Our in-house expert Erin Quigley will answer your Lightroom and Photoshop questions in a series of online video tutorials, using images submitted by YOU!Underwater,Photography,Tutorials,Lightroom,Photoshop,Creative Cloud,Training,Erin

Introducing Go Ask Erin

Do your images have potential but no pizazz? Are your post-production skills less than epic? The trick to being a good editor is having lots of techniques at your disposal, and the best way to learn them is to watch a pro at work.



In this new feature sponsored by Backscatter, our in-house expert Erin Quigley will answer your Lightroom and Photoshop questions in a series of online video tutorials, using images submitted by YOU! Upload your favorite fixer-upper for a chance to have your photo featured in a GoAskErin video. You'll not only get your image back all shiny and new from its fresh coat of professional post-processing, but you'll be able to see under the hood as Erin works her magic on your shot in Lightroom and Photoshop *.



Learning her pro tips and techniques will help you maximize the potential in all your shots. To submit your image for a chance to have it featured in one of her bi-monthly videos, submit it via our easy uploader. Along with your image, ask Erin a question or include a brief description of what you'd like to fix in your photo.















Use the Image Uploader







Tutorials Now Available


Lightroom 5: Creating Focus

Photoshop: Content Aware Fill

Lightroom: White Balance and Color

Lightroom: Black & White Conversion









Erin Quigley is a Adobe ACE certified digital imaging consultant specializing in customized workflows and editing strategies using Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. She is an award-winning underwater photographer and video editor, and creator of GoAskErin.com, which provides one-on-one instruction, custom video tutorials, and Photoshop and Lightroom resources specifically developed for underwater shooters.













*We may receive many submissions, and while we will try to use your image(s) in a future tutorial, there is no guarantee that your image(s) will be chosen.




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