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3:00 pm

Virtual – Photoshop for Photographers Two 3 Hour Sessions w/Mickey Strand

September 19 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Palm Beach Photographic Centre, 415 Clematis St.
West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States
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Virtual - Photoshop for Photographers with Mickey Strand 2 Days - September 19, & 21, 2022 from 3:00 - 6:00 pm EST This class is geared for anyone who wants to work on images in Photoshop. You don’t have to have any Photoshop experience. You must have the application installed on your computer and have launched the application. (Follow this link for a free Photoshop trial) The class will meet in 2 sessions, for 3 hours each session. Please allow additional time in your schedule if the class gets interactive and goes over time. This is a Photoshop Soup-2-nuts, (3hr) lesson each day. Each lesson will be broken down into segments (this is the watching part of the show and tell). Each of these segments will be Followed by a Demo/Do’s (this is where you launch the app and follow along). there will be one short break and a Q/A period included in each segment. Some of the segments will focus on demonstration and definitions but there is always time for you to demonstrate what you have learned. Below is just a surface scratching of all the amazing Adobe Photoshop we will cover. September 19th Lesson 1 -The interface: Learn the vocabulary of the items on your screen and how to set photoshop up for working as a photographer, and how to

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6:00 pm

Virtual – Using the New Masking Tools to take your images beyond the ordinary

September 19 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Palm Beach Photographic Centre, 415 Clematis St.
West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States

 Adobe recently made some huge changes to the Develop module in Lightroom and the Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop. Learn how to use the new masking tools to take you images to the next level. There is a famous quote by Ansel Adams, the renowned landscape photographer, “The negative is the equivalent of the composer’s score, and the print the performance.” Ansel was famous for having such luminous black and white prints, with full tonal ranges from deep blacks to glowing whites. A lot of the skill to make those images look so great, it was Adams ability to print in the darkroom using a variety of tools to burn (darken) and dodge (lighten) portions of his images to direct the viewers eye, and to make his image radiate light. For the digital photographer of today the quote would be, “The raw file is the equivalent of the composer’s score, and the processed file the performance.” The tools we have for crafting these raw files from the ordinary to the extraordinary are the Masking Tools. In Adobe Camera Raw or Lightroom these tools consist of the new Select Sky; Select Subject; Color Range and Luminance Range as well as the older Adjustment Brush, the Radial Filter, and the Graduated Filter. Learn how to merge masks, intersect masks and more. With

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