The Photographer’s Post-Production

Gavin Gough is a professional travel and editorial photographer whose work has appeared in many top media outlets including the New York Times. He just released a new Lightroom education bundle designed to provide a comprehensive, step-by-step approach to managing digital images using Adobe Lightroom, from importing to data management, processing and exporting. Everything needed for efficient post-processing. Found here: The Photographer’s Post-Production

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New: The Photographer’s Post-Production (Click to Learn More)

This package follows-on from the popular Photographer’s Workflow and the two together offer a pretty comprehensive digital imaging workflow. The brief introduction video below will give you an idea of what’s included.

It includes everything you will need to follow along as we process 15 original RAW files together. You can stream the video tutorials online or download them to your computer or mobile device.

Lightroom video tutorials, RAW files, and an eBook

Lightroom video tutorials, RAW files, and an eBook

What is Included?

  • 20 Video Tutorials (over 3 Hours training)
  • 15 Original, High-resolution RAW files
  • Companion e-book with image recipes
  • Lightroom Catalogue

Learn how different Lightroom settings work together, building up a practical, real-world approach to digital post-production.

More about the Author:
Gavin Gough is a freelance travel and editorial photographer, originally from England, currently based in Bangkok, Thailand. Gavin works on assignment for editorial, commercial and NGO clients and has photographed in over 50 countries around the world. His images have appeared on everything from postage stamps to billboards, in magazines, newspapers, guidebooks and advertising around the world, including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Guardian, Telegraph, Geo, National Geographic Traveler, Wanderlust, Lonely Planet and many more.

“As a travel photographer, my studio is the world outside my door and the only equipment required is a camera and a willingness to look for new perspectives. Lighting comes courtesy of whatever is available; sun, sky, tungsten and neon – travel photographers have access to it all. We are not restricted by subject or location, only by an obligation to record the world we see with honesty and compassion. More than just exotic locations and wild adventures, travel photography is about seeing our surroundings with fresh eyes and childlike enthusiasm.”

How to Get a Copy:

In addition to the video tutorials and RAW files, the companion guide comes in PDF format that can be read on computers, phones and most tablet computers (works great as a mobile reference out in the field).

Bundle found here: The Photographer’s Post-Production

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