Bird Photo - Editing Workflow
You’ve just returned home from a morning's birding trip with a camera full of photos, now you’re ready to go through them all, edit them, and post them for the world to admire! Capturing a beautiful photo of a bird is only the first step in producing a great image. Having a structures workflow for editing your bird images will increase your changes of producing a great image.
To improve the efficiency of your bird photo editing efforts, it's essential to create a workflow that allows you to simplify the process. It doesn’t take very long to create a simple checklist that you can use in each editing session. This way, you can be sure that no step is missed, and that you handle each phase in an organized manner. A bit of work up front will save you hours of time in the future.
The focus of this 90-minute photography clinic is reviewing a structured workflow for editing bird photos. The topics we will cover include:
- Reviewing your image
- Basic Tonal Adjustments
- Topaz DeNoise & Topaz Sharpen
- Cropping the image & Composition
- Resizing your image
- Exporting your image
To complete your Bird Photo Editing journey, I would also recommend attending these additional Photography Clinics:
- Image Re-sizing and Upscaling
- Understanding and managing ISO
- Basics of Cloning and healing in Photoshop