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About margaretbonson

  • Birthday 03/31/1991

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  • Main editing computer
    Mac laptop
  • Editing software
    Lightroom with Photoshop
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  • Cameras, lenses and other photographic equipment
    Canon 70D

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  1. They do, and apparently are known for their excellent customer service
  2. Great, thanks again! I feel like my thinking is off right now but.. if I am trying to save a portrait shape photo for web, can I set the width to 2000 px?
  3. Can you help me with batch saving PSD files to jpegs for web output? The workflow would be... add watermark, sharpen for web, flatten image, resize for web, save as for web. Am I missing anything?
  4. Hi Damien, Looking back through this thread makes me laugh... Anyway, I upgraded to a more professional webpage and I'm trying to get it under way... I just need some preparing images for upload ... Here is a tutorial from the website company https://help.pro.photo/wordpress/images-media-library/prepare-images-for-upload/ Here is what I am assuming from this: 1. Open photo in PS 2. Use the crop tool, W x H x Resolution, set width to 2000 px 3. Then what should I set my height? 4. File, save - as .. then what? Thanks Damien.
  5. Ok. How much more levels work until I can get into the skin class?
  6. Got it. Thanks for the help! *what is the resolution that my images should be saving at?*
  7. Okay that sounds easy enough. Is ppi and dpi the same thing? Am I saying something wrong?
  8. “It will be on a 5 ft by 7.5 ft banner. It will probably take up 1/3 or 1/2 of it. “ Exact words from my client.
  9. Hey Damien, A client wants a banner size print. The only info they are giving me is that it needs to be 300 dpi and high resolution. What other info do I need from the lab? How do I go about this? Thanks!
  10. Hey Damien, First of all want to say that your classes have changed my editing life and I still have so much to re-read, practice, and learn. I took the RAW, layers and masks, and levels class. My editing just seems to be missing the wow factor... I play and play and play and can't seem to be satisfied. I do have a lot left to learn in camera as far as achieving perfect exposure, but I feel that I can still do so much more in post processing. I'm applying the quick mask and editing particular areas of the photo like you taught in levels. That gives my photos a good extra punch, but like I said, I want more. I'm trying to mess around artistically, but I can't seem to get it right. Should I get into Levels deluxe? Will this help me significantly? Or should I post in the area where you help achieve a certain look? Just looking for the next step to step up my game. Thanks!
  11. seems to be a stupid question but once I download the jpeg from my website how do I get all the info back for its size, pixels, etc. that I need to check?
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