This workshop will teach you ways to create images that come partly from your camera, and partly from your imagination. I'll show you how to use Adobe's best tools and techniques in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements (ver. 9+) to combine and compose images, to re-light them, and to:
• replace boring skies you got on a photo trip
• improve your compositions by adding focal points and/or removing distractions
• combine frames taken at different times with outstanding features
• selectively re-light images to add dimension and steer your viewer's eye
About the Instructor
Jim Christensen is a photographer, teacher, and speaker from the New York City area; a member and past president of the Westchester Photographic Society; founder of the Photographers of Northern Westchester; and was the Artist in Residence at Acadia National Park in the spring of 2015. He has a deep technical background in digital imaging theory and software as a result of his career as a research scientist at IBM were he created firmware and image processing software for one of the world's best (and first) digital colorimetric cameras (in the 1980's and 1990's).