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Oregon Workshops Are On!

Registration Extended Through April 30th

Photograph the Oregon Coast, May 9-13, 2021

I’m excited to announce that both the Oregon Waterfalls & Coastal Landscapes and Portland Digital Infrared workshops are moving forward as planned. I’m conducting both of these workshops with my Image Doctors Podcast co-host, Rick Walker.

We’ve extended the registration deadline to April 30th, so if you’re looking for an amazing week of photography, please consider joining these photo events! Can’t make these events? See my complete workshop calendar here.

May 9-13, 2021 from Portland, Oregon

May 13-14, 2021 in Portland, Oregon

Camera RAW 13.2: Super Resolution

Double the size of your RAW files without losing detail

Today, Adobe released Camera Raw 13.2. Like most updates to Camera Raw, this one includes new camera and lens support. However, Adobe has added a new feature in Camera Raw 13.2 called “Super Resolution.” This new feature uses AI technology to double the linear pixel dimensions of your image files, including RAWs. The result is an image with 4x the resolution of the original with remarkable detail preservation. This new feature creates a “supersized” DNG format raw file from your camera raw image that can be opened in Photoshop. This new feature is not yet in Lightroom, but it will be arriving soon.

Mastering Lightroom for Bird Photography

Online Class with Jason Odell, Monday, Feb. 8th

Discover how to work with bird and wildlife images in Adobe Lightroom Classic with Jason P. Odell

I’m pleased to offer online training Monday, February 8th. Mastering Lightroom for Bird Photography is a comprehensive look at using Adobe Lightroom Classic for managing, keywording, and processing bird and wildlife photos.

When: Monday, Feb 8th, 2021 1-2:30pm US Mountain Time
(check the time in your area here)
All registered participants will receive a video replay link! Registration closes prior to the class start. You must be registered before the class starts in order to attend.