LAWRENCE NICOLL - PHOTOSHOP FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS
Date & Time :November 17th, 2018, Full day - Classroom 9:00 to 4:00 pm
Cost : $40.00 (+ depending on how much for a room or if we have to pay)
Max, 14 participants (Paid in advance)
** First come first served (Registered and paid)
Location : IVAN's CAMERA TRAINING ROOM
Photoshop, is the darkroom of the 21 st Century. In this course we will begin with Adobe Bridge, then
examine the tools in Camera Raw and how to use them to prepare the image for Photoshop.
Understanding the different tools and features of Photoshop, and then adding the special techniques I
have learned will allow you to re-create that picture you had in your mind’s eye when you took the
A full day of classroom instruction, for those with laptops a chance to apply the lesson as it is provided.
- Batch renaming, applying metadata and keywords, sorting
- Adobe Raw adjustments (for RAW, JPG and TIFF files)
- Navigating the toolbar
- Customize the workspace
- Working with selections
- Working with multiple layers and styles
- Painting Colour on areas
- Creating Panoramas
- Special processes for Landscape images
- Preparing images for printing
Lawrence Nicoll is a self-taught landscape and nature photographer with an appreciation of the natural world that surrounds us. Spending his youth in fields, forests, rivers & creek beds he was astounded at the beauty that many take for granted.
Involved in Photography for over 40 years, he continually strives to improve his craft through constant practice, exhibits and seminars and classes. His work is part of many personal and corporate collections, and has been utilized by Newfoundland Tourism, Joggins Fossil Centre, Five Islands Park and other Nova Scotia tourism projects; magazines such as Toronto Life, Saltscapes, Digital Photo, Intrepid and Driving Magazine, and in giant murals in the Bay of Fundy Geological Museum.
Travelling across Canada, the American West, North Vietnam and Cambodia, St. Lucia, Western Australia and the Scottish Highlands, his love of Canada's Atlantic Provinces has become both his focus and in 2008 Nova Scotia his permanent home.
Always looking for new ways to "see" the wonders around us, he hopes his work will allow you to share his appreciation of that beauty.
Jacinthe Leblanc PAID
Lila Donovan PAID
Rachel Bourque PAID
Remi Levesque PAID
Matt Dupuis PAID
Andrew Boghen PAID
Gary Capson PAID
Cecile Capson PAID
Daniel Landry PAID
Renee Turcotte PAID
Ginette Gagné PAID