Workflow Drop In
Saturday 9th June, 10am-1pm
Free Drop In
Saturday 9th June, 2pm – 5:15pm
Learn how to bring all the post production elements of photography together from image to print in this exclusive and informative event.
Featuring specialists from the top photo processing brands, X-rite, Wacom, Loupedeck, Epson, and Hahnemühle you will learn how to manipulate your images using the latest equipment and create stunning prints.
Bring your camera to make the most of this fantastic opportunity.
There will be a morning and an afternoon session with plenty of opportunities to ask the experts any questions, so whether you want to know about only one element of post-production or learn the whole process from start to finish this is the place to be.
10am – 1pm: Drop in and speak to any of the suppliers one to one.
This will take place on the mezzanine level of the store. Feel free to bring in your own images to play around with, with the help of the experts, and try the latest equipment.
In depth and ticketed demo with a professional photographer, Ian Sayers
You will be walked through the whole process from taking a photo, to receiving a beautiful print of your final image. This workshop will guide you through the process of post-editing, colour correction and printing; introducing you to products you may not have used yet. Each company will be on hand to assist you in capturing, editing and printing an image to take home.
Ian Sayers will cover:
Why a Wacom device is critical for your workflow.
How to get the most out of any Wacom device (quickly) when editing or retouching.
How to do everything in Photoshop and Lightroom - a speed session showcasing some fast timesaving workflows and tips and tricks designed to make life easier.
Luke Holroyd was first introduced the Loupedeck console into his workflow back in 2017 after reviewing the console for his creative resources and advice blog. After a successful review, he began implementing the console into his editing and he now uses the Loupedeck console for all of his Adobe Lightroom edits.
In his talk Luke will show his workflow using the Loupedeck and how it has not only cut is editing time by almost 30% but also made editing more enjoyable again.
You will need:
Whichever session you choose, bring your camera, your pictures and lots of questions!
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One of the foremost Software Trainers in the Creative Industry, Ian has many years of experience both Teaching and practically editing and retouching for a wide range of Photographers, Agencies and Software companies.
A founding director of GIANT Associates Ltd. Ian and the team specialise in delivering a wide range of Training and Development services to their clients covering the Adobe software suite of products such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom Classic, Adobe Lightroom CC and Adobe Bridge as well as the Graphic Software for Design and Digital marketing such as Adobe Indesign, Adobe Illustrator and the Adobe video Applications.
Being a presenter for Adobe on locations across the UK, Ireland and parts of Europe including Iceland, Ian has been able to help companies realise just how easy it is to enhance photographs and learn the best and fastest ways to edit and control a workflow from image capture to final output - focussing on the editing and retouching tips and tricks to speed up the workflow.
As a Wacom Ambassador, Ian is able to integrate the latest technology into a workflow to ensure speed, accuracy and enhanced control over editing and composition of images when using any software.
Luke Holroyd is a Professional Photographer based in the UK capturing Weddings across the UK & Europe. His work is both imaginative and natural and works with couples who want to break traditions and have fun on their wedding day.
Luke first introduced the Loupedeck console into his workflow back in 2017 after reviewing the console for his creative resources and advice blog. After a successful review, he began implementing the console into his editing and he now uses the Loupedeck console for all of his Adobe Lightroom edits.