Adobe Post Production

Photoshop & Lightroom

Adobe Post Production

What the course is about

In today’s photography world, very rarely do photos straight out of the camera cut it. Most clients expect a certain level of post production when looking to hire a photographer. Even beginner photographers are usually already aware that even their best work straight out of camera doesn’t match the quality of what they are regularly viewing on Instagram and the work other professional photographers.

The JPI post production course was designed to specifically meet this need. Starting from the ground up, we begin first to understand the basic workflow of Lightroom and later move on to the advanced elements of Photoshop.

Sky replacements, skin retouching, weight loss and dramatic colors are only some of the elements that we cover in our editing course. Take a look at our portfolio to see how we can help your photography shine.

What will I learn

The Adobe Post Production course covers both specific elements in both Lightroom and Photoshop as well as complete editing workflows.

We learn how to take advantage of raw photos, develop them in Lightroom and create a round trip to Photoshop.

Check out our syllabus to see our complete workflow.

When do the courses meet

The course meets for 12 1.5 hours sessions.

One of the benefits of the JPI course is that we are able to accomplish quite a lot in a very short amount of time. In face, many people remark on how much we are able to accomplish in such a short time.

Courses take place in the Divrie Chaim neighborhood of Jerusalem.

What is required for this course?

A laptop capable of running Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop is required for this course.

Most of our students are initially overwhelmed by the selection of laptops and are often confused as which laptop to purchase. Fell free to be in touch for practical computer purchasing advice, specific for photographers.

Click here to download the Adobe Post Production Syllabus

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