Ansel Adams famously stated that “The negative is the score; the print is the performance.” Learn how to use Photoshop to fully realize the image you had in mind when you tripped the shutter. During this focused one- day workshop snappers learn to: capture, import, and catalog their images to build a lasting, organized archive; to effectively use Photoshop’s selection tools; to use the retouching tools for portraits; to use layers; and to build composite images. This workshop is for digital shooters and film shooters with scanned analog images.
Chris Casler is a live-action, architectural, advertising and editorial photographer based in Orlando. He studied view-camera and darkroom technique with Ansel Adams and Marie Cosindas, and he has photographed architecture and fine art for museums including the Smithsonian and Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Since the 1970s, his work has appeared in Architectural Digest, Time and Rolling Stone. Casler works on photography assignments and motion picture projects across the country and in Europe. He served for two years as president of the Greater Florida Chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers.Instructor Bio