Photoshop for Photographers workshop in Sedona
November 15-16th, 2014 at Yavapai College
Photoshop is a photographers best friend and this hands on workshop is designed for photographers of any level who would like to broaden their understanding of this amazing program. A basic understanding of Photoshop is required for this workshop as this is not an "introduction" to the program. Instruction will cover the digital workflow using the three components of the program; Bridge, Camera Raw and Photoshop and will focus on the importance of working in raw. Lectures and exercises cover how to process, adjust, correct, and manipulate captured images. A variety of tools and techniques including some of the best Photoshop plugins will be explored to transform images into the desired outcome, and give a complete understanding of this powerful program. The course ends with a raffle where students have the chance to win their own copy of some of the plug-ins demonstrated in class.
TUITION: $325 (includes your $60.00 lab fee)
This is the link to read more and to register at the Sedona Arts Center for this class.
Payment Options: Students may pay in full or choose the payment-plan option during registration. The payment plan requires a non-refundable $100 deposit with the balance due 30 days before the first day of the workshop.
1. Importing files into Bridge
2. Setting up Bridge
3. Flagging files
4. Adding keywords
5. Opening layered files in Photoshop
6. Batch renaming
1. Working in the raw workflow
2. Understanding the tools & sliders
3. Navigating through camera raw
4. Working with color temperature, white balance, spot removal, noise reduction, adjustment brush, graduated filter, clarity, vibrance, vignetting, file sizes, etc.
1. Setting up Photoshop
2. Which tools are for what?
3. Going through the menus
4. Using layers & later masks
5. Understanding what is needed in a particular photograph
6. Dodging and burning
7. Retouching with different tools
8. Resolution and resizing
9. Sharpening, cropping, liquify, free transform, selections, lens correction, etc.
10. Using plug-in filters
11. Making selections
12. Saving files, backing up & more