Intermediate Photoshop Seminar

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My website has been updated. Most notable is a significant update to the pdf download “Lightroom Overview” which has been expanded. In addition there are two new articles on digital basics, “Light”, and “Aperture, Depth of Field and Diffraction”. Most of my articles are refined and revised on a regular basis. Most of them have been updated recently.

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A new seminar has been scheduled for Saturday, May 16th, 2020 at the Hershey Library. This seminar will target intermediate Photoshop users and will address image modifications using layers and masks.

Considering original camera capture as merely source material, post processing is how you refine the image and create the result you want. We will walk though several image refinements step by step showing how selection techniques, masking and blend modes can assist you in polishing a good image into a great one.

Doors open at 9:30 on May 16th. The fee is $45. My program and other offerings by the library are available on the Library Winter-Spring-2020 pdf

While the program is aimed at Photoshop using the latest version in the Creative Cloud, most of the techniques apply equally well to other versions of Photoshop and to recent versions of Adobe Elements as well. If you have any questions regarding this please contact me in advance by email at mail (at) brysonleidich.com or use the “email Bryson” link on the Learning page on my website.

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