Adobe Photoshop Basics 2020. San Francisco. Photo © Nathan LomasPhoto © Nathan Lomas

Mondays
March 23 – May 4, 2020
(No Class April 6)
4:30–6:30PM

$325.00 $275.00

 

Adobe Photoshop Basics

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March 23 – May 4, 2020 (No Class April 6)

Learn Adobe Photoshop basics in our photoshop training class for photo retouching and professional photo editing

with Nathan Lomas


Happy Birthday, Photoshop! Photoshop Turns 30!

Creative photography begins in the camera, but good photo correction seals the deal. In this Adobe Photoshop course, you will work with images to learn basic photo editing and photo retouching skills that you can bring to your own photography.

 

This photoshop class for beginners picks up where Lightroom leaves off, focusing on the fundamentals needed to address more complex situations within digital images—such as using adjustment layers, selections, masking, retouching, and basic compositing.

 

Professional photography begins with the right photography training and the right tools, and Photoshop is indispensable. Sign up for our Adobe Photoshop class today to enhance your photos and level-up your photography skills!

 

Adobe Photoshop Basics 2020. San Francisco. Photo © James Clift

Photo © James Clift

 

Class Schedule

Day 1: Workflow—moving from Lightroom to Photoshop, Color Spaces, Adjustment Layers Intro

Day 2: Basic Masking (using Brush tool primarily)

Day 3: Retouching Intro (non-destructive workflow for in-depth editing)

Day 4: Selections (including Color Range, etc.)

Day 5: Resolution, Basic Compositing

Day 6: Channels, Luminance Masks, Final Master File workflow

 

Workshop presented by The Image Flow Photography Center, providing photography classes, custom printing services, and studio rentals.

 

Instructor Bio

Nathan Lomas hails from Buffalo, NY. He developed his passion for photography at the tender age of five when his father gave him a Ricoh camera. He has a BFA from the College of Creative Studies in Detroit and an MFA in Imaging Arts from the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York. He is an adjunct professor at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, owns his own photo studio in Alameda where he specializes in 19th-century tintype photography, and at The Image Flow, works with digital restoration, film scanning, and printing, as well as teaching workshops and working one-on-one with clients.

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