Articles & News Tagged “Erin Quigley”
Erin Quigley announces Webinar series
New tutorials from Erin Quigley
Digital imaging guru Erin Quigley has added two new tutorials to her GoAskErin site. The first is entitled “The secret life of collections in Lightroom” and explains how these can be used as powerful organizational tools, while the second “Texture vs Clarity vs Dehaze” shows how the effects of these adjustments vary and how they can be used on different images.
Workflow improvements in Photoshop CC
Lightroom and Photoshop guru Erin Quigley has pointed out 2 important changes in the most recent version of Photoshop CC. Release 20.0.5 has options to revert the constrain proportions function by holding the shift key and also not require the shift key in order to toggle through tool options.
Erin Quigley adds Lightroom and Photoshop tutorials
Last spaces: Erin Quigley Photoshop workshop in aid of Dive into the Pink
Lightroom and Photoshop guru Erin Quigley has a couple of spaces left on her Photoshop Intensive workshop coming up at her LA studio on October 12 to 14? She describes it as “three days of non-stop (almost) Photoshop fun.” All proceeds of this workshop will benefit cancer charity Dive into the Pink.
Lightroom and Photoshop tutorials available from Erin Quigley
Lightroom and Photoshop guru Erin Quigley runs excellent training sessions specifically aimed at underwater photographers. In conjunction with this, she has published a series of free tutorials and these are all now available via a single landing page on her website. There is a mixture of lessons for Lightroom and Photoshop and there are techniques suitable for both beginner and advanced users.
GoAskErin tutorials: The Master List
Underwater photographer and post processing guru, Erin Quigley has posted a page on her blog giving the links to all her current GoAskErin Photoshop and Lightroom tutorials. These include “classics” like her backscatter removal and puppet warp tutorials as well how to use Lightrooms radial and graduated filter tools to “reposition” your strobes and using the adjustment brush to paint in exposure, clarity and contrast.