Next Meeting Emerging Wedding Photographers

Hello emerging wedding photographers! My seminar meetings are back ON since the last one was postponed due to our house fire/lightning STRIKE!  The meeting is not just open to ‘wedding’ photographers, but the topics are geared toward that.

ONLY 20 13 SPACES AVAILABLE. Please add your name in the comments below so I have a head count.

Next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, June 13 at 6:30pm to 9pm. Juice, coffee and other snacks provided. And the meeting is FREE! Bring your PASSION. Join like minded individuals and 10 of your best images. Meeting at my studio/office- 25111 Arrow Glen, San Antonio.

Topics: My Workflow in Lightroom 4 and Photoshop. Getting the best images. We will discuss and show on big screen my Lightroom and Photoshop. Including calibrating your screen, color correction, folder structures, using Totally Rad Presets and my full post production workflow. You can bring your laptops with you too.

What else would you like to know? We can discuss.

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  1. Hello Philip, is been a few months since I enjoy been at your studio, bue work issues I went out of town, but I am back. I wonder when you will host again one of your seminars so I can be the first in line to join you.

  2. We will discuss and show on big screen TV my Lightroom and Photoshop. Including calibrating your screen, color correction, folder structures, using Totally Rad Presets and my full post production workflow. You can bring your laptops with you too.

  3. Final reminder about tomorrow’s 6:30 meeting. Park in street and walk up driveway through to the back yard. The studio is up a staircase over the garage. Do not use front door of house-it’s under repair an no one is home.

  4. Hi Linda- Thank you. It depends of course on the light, time of day. the list goes on so there’s no easy answer. I do shoot wide open all day. In other word, I shoot with the aperture at the lowest number. WIth my Leica it’s f1.4. That’s what gives the images a unique look with that lovely bokeh effect. Dos that answer your question?

  5. Hello,
    I am a friend of Adam Swift’s. I love your no flash style of photography. What are some typical outdoor settings/tips that you use? I shoot with a Canon 5D with an 85mm 1.8 lens. I just love the crisp fresh, clear look your portraits have. Thank you for any help you can be.

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