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Advanced Photography Editing Seminar  

You can achieve Clyde Butcher-level quality with your photographs by learning to edit them with a high degree of skill – a skill that can be developed over time by practicing. If you’ve worked with Lightroom and Photoshop Elements and spent time with these two programs, you’ll have the necessary foundation to take this class and begin to refine your editing skills. It’s like learning how to drive a nail with one blow of a hammer; now you’re ready to learn how to build something using that skill. While an occasional topic will be covered in this editing class, most of the time will be spent editing photographs, and you’ll learn from each other – from witnessing what your classmates accomplish and from Jim's invaluable experience. Students bring photographs and projects to be edited with the help of their classmates and teacher. Instead of standing in front, lecturing, the teacher will be helping each student edit. At the beginning of class, each student presents editing they’ve done. Prerequisites: Lightroom Beginning & Lightroom Intermediate, or Photoshop Elements 1 & 2. Students must have some proficiency with either or both programs.


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