In my question of “what Live Training should I do next” (since we’ve pretty much covered the entire app now), a suggesting I rather liked was for me to take the audience through the treatment of a variety of images. I could do my own photos, but I think it’d be more interesting to do audience-submitted shots!
So here’s what I propose… if you want to submit a photo for consideration, upload a zipped folder it to this site’s dropbox including the RAW image and a text file with your name and email address, time zone and rough availability (evenings, weekends only, etc.). I’ll want to include you in the Live Training so we can discuss the image, and how it could or should be treated, live, which means you’ll need to be available when I do it. I’ll pick a time for the Live Training based on image submission. And yes you can submit more than one photo.
I want a variety of images with a variety of needs, for example difficult to recover or retouch, photos you thought were going to be awesome but just don’t “do it for you” now that they’re on screen, or even old favorites simply to get a different perspective on how to treat it.
Depending on submissions, I may do the Live Training later this week or on the weekend.
I have quite a few submissions, thanks folks — but can always use more!
Here’s the thing… I don’t have time to set up a real Live Training right now, as I’m leaving town tomorrow for several days. I think what I’ll do is record one or two of these and publish them; I’ll release them on YouTube for free at the lower quality, just as I have been for the last few Live Trainings, but there won’t be an actual Live Broadcast. And of course you’ll be able to download the high rez videos as well.