Retouching is now an essential part of a photographer’s workflow. As such, this workshop is designed to help participants understand the intricate process of retouching – including special considerations to be aware of – in order to achieve the best results possible.
The main tools and techniques involved in retouching a photograph will be explained in an easy to follow manner. The goal is to make complex editing tasks–such as matching skin tone and texture, removing distracting blemishes and cleaning up unwanted details–accessible and easy to replicate. These lessons–provided through structured modules–will allow you to successfully apply these techniques to your own work whenever required.
Cost: $65 Register by Friday, April 19th and receive $10 off!
INSTRUCTOR: SETH PARR
*Please note that a basic knowledge of Photoshop is required for this class. This workshop will include a brief re-orientation of Photoshop’s interface, tools, and menu selections.
For more information or to register call Christina Katsolis at (386)506-4569 or email Christina.Katsolis@daytonastate.edu