Monday, September 20, 2010

September Meeting: Lightroom - An Integrated Approach & Nik Software Plug-Ins

September Meeting: Lightroom - An Integrated Approach & Nik Software Plug-Ins

Date and Time:  September 20, 2010 from 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Kline Branch - Dauphin County Library
530 South 29th Street, Harrisburg, PA 17104
Don Uvick has been active in the arts for over 25 years. He has served as an officer for such photography/art organizations as the Harrisburg (PA) Camera Club and the Art Center School and Galleries. Currently, he is the President of the Harrisburg Camera Club. 

Don currently works for the Naval Inventory Control Point for the US Navy as an Operations Research Analyst.  I have worked with the Navy for almost 30 years.  "The Mission of the Naval Inventory Control Point is to provide Navy, Marine Corps, Joint and Allied Forces program and supply support for the weapons systems that keep our Naval forces mission ready."  

Lightroom - An Integrated Approach & Nik Software Plug-ins

It is all about the light for this presentation.   Lightroom 3 was released by Adobe in June 2010.  This RAW processing and Workflow tool gets better with each release.  
The focus of this presentation will be to show an integrated approach to using Lightroom 3 from a "tethered" photo capture to final presentation onto your website as a web gallery or as printed output.  The journey will highlight some of its new features and take you through the use of presets to establish specific styles, third party workflow plug-ins including one to Geoencode your photos with location information and external editing Plug-ins such as the Nik Software suite.  

The Nik software suite includes a set of solutions for every step of your workflow process.  This includes tools to reduce noise in your photos, the addition of over 250 effects to enhance your photos, the ability to control the color and light in the image, and feature to control the focus and detail of your final image.  The suite even provides a means to create a stellar black and white image by replicating the effects produced by your old-time favorite Black and White films.
Meetings are always free of charge and open to the public. Please note that this Library branch does not have free WiFi nor do they allow food or drink.

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