Sports photography learns to edit

Tim Morley, the instructor of the sports photography class, is teaching his students how to capture quality pictures in what he calls “an experimental setting.” He explains this setting as an environment that puts students in positions where they must adjust the lighting of the room or the settings of their camera in order for the image to be the best quality possible.

Once the sports photography students pick and choose their favorite photos, Morley teaches them how to edit their images using Adobe Bridge coupled with Adobe Photoshop.

“[The students] are learning to catalog, color, edit, and lighten their pictures,” Morley said.

Photo editing programs help students create the perfect image in the case of not being in an ideal photography environment.

Tim Morley's sports photography students edit the action photos they captured around Michigan State's campus using Adobe Bridge and Adobe Photoshop. Photo credit: Kristen Hiser

Tim Morley’s sports photography students edit the action photos they captured around Michigan State’s campus using Adobe Bridge and Adobe Photoshop. Photo credit: Kristen Hiser

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