To learn how to master your camera, edit and perfect your photos in a fast intuitive way, then efficiently organise and share them.
After a recap of planning an aerial shoot, image capture and camera settings this course will show you how to name and organise your files, followed by an introduction to the Lightroom interface.
We will then go on to take a look at the basic principles and capabilities of Lightroom, followed by a demonstration of a replicable workflow that will form the basis of your own work practice and disciplines.
Finally, you will learn how to export, resize, save and prepare your images for output to your clients.
24th September 2018
Cotswold Airport – Gloucestershire
Course Fee £250 + VAT
20% discount if you book a place on both the Photography and Videography courses
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Intermediate – attendees should have a basic photography capture knowledge and preferably some image editing experience
Adobe Lightroom – although the principles taught will apply to most editing packages. This is a ‘hands-on’ course, so feel free to bring a laptop and some of your own aerial photographs to work with.
Course Instructor – Jake Sugden
Jake Sugden is an established commercial photographer who added an aerial capability to his practice 4 years ago. As a successful multi-disciplinary stills photographer Jake has honed his editing technique into an efficient workflow, which he shares with aspiring aerial photographers in this information-packed course.
Jake has studied Documentary Photography and is a Licentiate Member of the Royal Photographic Society. He has run his commercial photography practice for the last ten years supplying design agencies with property imagery. For the last four years, he has been documenting the rebuilding of a 1938 ‘superyacht’ Shemara for a private client – a process that documented every single detail of the rebuild and resulted in a 70,000 image archive, and hours of video for the National Maritime Museum.
Water, coffee, tea and biscuits will be provided throughout the day. Lunch will be provided in the AV8 restaurant just a few yards from our training centre