AFTER THIS CLASS YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:
- Navigate and customize the Photoshop interface.
- Edit images using non-destructive techniques.
- Use layers and layer masks to create composite images.
- Retouch portraits using advanced retouching techniques.
- Develop scenic photos using tonal and color correction techniques.
ABOUT MARK'S CLASS:
The perfect workshop series for Adobe Photoshop beginners. This class assumes that you are new to Photoshop and want to learn how to retouch and adjust your images.
This workshop is a comprehensive overview ofAdobe Photoshop. By the end of this workshop you’ll have the skills you need to edit your images using Photoshop.
These sessions are jam packed with hands-on activities which allow you to learn by doing. Sample files are included with the workshop so you can follow along with hands-on exercises.
The sessions begin with a solid foundation and add new techniques and principles until you have mastered your post-production workflow.
By the end of this workshop you’ll have a clear understanding of the Adobe Photoshop interface, and the most commonly used tools. You’ll be able to edit scenic and portrait photos. You’ll have a solid understanding of color correction and skin retouching.
This workshop has everything you need to master Adobe Photoshop.
WHO THIS CLASS IS FOR:
- Photographers with little or no experience with Photoshop.
- Photographers with limited or no experience with Lightroom or other post-production software.
- Portrait photographers who want to know how to do basic skin retouching.
- Scenic photographers who want to know how to do basic color and tonal corrections.
- Photographers who want to know how to do basic compositing.
Adobe Photoshop 2021
Adobe Bridge 2021
Adobe Creative Cloud (all apps)
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR:
Mark Wallace is a photographer based in the United States. Best known for his web-based video series Digital Photography One on One and Exploring Photography sponsored by Adorama.
Millions of people have watched Mark’s videos on YouTube, and the numbers continue to grow. Mark has a strong social media following on Facebook and Twitter, where he spends time interacting with viewers and workshop attendees.
In 2014, Mark left the United States to embark on a 2-year worldwide adventure. He visited 28 countries and captured thousands of unique photographs across the globe.
In 2016 Mark decided to give up planes, trains, and automobiles and is now exploring the world on his motorcycle.