Photoshop remains the most powerful digital imaging software available. Knowing how to best use Photoshop in your post production workflow is essential, even when using other applications such as Lightroom and Nik plug-ins. This workshop will get to the heart of Photoshop for photographers.
• Using Adobe Camera Raw for non-destructive image editing
• The Power And Ease Of Using Smart Objects
• Utilizing Layers and Layer Masking
• The magic of Content Aware Fill/Scale/Move
• How To Efficiently Collage Images
• Creating Panoramas
• Photorealistic HDR
Requirements: You should be using Photoshop CS4, CS5 or CS6.
After Workshop Benefits: Post-Workshop Website; Blog; Follow-up On-Line meeting
For one week following the workshop, Bob will moderate a “Workshop Blog” where students can post and discuss class questions. Follow-up 1- hour On-Line meeting (with open-mic & PC sharing)for class members. (a $29 value). A ”Workshop Website” with notes and resource links. Plus all participants will receive a $25 OFF coupon on the purchase of any Digital Silver Imaging printing, framing, matting, or mounting purchase of $50 or more.
When: Saturday, January 26, 9:30am – 1pm
Cost: $99.00, Bring a friend $89.00 each at time of payment.
Bob DiNatale’s Bio:
Photographer and teacher, Bob conducts workshops, lectures and private instruction in all areas of digital photography… specializing in 1-on-1 Online Training. He began serious photography in 1965 and has explored conventional darkroom techniques in both B&W and color. Bob presented his first digital media production in 1984, founded the Olympus School of Digital Photography in 1998, is Adobe Certified in Photoshop Lightroom and continues to work at the leading edge of digital technology. A Nikon School instructor, along with his work at Polaroid R&D in silver emulsions and a US patent in color printing, give Bob a broad base in film photography. As digital photography continues advance, Bob blends his experience in both film & digital photography to offer a unique perspective and understanding in digital imaging.