Photographing for the Print
Tony L Corbell, Photographer/WHCC Director of Education
Follow along as Tony discusses the importance of correct exposure, correct color balance and solid foundation in image workflow in order to upload a file rich in detail, color and impact. In this show we'll discuss working to eliminate hot spots in outdoor backgrounds, proper lighting for high key images and making the image fit within the technical limitations of a print. Light quality and light quantity will be illustrated as part of the workflow process.
Tony L
Photographer/WHCC Director of Education
Teaching almost exclusively about photographic lighting and workflow, Tony passed a major milestone having taught more than 600 seminars and workshops. He has spoken in 46 U.S. cities and numerous countries throughout the world including London, Glasgow, Dublin, Toronto, Vancouver, Mexico City, Sydney, Italy, New Zealand, Dubai, and Nova Scotia. His Basic Studio Lighting book from publisher Random House (AmPhoto) has been popular worldwide and is the basis for numerous photographic college lighting courses as is the popluar Nik Software: CAPTURED he wrote with Josh Haftel. Tony has written articles in almost every major photographic magazine in the U.S., Japan, the U.K., and China.

Intro and Setting up the Camera
Establish metering
Determine white balance
The effectiveness of the NEW ISO
Metering The Ambient Scene
Manage scene contrast
Understand Historgrams
Eliminatiing lighting problems
Imrpoving Light Quality
Optimize the Studio Portrait
Main light
Background light
Accent light
High key and Low key
Using the Incident Meter in the Studio
Proper placement
Measuring for printable contrast
Exporting from Lightroom for the print
Saving in Photoshop for the print