What’s going on this summer? As you can see below – plenty! I”ll be offering one-on-ones as well as teaching workshops this summer around the bay area**. Hope you can join in on some Lightroom, Photoshop or photography fun this summer! If you were hoping to join me in France but couldn’t make it –… Read More Bay Area Summer Classes 2013
In the hallway of CCSF, we stopped a student and asked her if we could give her a 15 minute makeover. Digitally that is. Follow along with us using the steps in the video if you want to learn what we did today in P60B Intermediate Photoshop. -Erika Download the image file Additional information and… Read More Tutorial: Portrait Retouching – 15min Makeover
This week at CCSF in my Intermediate Photoshop class (P60B) we are working on image merge techniques which include creating stitched panoramics (one long image created from multiple images). Without fancy equipment such as the gigapan series tripod heads which stem out of the very cool gigapan project (yes, they ARE watching you) making a… Read More Tutorial: Perfecting a Pano in Post Production
Today in my Photoshop class we discussed matching color areas of two different images using the color sampler, info palette, curve adjustment layers and masking.
In this video I demonstrate how to print to an Epson inkjet printer from Adobe Photoshop CS6 using ICC color profiles and the Advanced Black and White modes.
Aaron Sorber, a student in my Spring 2012 PH67 “Digital Negatives for Darkroom Printing” class at CCSF, is the current “Student Spotlight”. The worked featured here spans assignments from the semester ranging from learning to use the flat bed scanner as a camera, practicing contact printing by experimenting with lumen prints and making photograms in… Read More Student Spotlight: Aaron Sorber “Making vs. Taking”
A student of mine in my Intermediate Photoshop class at CCSF was interested in scanning money for our “scanner as camera” assignment. That part went well, but when she attempted to import it into Photoshop for editing an error message occurred. Apparently and unbeknownst to me, since 2004 Photoshop detects currency notes that are protected… Read More Scanning Money