November 17, 10am—5pm
To make Photoshop work for you, you need a workflow; a process and a structure that guides what steps to take, what tools to use, and when to use them.
This workshop takes you through my Photoshop workflow. I’ll teach you what tools I use, what order to use them in, how they work, and why I use them.
Through hands on exercises, you’ll learn how to use adjustment layers for a non-destructive workflow. You’ll also learn to use layer masks, one of the most powerful features of Photoshop. Special attention will be given to the use of curves to control contrast, density, and create rich highlights and shadows.
You should walk away from this workshop feeling confident that you can learn and use Photoshop to create top-notch results. My workflow is simple yet powerful. It doesn’t rely on tricks or gimmicks, but on the fundamentals of photography.
I’ve used these tools and workflow to make gallery prints for some of America’s finest photographers. They expect prints that don’t look “digital” or “fake” from over-processing or poor technique. It has been used to create tens of thousands of prints by me and the Master Printmakers who worked under me, and taught to hundreds of photographers on workshops like this one. It is a proven workflow that will unlock the full potential of your photography.
My workflow is so fundamental to the results I achieve that this workshop is for you regardless your skill level. I know you will benefit from this information, gain a more in-depth understanding of Photoshop, and the creative approach to its use.
The class is hands-on. After each lesson, we’ll practice it to ensure you’ve grasped the concept. Mac laptops with Photoshop are available for free, or you can bring your own.
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