- October 6, 2019
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
- June 17, 2019
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Managing and editing your images as a new photographer can be daunting. How do you import your images? What basic editing should you do? How do you share the results with the world?
This class will jump start your image editing pipeline using Capture One. We will discuss the basics of workflow (something every photographer needs just a little of), and then jump into basic editing in Capture One including white balance, exposure, levels and curves.
This class is a part of a workflow and image editing series. If you are interested in more advanced editing, check out the Intermediate Photo Editing: Capture One class.
- How to import your images.
- Where to store your images.
- Basic image editing: white balance, exposure, levels & curve.
- Cropping and rotating images.
- Dust and spot removal.
- Exporting your images to share or print.
Already comfortable with this? Check out our Intermediate Photo Editing: Capture One class that covers more advanced editing such as local adjustments, detailed color editing and other advanced features.
Students should bring their laptop and will be provided a set of images so they can “click along” with the instructor. Students are also welcome to work on their own images.
This workshop is designed for photographers new to image editing and to managing their images on a computer, or new to Capture One and looking for help getting started.
Schedule and Format
This is a classroom-only class. Students are encouraged to bring a laptop and “click along.” Students are encouraged to interrupt and ask questions.
This class is taught by Photography Instructor Andrew Fritz.
He is a self taught experiential learner who is addicted to the possibilities that new (to him) gear open up. He loves to share the things he has worked out. Andrew started with a passion for landscape and night photography and quickly branched out to work in just about every form of photography. He is an ex-software developer with extensive experience in the IT realm.