Mastering Digital Workflow & Editing
Just because your dive is over does not mean that your job as an underwater photographer is done. When you surface, it's time to download, organize, edit and back up your digital images. For some of us, this will be a quick, 5 to ten minute process , while others will spend hours focused on a single image.
Digital workflow is an important technique to master because, if done efficiently and correctly, it can be an easy process that will save you major headaches down the road. It ensures that your images will be safe and easy to relocate.
Of course, editing is a major part of the digital workflow, and it can be a daunting process. One of the best ways to learn editing tips is by reading step by step tutorials on specific aspects. Learning a little bit about post processing can take your underwater photography a long way, and really make them jump right off the screen!
- Editing Tutorial Intro
- Quickly Removing A Color Cast
- Introduction to Digital Workflow
- Correcting Tonal Problems
- Watermarking In Lightroom 3
- The Noise Reduction Tool In Lightroom 3 And ACR 6.0
- Content Aware Fill In Photoshop CS5
- Post-Processing for Pros: Puppet Warp Tutorial
- A Photographer's Guide to Digital Storage
- Organizing Your Underwater Image Library
- Photoshop’s Content-Aware Crop Tool for Underwater Photography
- White Balance in Editing Underwater Photos
- Underwater Photography Cropping Guide
- Post-Processing for Beginners: Working with RAW Files
- Post-Processing for Beginners: Basic Photoshop
- Post-Processing for Beginners: Intermediate Photoshop
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