Workshops by Date
This one day workshop will cover the basic principles and tools used to retouch images in order to create stunning beauty and glamour portraits. It is intended for beginner and intermediate users of Adobe Photoshop. The workshop will begin by photographing a live model in studio and will continue through the retouching and exporting of the ready-to-print file of that model.
This workshop, instructed by Heather Hubbard, will cover basic video editing skills and give you a thorough Introduction to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Pro. The class will focus on learning the interface, navigation, basic tools, importing footage, exporting videos, and file management. In addition, you will learn how to make rudimentary motion titles and create basic video transitions. Upon completion of course, you will feel comfortable editing footage to create fun and exciting videos on your own.
When we look at all the great portraits made throughout history, most of them have one thing in common – they’re simple. You don’t need complicated lighting setups and expensive cameras to make great portraits. This workshop will give you the skills and confidence you need to allow yourself to keep things uncomplicated. We will begin by discussing what it is that makes a portrait successful and will end with you creating beautifully simple and stunning portraits of lives models.
This intensive two day workshop covers the basics of platinum/palladium (na2) printing as well as an introduction of the digital negative workflow. It is intended for the beginner or the experienced platinum printer who wants to learn about creating digital negatives for this process.
The female form is arguably the most photographed subject since the invention of photography. Nude photography encompasses many different genres but this workshop will take a more traditional and artistic approach to photographing the female body. The workshop will begin with a study of the nude female throughout the history of photography, examples of various lighting techniques, and a discussion about proper etiquette when working with models. It will conclude with ample shooting time allowing the students to experiment with lighting and posing while working with live art models.