|Workshop||Date & Time|
In-Gallery: Shooting on Manual to Maximize Creativity
All of the greatest photographers use their camera on the Manual setting. The reason is simple – Shooting on Manual maximizes your creativity by controlling the camera to capture images the same way you see them.
|Saturday, Oct. 2 9:00 am|
Getting Started with Adobe Bridge, Camera Raw & Photoshop with Farrell Scott
The trifecta of image management, processing and manipulation.
Photoshop is a beast of a program and can be quite intimidating to get started. This workshop will demystify all the fuss and break down the barriers so you learn to become confident and start to actually enjoy using Photoshop.
|Saturday, Oct. 9 9:00 am|
Expanding Your Creativity with Time and Motion With Lewis Kemper
Registration Note: For organizational purposes, please sign up for all Zoom workshops 24 hours in advance of the start date/time. If you sign up at a later time, you may not receive the hand-outs and Zoom link in a timely manner.
Today’s outdoor photographer has many options for expanding their creativity beyond that of a simple exposure. Using techniques such as Long Exposures, both day and night, we can now make photographs that dazzle the viewer.
|Saturday, Oct. 16 9:00 am|
In-Gallery: Lightroom: The Develop Module with Lewis Kemper
The Develop Module in Lightroom is a very powerful tool for taking your raw files and crafting them into your masterpieces. Mastering the Develop module will allow you take your image and process it to express your interpretation of your subject as you want it to be seen.
|Sunday, Oct. 24 9:00 am|
Luminous Images: Encaustics and Photography with Angela Casagrande
In this two-part introductory workshop, attendees will receive hands on instruction from artist and photographer Angela Casagrande on the art of encaustics and photography.
Encaustic painting is the use of heated beeswax in which colored pigments are added. The heated beeswax may then be applied to any surface. It is an incredibly flexible medium that may be combined with collage, oil, paints, inks, dry media and photography. The history of encaustic painting dates back to ancient times and still maintains it popularity to this day in contemporary art.
NOTE: Registration deadline for this workshop is October 29th. The instructor needs time to prepare materials for attendees.
|Saturday, Nov. 13 9:00 am|