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November 2015 Program Meeting
November 3, 2015 @ 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Focus Program Meeting – Presentation by Terri Mieger on ‘Lightroom and Miscellany’
Lightroom is a well-recognized and beloved program for managing and editing photographs. While all photographers should give serious consideration to its various capabilities, not everyone is convinced of its relevance to them. Rather than discussing its virtues, Terry Mieger will discuss and describe a real workflow process using Lightroom in our final program of the year.
Terry will throw in a bit of integration with external editing, presets, and plugins (i.e., Topaz effects) to demonstrate the process of a making a finished photographic product. To round out the discussion, Terry will provide a few hints on how to use your camera and other equipment to optimize your results and generate better images. This will be a great opportunity to expand your photographic processing skills and provide stimulating ideas that you can explore during the dark hours of winter. Bring your Lightroom and plugin questions and, hopefully, you may just get some answers.
After retiring from 40 years in the Science classroom, photography became the focus of Terry’s life. It actually started in the early 1950s, with an Argus C-3 camera, a roll of Kodachrome film and the Colorado scenery. As a student at Colorado State University in the mid 1960s’, he studied large format photography and macro photography working with biological and architectural subjects.
Progressing from a darkroom in the upstairs bathroom to the digital revolution, in 2013, he formed Chaos Photo Inc. Teaching photography and digital darkroom with workshops and personal consultation he specializes in Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop and Topaz plugins. He has done many presentations and workshops for photography clubs and organizations specializing in various types of photography, workflow, Lightroom and Photoshop. He has judged many photographic competitions for clubs and various organizations. While his current personal work is focused on birds and wildlife, Terry has a great appreciation for all types of photography.