Overview of my Photoshop Workflow
This video is an overview of my Photoshop workflow. I explain how I use adjustment layers and masking to make precise adjustments to photographs.
Don't put off learning Photoshop because you think it's to hard, or too complex! It's easier than you think, it's time you unlocked Photoshop's potential for yourself.
Using just a few fundamental tools, I'll show you how to take control of your photographs and produce museum quality results. It's the same tools and workflow I've used to produce files and prints for some of the biggest names in photography, that have been displayed in the Smithsonian, galleries throughout the country, numerous books and publications, and over a hundred thousand prints prints for for tens of thousands of photographers. In this seminar, I'll help you understand the fundamentals of photographic control and how to use those fundamentals to produce your vision so that you can create results that go beyond your current workflow.
A pioneer in using Photoshop to produce fine art photographic prints, Rich Seiling’s obsession for quality and his unique workflow has allowed him to work with some of the best photographers in the world, including printing Galen Rowell’s first all digital exhibit of one hundred photographs, and countless prints and files for museum exhibitions, gallery shows, fine art books, and more. In 20 years he and his team have used these techniques to work with nearly 20,000 photographers, and produced hundreds of thousands of prints.
Rich believes in the power of a well expressed photograph, and that every photographer has a unique story that only they can tell. His workshops are designed to help photographers express themselves more clearly, with more control, and greater fluency so they can tell that story.