About Shutha Workflow Courses
The computer is the darkroom of the digital photographer. These courses provide step-by-step instructions for you to build, use and maintain your digital photography system. They start with workflow based on Adobe Lightroom, and then move on to describe the computer hardware you will need.
I have looked at all of the current software offerings for digital photographers, and the one I think you should use is Adobe Lightroom. Lightroom provides nearly everything you need to import, organize, adjust and output great digital photographs.
This Lightroom course is a comprehensive guide to understanding, setting up, and using Lightroom as the hub of your digital photography workflow.
Every computer has a number of different kinds of components. When you choose a computer for your digital photography work, you will need to know which of these components is most important and how to specify the right machine.
Our course, The Computer defines all the subsystems in a computer, and helps you understand which is most important. Note that digital storage has been broken out into its own course, outlined below.
Digital storage and backup
Data storage is one of the most critical issues for digital photographers. Images can be lost in the blink of an eye, wiping out days, months or years of work. This course outlines all the critical issues in digital storage, and helps you find the right one for your needs.
Camera scanning workflow
You can use a digital camera as a film scanner to quickly create high-quality digital images directly from film. This course outlines the hardware, software and workflow that you will want to use in this process.