I should be on a plane to Lesotho right now. I’m not. A back injury is keeping me from an adventure I was really excited about. I’m trying hard not to be totally bummed about it. But my loss is your gain because, friends, I’ve got nothing but time on my hands
So January is now Vision-Driven Workflow month. We launched After The Camera in the first days of January and I figure those 20 episodes ought to keep you busy for a while. But I also figure they might lead to some questions. So I’m going to use this time to get answers to those questions for you.
Now, I’m assuming you’re working through the AFTER THE CAMERA material – I spent a lot of time making it and the last thing I want to do is answer a question I have been pretty clear about in the videos. The 20-episode video series is still on sale for 25% off – making it still only $30. Now’s your chance. But if there’s something I can clear up for you, or perhaps a RAW image of your own that you’d like me to take crack at, I’d like to try.
This is highly experimental, but here’s how I’m hoping it’ll work:
LEAVE A QUESTION, as clearly as you can in the comments below or in this Facebook post. This has the potential to get out of hand if questions get left in a million places so only questions left in these two places will be answered. (Follow this LINK to Facebook)
SUBMIT AN IMAGE (OPTIONAL) I can only do a few of these but if you want to submit an image of your own and see how I’d approach it, submit an image link from Dropbox. You can give it to me in RAW or JPG, but the only way I will receive these is if you put a Dropbox link into the comments below. I won’t take emailed RAW images for obvious reasons.
WATCH THE VIDEO REPLIES. I will answer your questions by creating a handful of videos that I’ll post on the Craft & Vision You Tube channel. I will answer as many of the questions as I can and – depending on demand – release a couple episodes of Vision Is Better on my YouTube channel each week. Subscribing to the You Tube channel will just make sure you know when a new episode gets posted, so you don’t miss a thing. So depending on how this goes, your $30 purchase of this video series could get another couple hours of helpful additional material.
My hope is of course first to be helpful. I enjoy these times when we get to connect in some way. The more valuable I can be to you the happier I am. But I’m also hoping that you’ll see enough value in the After The Camera series, and these Live(ish) Q&A videos that you’ll want to share the love and tell others.This is part of how I make my living and the vast amount of sales come from people like you who honestly and enthusiastically recommend my resources to others. As always you have my gratitude for letting me be a part of your creative journey.
So, who’s first? What are your questions, frustrations, etc. about editing, organizing, and post-producing your images in Lightroom? I’ve got nothing but time friends, let me know how I can help.
Share this Post, Share the Love.