The Essential Workflow

RC Concepcion

Photography - Intermediate

Wed, Mar 12, 2014      13:00-17:00

Class Size
This workshop is limited to 4 students only

At some point, most photographers develop a series of routines for capturing, copying, and processing their digital photographs. These routines can be sloppy and unorganized or they can develop into a consistent workflow that speeds up the entire editing process. Consistency in how you handle your images after they are shot is nearly as important as the techniques you employ to compose and shoot your images in the field. 
From the point of capture to the final edit, RC Concepcion will go over how to set yourself up to best maximize the technology around you, letting you focus on the things that you like doing the most: Photography 


Who Should Attend

You are familiar with aperture, shutter, ISO and understand how these work together to create a correct exposure. You shoot in Aperture or Shutter Priority modes and can use the basic features on your digital camera confidently.

You have a basic understanding of the basic image adjustment features of Photoshop and can apply basicenhancements to your work (i.e. saturation, contrast, brithness..etc). 

You are looking to consolidate your understanding, increase your repertoire of tools and learn some more creative techniques.

Half Day Workshop 

What you should bring
Your laptop loaded with Photoshop or a trial version of it (Please click here for a link to the trial  but make sure you don't download it too early as it only lasts for 30 days)

To take part in this seminar you need to have taken GPP's Introduction to Adobe Photoshop or equivalent knowledge. Please note that the instructor will not be able to give you personal attention, if you are not at the right level for this class. 
If you are not sure this workshop is for you, please do contact us on and we will be happy to advise you. 
A 10% discount on Introduction to Adobe Photoshop  is available for those who book this workshop - please contact us for more info.