It's a great learning to discuss Photography and Post-Processing with Pro Photographers

Teaching/Coaching is a great way to learn and that's why I have been doing Post-Processing workshops for a long time now. There has been an year that I had stopped doing these meet-ups or workshops, but now again finding time during the weekends to conduct these 1:1s or group workshops. Every time I meet a Pro Photographer, I learn a lot about the real Photography workflows which helps me understand the overall Photo management and editing needs in Indian market. All this is an incremental process. I learn from these Photographers, include these inputs in my 2 days workshops and hence every new workshop is improved and better. I would not shy away from accepting that many times, I come across situations where Photographers ask questions which sound unfamiliar, but with genuine efforts I realize the real connection between these softwares and the practical needs. Recently I met a Fine Art Photographer in GK1, who had attended my workshop 3 years back at APEX Photography Academy. Now she had moved from Lightroom3 to Lightroom5, which added hell lot of confusion for her in Photo-management. So this weekend, we discussed Library module of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom in detail. This was first time, I got exposed to the fact that how this upgrade thing can be confusing for Photographers. Going forward I am going to add it to my module and would surely discuss upgrade aspect in workshops and 1:1s. There were lot of questions which I tried to answer and will post these answers in details for benefit of other Indian Lightroomers. So watch this space for more on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.

Teaching/Coaching is a great way to learn and that's why I have been doing Post-Processing workshops for a long time now. There has been an year that I had stopped doing these meet-ups or workshops, but now again finding time during the weekends to conduct these 1:1s or group workshops. 

Every time I meet a Pro Photographer, I learn a lot about the real Photography workflows which helps me understand the overall Photo management and editing needs in Indian market. All this is an incremental process. I learn from these Photographers, include these inputs in my 2 days workshops and hence every new workshop is improved and better.

I would not shy away from accepting that many times, I come across situations where Photographers ask questions which sound unfamiliar, but with genuine efforts I realize the real connection between these softwares and the practical needs. 

Recently I met a Fine Art Photographer in GK1, who had attended my workshop 3 years back at APEX Photography Academy. Now she had moved from Lightroom3 to Lightroom5, which added hell lot of confusion for her in Photo-management. So this weekend, we discussed Library module of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom in detail. This was first time, I got exposed to the fact that how this upgrade thing can be confusing for Photographers. Going forward I am going to add it to my module and would surely discuss upgrade aspect in workshops and 1:1s.

There were lot of questions which I tried to answer and will post these details on blog for benefit of other Indian Lightroomers. So watch this space for more on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.

Comments

Anonymous said…
wow, I want to attend a workshop too... I hope I manage to find one in Mumbai. :-)
Hey Archana, I would recommend http://laurashoe.com/ to learn Lightroom online.


Rajesh said…
Interesting experiences.
That's true Rajesh.

Every such session offers so much to learn.

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