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 UploaderTutorials Now AvailableLightroom 5: Creating FocusPhotoshop: Content Aware FillLightroom: White Balance and ColorLightroom: Black & White ConversionErin 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.
Shooting The Deep Wrecks of Presque Isle with Bradley Sheard
The chilly water off Presque Isle, Michigan is home to a unique aggregation of intact wooden sailing ships, many with masts still standing, resting serenely on the bottom. Hundreds of wrecks have succ...Read More