Sunday, January 26, 2020

Infrared Post Processing with Silvana Della Camera

Infrared Post Processing  with  Silvana Della Camera

So, you have an infrared converted camera or shoot with infrared filters. There is more to extract from that funky infrared RAW image than just black and white. Regardless of which wavelength(s) your images are photographed in, much more can be obtained from the raw image.

We will start by setting up your workflow and identify best practices to handle infrared raw images. You will learn how to properly set the white balance in camera as well as setting it properly during post processing. You will learn how and why infrared photography is another creative tool in your photographic toolbox.
You will need Photoshop, and some knowledge of layers. Please bring your laptops with the Photoshop installed.  Also, if available, bring a couple of your own infrared images in RAW. Not a Photoshop user? Not a problem. Contact me for alternate software you can use to process infrared.
I will be providing images that we will use for practice, information on the challenges of working with infrared images. You will also receive materials with step by step instructions and video tutorials.

Date: Saturday, April 25th, 2020
Place: Whitney Place, Great Room, 675 South Main St, Sharon, Ma 02067
Time: 9 am -1 pm
Cost: $50 (No refunds, if there is a waitlist you may select an alternate to go in your place)
Maximum 10 participants.
For more information, contact Silvana Della Camera at
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