As I mentioned in my previous post, this Thursday evening I will be running a free 45 minute workshop during GeekFest Sharjah. The workshop will be focused on post-processing to give you a little taste of what’s possible with a few curves in Photoshop.
At the same time I will be announcing a day long workshop towards the end of April (most likely 20th and 21st of April) involving shooting in a couple of nice locations for half a day and post-processing those images together for half a day in a conference room. I’m very excited about this and I should have some cool locations lined up for it!
Now on to the image for today… One of the most impressive places to visit in Lisbon is the JerÃ³nimos Monastery with its beautiful Manueline architecture (a kind of late Gothic architecture – Portuguese style) and this is a shot of the Church of Santa Maria which is attached to the JerÃ³nimos Monastery. It’s a beautiful church and for a great overview the balcony above the aisle can be accessed from inside the monastery.
In terms of post-processing, this is a bit heavier, mixing a few different exposures to bring out some of the beautiful colours in the stained glass and in the columns.