Digital Darkroom & Printing Workshops 2019

Just a short post today, to let you all know that I've published all of my Scottish based workshops for 2019 on my workshop page.

Digital Darkroom Photoshop-CS Masterclass
448.00

Image Interpretation Techniques

2019, May 13 - 18
2019, Sep 02 - 07

2019, Oct 21 - 26


Price: £1,595
Deposit: £448

6-Day Photographic Mentoring Workshop
Wester Ross, Scottish Highlands

 

Introduction

This workshop is a 50 / 50 split between field work (making images in the surrounding Wester Ross highland landscape) and Digital Darkroom Editing / image interpretation techniques carried out in a studio environment.

During our time together we will be based in the north west of the Scottish highlands in the beautiful area of Wester Ross.

Please note: This workshop is not about learning Photoshop-CS. Instead, its aim is to teach you how to interpret your work with the skills you have.

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Fine Art Printing Photoshop-CS Masterclass
448.00

Image Interpretation & Printing Techniques


2019, May 27 - 01



Price: £1,695
Deposit: £448


6-Day Photographic Mentoring Workshop
Wester Ross, Scottish Highlands

 

Introduction

This workshop will cover the technical workflow aspects of printing from Screen calibration, proofing to print evaluation.

As part of printing your work, we will cover the same lessons taught in my Digital Darkroom' workshop, because good prints are made from good edits. And good edits can only be verified by printing.

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I am specifically focussing on mentoring style workshops with a focus towards learning. The workshops in particular are my Digital Darkroom and Printing classes. Both of these trips involve a lot of interpretation and daily discussions.

I've also chosen to change the format of both the Digital Darkroom and Printing classes so that they are focussed around Photoshop CS. This is because over the years that I have been running my classes, it has become apparent that Photoshop's Curve tool is the finest tool for tonal adjustment out there. Typically the workshops would start out with participants using Lightroom but often abandoning it when they saw the power that Photoshop's Curve tool has. I'm sure this might be quite contentious to many and I realise that everyone's mileage may vary.