Hot air balloon over the temples of Bagan, Burma

During PhotoFest 2015, here in Sedona, I will be doing two workshops and a seminar. This workshop, Photoshop for Photographers will be a fun time with lots of info diving into into my favorite program.

Photoshop is a photographers best friend and this one day workshop is designed for photographers of any level who would like to broaden their understanding of this amazing program. From  the subtle nuances or powerful aspects of working in camera raw to the dreamlike and ethereal quality achievable by converting images to black and white or sepia, the demonstration day in the classroom will help open your eyes to the possibilities of what you can achieve with postprocessing, using Photoshop.

This one day workshop includes demonstration, lecture and Question and Answer of Photoshop & the Raw workflow, layers and layer masks, retouching techniques, HDR and  much more. 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.  Demonstrations will cover how to process, adjust, correct, and manipulate captured images, including different techniques to work on images from the previous days “Nude in the Landscape” workshop.

From people to landscapes to travel, all kinds of images will be worked on along with a variety of tools and techniques including many creative ways using textures and Photoshop plug-ins that can play a big role in creating one-of-a-kind images

TUITION: $200.00

To register for the workshop, please click on this link and it will take you to the Sedona Art Center info and sign up page. You may also call them and ask and other questions at (928) 282-3809.