Whether you're a keen photographer or videographer, shooting your content is only one part of the equation. Editing your photos or videos is a key part of making sure that you're making the most out of your content – but how can you boost your post-production prowess?
The Photography Show Spring Shoots virtual festival has got a range of talks and tutorials that are designed to hone your photo and video editing skills. Make sure to register for free (opens in new tab) for the virtual event, which will take place on 6 & 7 March.
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Love to shoot in low light conditions, but don't feel entirely confident with making your edits afterwards? James Ritson is teaming up with Affinity Photo to show you a variety of techniques, from simple adjustment blending to brush work with blend modes. This will help bring your low light photography to life.
Alternatively, perhaps you occasionally like to shoot and edit on one of the best camera phones (opens in new tab), rather than your camera? With phones being handy pieces of tech that are always available, it's no surprise that mobile editing has become so popular. Adobe's Worldwide Principal Evangelist Julieanne Kost will be walking us through the best workflow for Lightroom Mobile.
If you're a videographer, you won't want to miss the Slice and Splice session from Satureyes Media. Rick Bronks will be taking us through some key tips and techniques to get you set on your editing journey and help you make consistently great videos.
And finally, where would a discussion about editing be without a session on Photoshop? Tony Harmer from The Design Ninja will be walking us through some simple editing tips to make your photography look even better with ease and simplicity.
You can discover the full event program here – and don't forget to register for free for the virtual event (opens in new tab). The Photography Show & The Video Show is scheduled to return to a live event format at the NEC on 18-21 September 2021. All entry tickets for the March 2020 show have been transferred to these dates.
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