Dean Editing Technique

                    Julius Dean's
                    Editing Techniques

Join us at the Shepherd of the Woods Church to see Julius Dean's photo editing techniques.


Regular  Club  Meeting  Room
Shepherd of the Woods Church

Shepherd of the Woods Church Details


Saturday, July 23, 2016

10 A.M



Julius Dean, Outing Leader
and Technical Leader
Home:(904) 731-8155
Cell:(904) 759-4652




Julius will take us from image capture through his editing process using Lightroom, NIK and Portrait Pro Studio.
Members do not need to bring any camera equipment to this outing.

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11 thoughts on “Dean Editing Technique”

  1. For someone that doesn’t use Lightroom, Nik or Portrait Pro, I sure learned a lot about photo post-processing. Thanks for sharing your “secrets” Julius. Half of those 100+ interruptions Jim J. mentions must have come from me.

  2. Julius showed us that there really is life without Photoshop! His successful approach to post-processing from a different point of view is a testament to the amazing creativity and talent that exists in this club. Thank you Julius!

  3. Thank you, Julius, I really enjoyed your presentation. Now you have me convinced that I don’t need to figure out how to use Photoshop to improve my photos. Love your approach of keeping things simple!!! Again, THANK YOU!!!

  4. Thank you, thank you Julius Dean!!!! A great presentation. Much, much patience with probably a 100+ interruptions for questions and requests to back up to previous images to repeat “how to’s”. Frankly this was the most member participation I’ve seen in a long time. You’ve got us fired up and want to do better!!!

  5. So the secret’s out – now we know how Julius produces such amazing art. The willingness to share it with us must surely enable us and our club to generate even more outstanding results from our passion for photography. A huge thanks Julius, but look out we’re coming for you!

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