Introduction to Photoshop

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Workshop Feeshow details + £65.00 (GBP)  

  • 22nd July 2018
    10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Although Adobe Lightroom remains a more useful day to day tool for photographers, there are times when you need the extra resources that Photoshop provides – this is partly why

the two come packaged together by Adobe.  Photoshop Elements, Adobe’s cut down version, is also the only version you can still buy outright, rather than having to rent monthly.  For many photographers this is still a good way in to understanding post production – editing your images.

This one day introduction is suitable for either version.  Workshop will cover the basic tools useful for photographers, simple retouching and introduce the power of layers.  A future workshop will look in depth at more extensive retouching skills.

As always, please email for more information.  You will need to bring your own copy of Adobe Photoshop on a laptop, with a selection of images needing work in post production.  Adobe have reduced the trial download period to seven days – just in case you were hoping to use that…  Tea and coffee provided, but you will need to bring your lunch, or pop into the village for a sandwich (5 mins on foot).

Venue:  

Address:
Sandy Hill Lane, Corfe Castle, BH20 5JF

Description:
Sandy Hill Studios is  a community of some 20 artists including painters, potters, metal workers, sculptors, graphic artists, jewellers and photographers. One studio is currently held open as a teaching venue, and is available for booking. Approaching Corfe from Wareham on A351, take the first left after the Studland turning, just before the road climbs to the village square.  Go under the railway bridge and turn immediately right along the track leading to the workshops and gallery – look out for the signs.   Coming from Swanage, the turning will be on your right at the bottom of the hill as you drop down from the village square.  We have limited parking at the gallery for customers.  On foot, the easiest access is over the footbridge at Corfe Castle station.