……….The Post-Production Workshops ………… St. Louis, MO.

$895.00

Workshop dates:     04/05/19 – 04/06/19      08/17/19 – 08/18/19     10/12/19 – 10/13/19

Infrared photography by its nature requires post-production.  The prospect of taking an image from its base form and turning it into a work of art can seem a daunting task.  It doesn’t have to be that way.  The basics of Infrared Post-Production can be learned and providing the photographer has a good exposure, amazing things can happen.  We have developed an intensive 2-day Post-Production only workshop for the photographer who wants to become more of a Digital Artist.

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Description

Workshop dates:     04/06/19 – 04/07/19      08/17/19 – 08/18/19     10/12/19 – 10/13/19

Location: St. Louis, MO.

Infrared photography by its nature requires post-production.  The prospect of taking an image from its base form and turning it into a work of art can seem a daunting task.  It doesn’t have to be that way.  The basics of Infrared Post-Production can be learned and providing the photographer has a good exposure, amazing things can happen.  We have developed an intensive 2-day Post-Production only workshop for the photographer who wants to become more of a Digital Artist.

We will start each day at 9:00 am.  There will be a lunch break, and we will wrap up each day at approximately 5:00 pm.

We will focus our attention on how to properly process your Infrared images.

On Day 1  we will focus on:

  • The nature of RAW files
  • The reason and need for a native RAW editor
  • Why a native RAW editor is better than Camera Raw of Camer Profile
  • Which Raw Editor is correct for your camera 
  • Jpeg, Tiff – 8 bit or 16 bit?  What is right for you.
  • Introduction to Photoshop Actions
  • How to use the PS Actions I have written for Infrared
  • Portfolio review- Day 1  Each participant will have he opportunity to present 10 images for a constructive review.

 

On Day 2 we will discuss:

  • How to visualize your 2D image as a 3D construct
  • How to deconstruct your image to take total control of what your image becomes.
  • Utilizing Filters like the NIK Collection and Filter Forge
  • Working with layers and layer masks
  • The little tricks to make your images pop
  • Note: We will work in Photoshop, not Lightroom.

Below are some examples of what you can do with the right image.

 

What to Bring:

You will want to bring a minimum of (10) Raw files that have not been processed.  Also, consider bringing some of your finished work for a portfolio review.

A laptop with Photoshop on it.

A positive attitude.

 


About the Instructor

Dan Wampler is the Creative Director for Life Pixel Infrared and has been shooting digital infrared for over 12 years.  

He started in the Photography industry in 1981 and over the last 37 years of his career has trained thousands of photographers.  He is an internationally published digital artist and photographer and is very passionate about his work.

Contact Info

Please direct all workshop related inquiries to Dan Wampler, Life Pixel Creative Director.
By Phone: 866-610-1710 ext 5
By Email: danwampler@lifepixel.com

 


Payment, Registration & Dates

Cost: $895 each (Workshop only)

Participant Limit: 15

All participants must be at least 18 years of age, and attendees must be paid participants.

Lodging: This is the suggested hotel for this workshop.  I suggest you book your hotel reservation as early as possible.  You are free to stay wherever you’d like.

Payment for workshops must be received in full at the time of registration. Your spot in the workshop is not secure until your payment has been received. Release forms will be emailed to participants approximately one month prior to the workshop.   There will be an online conference call prior to the workshop to answer any and all questions.  Any questions prior to that can be answered by contacting Dan Wampler thru the contact information below.

Note:  The following are not covered by the workshop costs and are your responsibility

Airfare/transportation

Transportation during the workshop

Food/Lodging

Contact Info

Please direct all workshop related inquiries to Dan Wampler, Life Pixel Creative Director.
By Phone: 866-610-1710 ext 5
By Email: danwampler@lifepixel.com

Cancellation Policy

Reasons for cancellation must be presented in writing.  Cancellation policy is as follows:

90 days prior     10% Cancellation fee
60 to 89 days    25% cancellation fee.
30 to 59 days    50% cancellation fee.

*No refund will be given on any cancellations that are less than 30 days prior to the start of the workshop. There will be no exceptions to the Cancellation Policy.

Insurance

The photographers/instructors are not responsible for non-refundable costs associated with canceled trips. It is recommended that you purchase travel insurance.

Terms & Conditions

You must agree to abide by all local laws, rules, restrictions, ordinances, and regulations for each location. Failure to do so could result in your removal from the workshop with no refund of workshop fees.

Standard Release

You consent to allow any photograph or video that is taken of you and/or your property during the course of the workshop to be used for promotional purposes with no fee or compensations.

Release & Waiver

All workshop participants must agree to all the terms and conditions stated above as well as sign a release and hold harmless waiver. This agreement is required and a condition to participate in this workshop. Your payment for this workshop constitutes full agreement to the Polices stated above. Refusal to comply with and sign the policies and waiver form will automatically cancel your participation in this workshop.

 

 

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