A short part of the program by Dwaine Horton will cover Lightroom vs Capture One. The rest of the day will be spent with practical uses of Photoshop.
Many times Photoshop classes are spent telling you what Photoshop can do. This class will be a little different as I will be covering practices we use every day in the studio and how to fix problems you may encounter in portrait photography.
Some of the things we will cover are:
Towards the end of the day I will show how I create some of my loan collection images. This can be helpful if you want to create a completely different scene or feel like a painter with a blank canvas.
If you have some things you want to know please don't hesitate to bring your work. Bring your problems, we will work them out.
We can still use Photoshop for fixing many of the things we couldn't back in the days of film. I feel photography is moving away from all the special effects that we used so successfully when Photoshop was new.
Fine art photographer Dwaine Horton is the owner of Horton Studios in Thomas, OK. His concentration at the studio is mostly portrait work but Horton’s real passion comes from the creation of realistic landscapes. Although he has traveled all over the United States to capture our nations most beautiful scenes, this photographer’s most cherished works are of Oklahoma’s rural landscapes, blending the old west with warm, rich colors and textures. Horton has a way of inviting you into his works of art with an overall feeling of majesty.
Horton holds a Master of Photography and Craftsmen Degree and his art has been displayed at numerous National Conventions, the International Photography Hall of Fame and the Epcot Center.
This class is $35.00 for INPPA members and PPA members.
Non-members may attend for $55.00 and this includes membership to INPPA thru 2016.