We are down to the wire, photographers. Less than 24 hours to enter your split shot images for a chance at winning the first DPG monthly contest of 2012, and, of course, a great prize. The theme of this month's contest is "split shots," a unique type of photograph only possible for underwater photographers. Entering is easy and free - just head on over to current competition and upload your images!
The prize for this month is a pair of photo editing DVD's from Doug Sloss worth $200! The first is "Photoshop CS4 for Underwater Photographers" and the second is "Lightroom 3 for Underwater Photographers." They are meant for both beginners and seasoned pros.
Good luck, split shooters!
More about "Photoshop and Lightroom for the Underwater Photographer"
Photoshop CS4 For the Underwater Photographer
"Featuring over 10 hours of easy to follow video instruction, “Photoshop CS4 for the Underwater Photographer” guides viewers through the essential and advanced Photoshop techniques used to produce stunning underwater imagery. You’ll learn the “correct way of doing things” and master the secrets savvy Photoshop users employ to produce professional results. Packed with informative step by step lessons taught using “real life examples,” this DVD covers everything from the Camera Raw interface to advanced topics like underwater HDR photography."
Lightroom 3 For the Underwater Photographer
Lightroom 3 for the Underwater Photographer features over 10 hours of in-depth video tutorials, covering Lightroom's entire workflow from downloading images, to editing and showcasing them. Geared specifically toward the underwater photographer, the movies offer a complete workflow solution to help you efficiently manage your ever-growing photo library and handle your post production work too.
Topics include core management strategies, setting up and managing travel catalogs, effective keywording tactics, practical use of Collections, and of course detailed lessons regarding develop edits so you get the most out of your underwater and topside exposures. You'll also learn the right way to integrate Photoshop and other third-party software like Photomatix Pro into your workflow, link your finished work to social media sites like Facebook and Flickr and professionally showcase your best shots using slideshows, custom web galleries and the Print module.
From start to finish, Lightroom 3 for the Underwater Photographer will make your experience with Lightroom enjoyable and will teach you quick and efficient workflow strategies so you spend less time at the computer and more time underwater taking pictures.
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