Adobe Educator Summit 2016
A few weeks ago I was a last minute invite to the Adobe Educator Summit. It was a Fabulous week with 20 outstanding educators. Juianne Kost Led the week and Colin Smith did a Adobe Premier and Drone lesson. Randy Braun gave a great introduction to drones and we all had hands on time learning the basics of flying a drone out at the Eaves Movie Ranch. Katrin Eismann gave a talk on the modern digital workflow. Throughout the week we were given 3 assignments, one to make a video with your team, Two to use Adobe Mix, Adobe Fix and Lightroom Mobile to create an image ,and last to create a 6 image series. As you can tell it was non - stop from early morning until late at night. Yes we may have had a bourbon or two during the week. Here are some of my images.
One of the things I thought about in creating this series in four days was cohesiveness. How do you do that? I chose a neighborhood I have been wanting to photograph. Then over four days I had about about four hours to get into the neighborhood and shoot. One shot was from a morning walk with Nina, my dog in the neighborhood where I live. The streets have a similar feel. After the initial edit down to twelve images I had to get tough and narrow the work down to 6. Next I processed them in Lightroom then a little help from Photoshop to clean up dust from my sensor. I need to clean that sensor! I was feeling good about the images I chose, but feeling I could take the images one step further to unify them. I pulled out an old action I used to love that was a toy camera look. Ran it on all the images and then went back in and created a sepia look using Hue and Saturation. I felt the series did well when we all shared our work with the group.
Thank you everyone from Adobe and all the educators who participated and made the week spectacular!
Keywords: Adobe, Adobe Educator Summit, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop, Bob Rose, Colin Smith, Heather Protz, Julianne Kost, Katrin Eismann, Randy Braun, Santa Fe, Shoot More
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