May 2018, London: Photographers who are keen to learn the art of professionally editing their pictures for the finest looks are invited to attend a 5-hour workshop at The Photo Academy, London. This is a beginner level course on Adobe Lightroom and will be imparted in English by experienced photographers from Simulacra Studio and guest professionals on 6th May 2018. The fee is £ 150 per candidate and only 5 seats are available.
Digital photography has now largely taken over conventional film-based photography and most photographers work with post-production software to make their pictures as impressive as possible. Contrast, colours, greyscale effects are some steps that seem easy to use but actually need a formal understanding for best results. The post-production process helps in customising the images and giving them a unique style.
Using Adobe Lightroom, photographers can import pictures from their camera, edit them in library, and then print them or publish them in digital formats online. The participants will learn how to import their photographs and how to organise – edit – number – archive the final images. They will also get useful tips on removing the flaws from their pictures and upgrade them for better colour appeal, contrast, dust suppression and framing.
Another aspect of digital photography that the trainers from Simulacra Studio will touch upon is the tonal richness of black and white pictures. They will help learners in using automatic filters.
Professionals from this commercial photographic studio in London have been providing trainings and workshops for the past few years and have helped new photographers upgrade their career skills. Simulacra Studio also rents out its propped up studio space for photography sessions. Top brands including National Geographic, Vogue, Ralph Lauren and Harrods have used the services.
More information on the training is available at the company website. An email can also be sent to the official ID to solicit details.
About Simulacra Studio
Founded by photographer Francois Boutemy and designer Chris Charalambous in 2006, Simulacra Studio has collaborated with numerous clients in the fashion and entertainment industry. The London based studio received a runner-up prize in the highest growth category at The Lambeth Business Awards. Through a journey spanning more than a decade, Simulacra Studio has also hosted various events at its premises. It co-founded a new design agency called Sodium Burn Creative in 2016.
Besides renting out studio space for fashion, editorial and product photography, Simulacra Studio organises regular workshops and trainings for new photographers. The students who enrol for these courses are trained on usage of different camera types, lenses, lighting modulators and editing software.