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January Online Classes: Get to know Adobe Photoshop

Discover the art of texture blending, January 7th online.

Adobe Photoshop used to be one of those software applications that only the pros could afford (or justify purchasing). However, now that Photoshop is included with the Adobe Photography Subscription, which is how many of us get their copy of Lightroom, it might be a good time to see what this powerful software can do for your photographs.

I’m teaching two classes this month that will utilize Adobe Photoshop to do things that you cannot do in Lightroom. All participants will receive a printable PDF notes companion.

Learn more after the jump… Continue reading January Online Classes: Get to know Adobe Photoshop

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Live Training Aug 27th: Luminosity Masking

Discover luminosity masks
Discover luminosity masks August 27th online

When: Saturday, August 27th
Time: 10am-Noon US Mountain Time (Noon-2pm Eastern)

Topics include
  • Creating Luminosity Masks with Photoshop actions
  •  Selecting the right mask
  • Adding/Subtracting and Intersecting Masks
  • Using Adjustment Layers with Luminosity Masks (curves/Photo filter/brightness-contrast)
  • Using Blending Modes to create unique effects (glow, vignette)
  • Using Luminosity Masks with HDR and High-Pass Sharpening Techniques

I will be presenting live online on how to create and use luminosity masks using the custom actions from my eBook, Mastering Luminosity Masks (Available for download here).

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Online Class Dec. 5th: Fundamentals of HDR Photography

Join me online Saturday, December 5th, 2015 to learn the keys to successful HDR photography
Join me online Saturday, December 5th, 2015 to learn the keys to successful HDR photography

When: Saturday, December 5th from 1-2:30pm US Mountain Time (3-4:30pm Eastern)

Where: Online class via GoTo Meeting

How to register: Registration is via my Meeup.com workshops page. If you’re not already a group member, just create a free profile and then you can register.

This online class is a great opportunity to learn about how HDR works and the best way to optimize camera and software settings to create your own HDR images, from completely natural to the surreal.

Attendees receive a printable PDF notes package and will be able to ask questions live during the presentation!

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Upcoming Online Photography Classes

Explore the art of digital monochrome, October 30th

Explore the art of digital monochrome, October 30th

I’ve scheduled several online classes for the coming weeks. I hope you can join me online. Participants will be able to ask questions and will receive a printable PDF notes package to go along with the presentation. My classes are open to photographers of all levels who wish to expand their understanding of digital photography and post-processing. Registration is through Meetup.com

Upcoming Classes

Mastering Monochrome with Silver Efex Pro 2:
October 30th 12-2pm US Mountain Time

Recommended for: Intermediate to advanced photographers who wish to explore how to create fine-art quality monochrome images using Nik Software’s Silver Efex Pro 2 plug-in for Photoshop/Lightroom

Register here

Creating Realistic HDR Images with Lightroom CC:
November 5th 12-2pm US Mountain Time

Recommended for:  Photographers of all levels who use Lightroom CC and wish to create natural HDR images

Register here

Image Management with Lightroom:
November 7th, 9am-noon US Mountain Time

Recommended for: Photographers of all levels who wish to learn more about how to manage and organize images in Adobe Lightroom.

Register here

How to Sharpen Images with Lightroom:
November 13th, 12-2pm US Mountain Time

Recommended for: Photographers of all levels who wish to learn how to get the best possible image sharpness using Adobe Lightroom

Register here

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Creating impact with a long exposure

A 54 second exposure transformed this scene from "nice" to "dynamic."
A 54 second exposure transformed this scene from “nice” to “dynamic.”

Of all the photographic techniques I’ve learned over the years, I have really come to enjoy creating long exposure images. A long exposure image can create a scene that is both based in reality and yet appears completely surreal, as time stretches across the frame.

Join me online Saturday, September 12th for an in-depth look at how I capture and process long exposure images. I’ll be covering a wide range of techniques and styles that I use in my photography.

RSVP here to join the online webinar

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