
Be sure to read the Registration Info before registering.