Photoshop Retouching Clinic
University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa – Pacific New Media
April 13, 2014. 1-4pm, Sunday half-day workshop
Regardless of subject matter – whether you’re enhancing people pictures, still-life, or art photos – retouching helps photographers realize their vision for each image. This session focuses on answering questions about pro-level Photoshop retouching techniques. Learn to take advantage of Photoshop layers and masks for non-destructive editing (work with a safety-net so you can change your mind later). Apply the clone stamp and spot healing tools to enhance skin and remove unwanted elements. Use transform tools, puppet warp, and the liquify filter to reshape and re-structure images. Finally, no workshop that includes “perfecting” techniques is complete without lively discussions about the ethical implications of image manipulation.
Supported in part by the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts.
And here’s an interview I did with the nice folks at Pacific New Media in Honolulu. It has links to all of the classes and events we’re doing together.
Copyright © Jean Miele 2014. All Rights Reserved. No Reproduction Without Written Consent. This course description may not be used in whole or part to describe, promote, or advertise classes, workshops, or seminars by any instructor other than the author.