MoP - Month of Photography Denver is a biennial celebration of fine art photography with hundreds of collaborative public events throughout Denver and the region March and April 2017. We are joining multiple museums galleries and schools surrounding fine art photography creating an exciting artistic and educational event for the city of Denver and the region.
A New Workshop For The Lone Tree Photography Club - Photoshop Fundamentals: Part 1
Photoshop Fundamentals: Part 1 - A New Workshop
A New Workshop For The Lone Tree Photography Club Meetup
Now that the Photo Club has its own meetup group, I'm sponsoring it, and excited to be setting up my first workshop for the group. This 4-hour Saturday morning workshop is designed to help those of you who have maybe had Photoshop on their computers for years, but for one reason or another have never really gotten started with it. We're going to start with some simple corrections, and then begin learning the essential techniques for Photoshop retouching and compositing, using selections, masks, and layers.
This special workshop will be an introduction to Photoshop for beginners, entitledPhotoshop Fundamentals: Compositing Part 1, and will run from 9AM - 1 PM on Saturday, April 11, at the Lone Tree Civic Center.
This year we’re returning to Iceland in June for the WPH Ultimate Midsummer Landscape Workshop. Join us for this trip, and you will photograph glacier lagoons with crazy-long daylight hours, crystal-clear glacier ice on black-lava beaches, indigenous bird colonies on the remote rock cliffs of the Ingólfshöfdi Nature Preserve, and more. Wild Photography Holidays workshops are small and intimate, and they are the best organized I've ever participated in as instructor.
In October I’m joining Wild Photography Holidays for their Forgotten Spain Workshop. Expert guides will take us into the stunning north coastal mountains of Spain, where we will photograph the cobbled streets, Roman bridges and abandoned villages of the Asturias region.
If you’re like a lot of photographers, you probably spend a lot more time on your photography than you do on managing your photo library. Which is a good thing! But getting your photo library organized and tuned-up to the point where your daily imports and backups are effortless does take a bit of time and effort.
I’m always writing new things for Digital Photo Pro magazine, and you’ll find a complete list of those articles here, on the blog. Above that list you’ll also find a selection of free video tutorials that you should find useful.