Documenting Your Work: Adobe Lightroom
Being your own photographer is challenging. Updating web sites or online sales galleries, submitting grant proposals, and entering juried shows is a lot of work. We all want our photos to represent our work in the best way possible. Adobe Lightroom is a powerful mobile and desktop application that allows quick, minor corrections to common photo problems. It is also a powerful tool for cataloguing your images. This one-day seminar will cover basic tips for better, more consistent pottery photography; an overview of basic image correction, organization, and publishing tools within Lightroom and a review of aesthetic considerations when photographing your work. This workshop requires a basic understanding of photographic principles and a sense of humor. Participants should bring a lunch and their cameras, tablets, or smartphones, and/or a few pottery images on an SD card. Led by NCC studio artist, John Morse, who holds a BFA from the University of Minnesota. John has over ten years of experience using Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom during his 25 years in advertising.