It’s New Class Thursday!


Adobe InDesign for Photographers: Creating a Trifold Brochure, with Dave Clayton
Photographers need collateral material to further promote their brands, but InDesign can be intimidating to new users. Join Dave Clayton for a step-by-step approach to creating a trifold brochure for your photography business. Even if you don’t know where to start, Dave will take you through the process of gathering up all of your materials, customizing the InDesign workspace, and then putting all of your copy, photographs, icons, and logo together in a stylish design that is simple, professional, and ready to deliver to the printer. By the end of the class you’ll have gained enough confidence in using InDesign to take on new projects and elevate your skills to the next level.

Throwback Thursday
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Last Week’s Winner
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  1. I’m reading your 2015 book “LightroomCC” (I think that it’s the 3rd version of your Lightroom books that I’ve bought). Page 162 deals with correcting the over-exposure in a picture of a building’s pillars with the sky to the right. You comment that you “totally trashed the exposure.” I just finished Bob DiNatale’s “The optimum digital exposure” in which he advocates deliberately biasing exposure to the right far enough to just avoid data loss through clipping (as determined by Lightroom’s lab value’s).

    That contrast raised a question: What’s your take on exposure to the right, and do you address that in any of your books?

    Very respectfully,
    Larry Root

    1. Hi Larry. I know technically that it may be true (that “expose to the right” idea has been around for many years) and I’ve tried it myself, and while you can prove that it technically exists with a histogram, I’ve yet to see it make an actual visible difference in any images that I’ve tried the technique on myself. I’m NOT saying it doesn’t work. I’m saying I haven’t been able to see a difference. Try it yourself and see if you see a difference. If you do, then you’re all set. :)

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