J Street Media Workshop: Intro to Photo Post-Processing
The Intro to Photo Post-Processing in Photoshop will give you the basics of how to take good photos and make them into great photos. We'll be working in RAW format, commonly referred to as "digital negative", that allows for a wider range of processing. However, the techniques you'll learn will apply broadly to editing JPG photos as well. You'll learn about exposure compensation, white balance, sharpness and noise, recovery, curves, brightness, contrast, vibrance, saturation, curves, lens compensation, graduated filters, and more to give your photos that professional polish.
Instructor: Harvest Zhang (Computer Science 2014) is the Design Director of the Princeton Entrepreneurship Club and a photographer for Princeton's photography agency, and is therefore always using Photoshop for something or other.
Location: Julian Street Library (Wilcox Hall)
Date/Time: 02/24/13 at 1:00 pm - 02/24/13 at 3:00 pm
Category: Media Center Program
Department: Wilson College