I’ll be teaching my Photoshop workflow at Watkins College this summer in a one day workshop titled “Photoshop Workflow for Photographers.”
Workflows are how you turn your photo into the art you want it to be. Much like a recipe, it tells you what ingredients to use, when to add them, and how to mix it all together.
While it’s possible to get good results with complex processes, there is an easier way. I’ll show you the shortest path to get to fine-art quality results, with a proven workflow I’ve used for over twenty years to make tens of thousands of fine art prints for thousands of clients and countless gallery museum and gallery shows.
By using just four primary adjustments and combining those adjustments with layer masks to make local changes, you can work quickly and efficiently with limitless control. This makes Photoshop nearly as easy to use as Lightroom, but with the infinite degrees of refinement and precision that Photoshop offers. In fact, the only reason I use Lightroom is to catalog my files. I don’t do any adjustment work in Lightroom because it just doesn’t offer me the control I have in Photoshop.
If you are ready to take the next step in your photography, gain more control, and make more expressive photos, then sign up today on the Watkins College website.
The workshop runs from 10AM to 4PM on June 23, and costs $110. I’m looking forward to seeing you there and helping change the way you do Photoshop.
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