Exploring Selections and Masks in Photoshop
Keron Psillas, Instructor
February 1-3, 2018
Do you want to learn how to refine your masks? Do you want to learn tips and techiques for creating powerful, polished photo composites? Do you want a simplified workflow that will allow you to think creatively rather than getting stuck in the details of photoshop? Award-winning photographer Keron Psillas has prepared a dynamic course that will have you layering, texturing, and compositing like a pro! Come to the Pacific Northwest Art School for three days filled with learning and fun. It will chase the winter blues/grays away!
You will need a laptop, and 15- 20 image files that you want to work with, layer, or texture. If you are currently working on a project that you want to refine, bring it along! (Digitally).
Day one will incorporate 1/2 day of Lightroom review for optimizing images (with some new tips in developing) and then we’ll go straight to layers, compositing, and texturing with precision in photoshop. This course is designed for students with a good knowledge of Lightroom Develop module and a basic understanding of adding layers in Photoshop. Don’t hesitate to contact us with questions.
Class will begin at 9 and end at 5 each day with a 1.5 hour lunch break. There is no class assistant for this course, so bring snacks, fruit, etc., if you would like. There is a refrigerator available to store things and water and soft drinks at the school.