Some resources

There are lots of resources on the WCC website https://www.waverleycameraclub.org. In particular have a look at the resources page from the top menu https://www.waverleycameraclub.org/resources/ where there are a number of documents on how to do things.

If you are planning to enter club competitions, you will find the rules and instructions on file format at https://www.waverleycameraclub.org/competitions/rules/. If you want help getting your image into the right size and file name structure, I have made a simple web program to assist: http://austvic.com/wcc/ This will resize your image to be compatible with the competition requirements and assist in getting the correct file name format.

Here is a random collection of resources – I am using this post as a dropbox for useful things that I might incorporate into future (and already made) posts.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raw_image_format includes discussion of what RAW files are, benefits and drawbacks, software support including list of free and open source software and proprietary (usually not free) sofware.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image_editing

Adobe: Understanding Raw Files“; background on how camera sensors treat raw files

Bob Atkins: “Raw, JPEG, and TIFF“; common file formats compared.

Comparison of raster graphics editors https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_raster_graphics_editors

https://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/digital-photo-editing-workflow.htm

lots of tutorials and basics of photoshop https://www.photoshopessentials.com/

In Photoshop or Lightroom use menu Help or press F1 to open Adobe’s website with lots of tutorials and other resources (or https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-classic/tutorials.html and https://helpx.adobe.com/support/photoshop.html)

Remove a fence, wires, tram wires, powerlines etc from a photo

RELEVANT RESOURCES FROM WCC main site
https://www.waverleycameraclub.org/resources/

Monday & Wednesday night training

Workshops and presentations

Tutorials & How To’s

Post Processing Group

Post Processing for Beginners

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