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April 2018 Program Meeting
April 13, 2018 @ 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Focus Program Meeting – Presentation by Dan Greenberg on ‘Image Repair and Enhancement Techniques’
The program will cover a variety of different ideas for how to make images better using various tools such as Lightroom, Photoshop, third party plug ins from Topaz, Nik and OnOne and HDR software.
Learn about various photo fixing and enhancement techniques including:
- Certain masking shortcuts
- Sky replacement
- The use of basic HDR to fix images, deal with contrast problems and something Dan calls “the double HDR application technique”
- Exploration of uses of blending modes include the split mode technique when using filters
- Highlights of some of the things Dan does with filters from Topaz, Nik and OnOne
- Things that can be done with otherwise ruined images
- Various other production shortcuts mostly using Lightroom.
Dan Greenberg is a photographer specializing in fine art automotive photography, based in Parker, Colorado. He has been photographing vehicles of all types at car events, in salvage yards, at custom portrait sessions and many other places and situations for over thirty years. His work has been published in car magazines as well as in his own series of self-published and ever growing series of car art books available on Blurb.com.
His interest in cars and photography began at a very early age. Beginning at age 12, he learned how to repair cars while working at his father’s gas station. His interest and obsession with them started then and continues now.
Dan’s love for photography began in fifth grade. By his early twenties, the two interests came together and the continual search for beautiful and interesting automotive subjects began. Other photographic interests include travel, architecture, wildlife and many others.
Dan is a computer software system architect/developer and the owner of Freedom of Information, Inc. He has been a member of Focus since 2004 and started and ran the Focus website for its first 8 years.