The last Adobe Lightroom workshop was a huge success. Please find below the details of the next one!
ADOBE LIGHTROOM WORKSHOP 20th November 2015 £99
A great opportunity for you to learn new Adobe Lightroom skills and techniques.
Its on Friday 20th November based at The Flash Centre, Mount Street Business Centre, Birmingham.
This workshop will cover all of the necessary skills to improve your images and workflow, including importing, processing, keywording and exporting your images.
For more details of the course content please see here: https://ianbutlerphotography.wordpress.com/adobe-lightroom/
Excellent value at £99 per person for up to 8 people
To book your place please contact Ian on firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile 07709 492484
I am running an Adobe Lightroom Workshop at The Flash Centre on Friday 3rd July 2015. If you are interested in attending please get in touch with me. More information on the course content can be found here: https://ianbutlerphotography.wordpress.com/adobe-lightroom/
£99 per person for up to 8 people.
See image for details of the day.
Another image from my recent trip to Venice. This time an image of the gondola’s lined up with the San Giorgio Maggiore in the background.
Venician gondola’s, Venice, Italy, July,2012.
Canon 5D mk3 with Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L lens.
When we stepped out of the elevator at the top of the Camponile the views were breathtaking. Luckily for me, the morning had started off quite cloudy so the heat haze wasn’t as strong as the previous days so visibility was still good for photography. Looking at all of the streets and houses and how compact they are, its no wonder we got lost on several occasions! 🙂 It was like a maze in there and from this height reminds of the ‘Where’s Wally’ books! (Still can’t find him in this though! 😉 )
This view is looking north from the tower with mainland Italy just visible on the horizon.
Vienna, Italy, July, 2012.
Canon 5D mkIII and Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L lens
Another one of Venice taken from the Camponile Tower in St Marks Square. From this height if you look south-south west you can see across the Grand Canal over to the Santa Maria della Salute (Cathedral in the top right) and also the island of Giudecca (in the top left) with the Chiesa del Redentore (Redentore Church) visible.
Vienna, Italy, July, 2012.
Canon 5D mkIII and Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L lens.
I’ve just returned from a very special 30th birthday present to Venice, Italy. I would highly recommend anybody thinking about visiting Venice to go as it’s a wonderful city with so many different things to see. Very unlike me, I only took one body and one lens as it wasn’t a photographic trip but I still managed to spend half an hour capturing the Rialto Bridge during twilight.
This image was captured as two separate landscape images knowing I would stitch them together (very carefully!) using Photoshop. As it was the 5D3 I used to take the images with the end file size was 104mb!
Rialto Bridge, Venice, Italy.
Canon 5d MKIII and Canon 24-70mm f/2.8L lens. 25secs @ f/14, ISO100.
Todays image is a bit different from my usual photography. This is a concept I’ve had in my head for some while now and have finally just finished it. This image is manipulated from 6 other images and blended together in photoshop. I have taken all of the images needed at my studio. I wanted to show the symbolic meaning of how an acorn can grow into a mighty oak.
Canon 1D MkIV with Canon 17-40mm f/4 L lens (for tree) and Sigma 150mm f/2.8 macro lens (for acorn).
This image can be viewed larger by clicking on the image or can be viewed at istock here: