Program Description: Image editing applications like Lightroom are wonderful for most of our image-developing needs. However, Photoshop provides more options and better control for some types of adjustments and can also do things that just are not possible in other applications. In this presentation, we will take a look at examples of some next level techniques and tools in Photoshop such as luminosity masks, smart objects, blending methods, targeted color adjustments and advanced image clean-up.
Level: This class is well suited for intermediate to advanced Photoshop users, however it is also good for beginners and non-Photoshop users to see the art of what's possible.
Class will be recorded: For those who register, this class will be recorded and made available for a full 30 days after the date of the class. So, if you cannot attend 'in person' via Zoom, please register and you can watch it until January 9th (as many times as you like)!
About our Speaker: Sean Bagshaw is a landscape and travel photographer, photography educator and experience junkie based in Ashland, Oregon. Sean's full-time photography career started in 2004 and before that was a middle school science teacher. He began taking photos in college to record and share his adventures on rock climbs and mountaineering expeditions. Now he spends a lot of his time chasing light and sleeping in a van down by the river. Photography has provided Sean with some wonderful opportunities. At the top of the list are being a member of the photography team, Photo Cascadia, and working with Tony Kuyper, the luminosity mask pioneer. Sean's previous career as a science teacher makes photography education a good fit so when he's not creating Sean enjoys teaching and sharing what he knows about photography and image developing with others. He teams up with fellow Photo Cascadia members leading workshops around the world. He also teaches digital image developing classes, lectures and offers Photoshop video tutorials through his website and YouTube channel.