Essentials of Infrared Photography and Post-Processing Workshop
So, you have an infrared converted camera or shoot with infrared filters. Perhaps you have been considering venturing into infrared photography and want to learn what is required to shoot and process infrared.
Digital cameras have made infrared photography accessible. You will learn how and why infrared photography is fantastic creative tool in your photographic toolbox.
There is so much 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. Infrared can be a challenge to shoot and to process. This workshop will provide you with the necessary knowledge to master it and turn your captures into beautiful surreal art.
We will start by setting up your workflow and identify best practices to photograph in infrared and how to handle infrared raw images in post processing. You will learn how to properly set the white balance in-camera as well as setting it properly during post-processing. We will discuss the various types of infrared filters and how they render photographically. You will learn to visualize a scene in infrared and understand how infrared light affects a scene.
You will need Photoshop, and some knowledge of layers. Please bring your laptops with 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.
Registrants will have access to the recorded Zoom class for three months.
Date: Saturday, May 8th (Date change from May 15th)
Place: Interactive Online Session
Time: 9 am -12 pm
Cost: $50 (No refunds)
Maximum 25 participants.
For more information, contact Silvana Della Camera at firstname.lastname@example.org