to Photoshop for Photographers
course is an introduction to Photoshop. We will go
over the interface, the different tools and how to
use them. The focus will be on correcting you
photos. Since most of the edits done in Photoshop
require making changes to specific parts of the
images, we will spend a lot of time on Layers,
Layer Masks and Selections.
bring a computer with Photoshop installed, an
extension cord, and a mouse. JT Thomas will
provide the photos we use for the class, but if
you have one or two photos you would like to get
specific help with, bring them on a flash drive
and JT will get to as many as time allows.
will not be provided but participants are
encourage to bring a small snack to eat during the
class or during one of the two or three breaks.
Water will be provided. More of the topic can be
covered by the elimination of the lunch.
workshop is limited to 20 participants.
George & Cynthia Mitchell Woods Library, 8125
Ashlane Way, The Woodlands, Texas 77382.
August 1, 2015
9:00am - 2:00pm
Photography Workshop with Carlos
September 12, 2015 at 9am
Kleb Wood Headquarters building
Tomball, TX 77377
from 9: a.m. till we get tired
To be determined
will photograph hummingbirds using remote flashes
to freeze them in flight around feeders. At the
end you will be able to photograph them in your
back yard using these techniques. We will take
turns using the equipment and you will have
flash trigger, 2.4 Ghz type. If you use a Canon
Carlos has the equipment. If not you need to
A medium zoom telephoto(70-200) 70-300, or 300mm
f/4, 200mm fixed, Macro lens in case you want to
use it while photographing butterflies.
water, and a hat. Although we are going to be in a
shaded area, it is September and hot. Bring food
if you want to have a picnic there.
will have: All flashes and wireless triggers, you
just bring camera with lens, picnic chair.
are considering an intermediate level workshop on
the Google NIK Software for those members
interested in learning more on how to use each of
the features. If interested, members should
contact James Fallon at [email protected].
Provided there is enough interest, date, time and
cost will be