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Friday, March 6
 

2:30pm EST

An Introduction to Film Photography
Limited Capacity filling up

Want to learn all about film photography? In Kim's outdoor shooting demonstration at Piedmont Park, you will dive into all things film! You will learn about 35mm vs. medium format cameras, film types and characteristics, and how to rate and meter film for the correct exposure (and how it differs from digital). Kim will photograph a model family and demonstrate her tips and tricks while giving students a chance to shoot alongside her. She will answer the most important question - how to photograph a family when you don't have an LCD screen to see you're nailing the shots. Kim will take things one step further and go over the importance of choosing a creative partner, the film lab, to get the final look you want to achieve. Finally, she will give you a solid game plan to use moving forward to develop a strong foundation in film.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn what film gear they need for an outdoor family session
- Learn about film types and characteristics
- Learn how to accurately rate and meter their film for correct exposure
- Learn how to photograph a family on film using key poses, mental checklists, and nailing the shot without an LCD screen
- Learn how to choose a film lab, their creative partner, to get a consistent style

Please bring a film camera and film to this class. A light meter is recommended but optional.

Instructors
avatar for Kim Hildebrand

Kim Hildebrand

Owner/Photographer, Kim Hildebrand Photography
I think that all families have a unique and beautiful story that starts at home. My passion for film photography started at an early age, spurred by my dad’s love for visual storytelling. I think perfection is over-rated, and being able to laugh at yourself in front of your kids... Read More →


2:30pm EST

Dancing in the Street with Off Camera Flash
Limited Capacity filling up

Follow Kate as she explores an urban environment to shoot dancers! 
What locations make great photography backgrounds? How do buildings affect the light? Kate will cover OCF basics, gear selection and how to harness artificial light to create works of art any time of the day! Learn all of her shooting tips and tricks including how to pose a gorgeous dancer and capture dynamic ballet images. 


You will have the ability to shoot along as Kate photographs a dancer in midtown. As this is an OCF class, transmitters will be rotated among attendees for each to have an opportunity for shooting time. You should have a decent understanding and working knowledge of manual mode in natural light settings. 

Kate is here to help with the transition to OCF! Any lenses can be used for a variety of looks. Kate prefers to shoot a 24mm prime lens and either an 85mm prime lens or a 70-200mm.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn the basics of OCF from selecting the right gear to dialing in exposure and light placement for the look you want
- Learn how dance photography differs from other portrait photography, in terms of gear, settings, and location selection
- Learn how to pose and shoot dancers to highlight their beauty

Instructors
avatar for Kate Luber

Kate Luber

Kate Luber is a Clickin Moms Mentor and has been a member of Clickin Moms since 2012. A central Oklahoma portrait, wedding, and dance photographer, Kate draws her inspiration from the drama and elegance of the ballet, classic Hollywood, and the pages of Vogue magazine. Kate’s other... Read More →


Friday March 6, 2020 2:30pm - 4:00pm EST
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- Peachtree & MM House

2:30pm EST

Light, Movement, and Emotion: That Something Extra
Limited Capacity filling up

Are you at the point in your journey where you’re ready to take things up a notch? Have you ever felt that while your images are technically solid, something is just MISSING? Do you scroll through Instagram and see images that stop you in your tracks and hope that others will do the same when they view yours?  In this class, Bre will teach you how you can use light, movement, and emotion to elevate your work and stand out in the crowd.
Bre will discuss how you will walk away from every shoot with an entire gallery full of interest. You will learn how to use backlight, rim light, directional light, and direct light to create a mood. You will also learn how movement feels comfortable and natural to the viewer and how even the smallest of movements will add visual interest. Finally, and most importantly, you will learn why emotion and connection is what creates a timeless, powerful image. As the photographer, you have the ability to craft, create, and draw out emotion in your subjects. You should be ready and willing to look at your work with a new set of eyes and move past playing it safe.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn different natural-light techniques and the mood that each will create
- Get comfortable posing and directing while infusing movement
- Learn to draw out and encourage connection in your posing
- Learn to anticipate and capture candid, emotional moments
- Learn to create a brand and a voice that consistently demonstrates your knowledge in all three of these elements

Instructors

Friday March 6, 2020 2:30pm - 4:00pm EST
ELLINGTON SALON A/B

2:30pm EST

Moving Memories: Learning Video
Limited Capacity full

Join Sarah on this video adventure as you learn how to make your own mini movies! Family films are exploding right now, and in this hands-on class you will have the chance to shoot alongside Sarah and make your very first video! You will learn the best settings for a successful shoot, the best camera movements that allow creativity AND stability. You will get to practice shooting both regular and slow motion footage. When paired with the editing course, you will have all the tools you need to shoot, edit, and market your films.

Bring your favorite lens in this hands-on shooting class!

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to set up your camera using correct frame rates and settings
- Learn how to best stabilize your shots without the use of any extra gear
- Learn how to shoot regular footage and in slow motion
- Learn the most successful camera moves for handheld video storytelling

*Pair well with, Editing Video for Emotion*

Instructors
avatar for Sarah Krieg

Sarah Krieg

The Shared Shutter
Momma to 3, filmmaker, photographer, storyteller. A lover of all things lifestyle.


2:30pm EST

Still Life Illuminated
Limited Capacity full

Some of the most celebrated artists in history focused on still life work to sharpen and show their skills. As photographers, the genre of still life gives us a moment to slow down, observe, and experiment. Join Kellie and work together to create multiple still life set-ups, and then use off-camera flash to add mood, emotion, and dimension to your set-ups to create imagery that is exciting and creatively fulfilling.

Learning Objectives: 

- Find or renew your appreciation of still life work and be inspired by how it can make you a better artist
- Gain confidence in your ability to create interesting still life setups and compositions
- Learn how adding and creating light to a still life can add dimension and emotion to a still life scene

Instructors
avatar for Kellie Bieser

Kellie Bieser

Sponsored by Millers Professional Imaging
Sponsored by Millers Professional ImagingKellie Bieser is a photographer based in Columbus, Ohio where she lives with her husband, five kids, dog, cat, four goats, and a bunch of chickens. As a kids and family photographer, she strives to capture the emotion of each moment, to reveal the personality of every subject, and... Read More →


Friday March 6, 2020 2:30pm - 4:00pm EST
ARDMORE

5:00pm EST

Harnessing Light: A Photographer's Guide to Golden Hour Light Play
Limited Capacity full

Harnessing light is all about controlling and manipulating light to make it do what you want it to! Photographers love light, and it's always fun to learn new creative techniques to incorporate light into your personal and client work. Together with Dana you will explore the many techniques that can be used to harness light. Backlight, rim light, lens flares, prisms, fractals, ring of fire, water bokeh, reflections and shadows. The opportunities for creativity are endless! In addition, you will learn Dana's process for incorporating light into a story and using it to create a mood that matches that story.

Dana will bring all of the materials to demonstrate each technique before breaking up into small shooting groups. The shooting groups will rotate, and you will have ample time to practice your light harnessing on the two child models. Dana will also demonstrate how she works through a session with a child to keep them engaged and having fun. Everyone is sure to walk away with some new tricks for harnessing the light!

This program will take place outdoors during golden hour. Attendees should have experience shooting in manual mode, and are welcome to bring whichever camera and lens they are most comfortable shooting with.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to play with and harness different light
- Learn how to create mood
- Learn to use light to tell a story
- Learn how to keep your model engaged and having fun

Instructors

Friday March 6, 2020 5:00pm - 6:30pm EST
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- Peachtree & MM House

5:00pm EST

Stronger Work Through Self Critique: Learning to Analyze Photos
Limited Capacity full

Powerful images will rise above all other images, holding the viewer’s attention, and invoking curiosity and emotions in the viewer. Learning to analyze photographs is a valuable tool that contributes to the most growth for any photographer. With this knowledge, photographers have a better understanding of how to improve their photographic techniques, and can move forward to create stronger work through self critique. Join Ardelle Neubert to discuss class participants’ images in detail. Topics discussed will be intermediate to advanced level; experienced photographers will benefit the most from this class. You will submit three images, due February 1, 2020, for eligibility to be included in discussion. One image of each participant will be included in the discussion; image chosen by the instructor.

Learning Objectives:

- Leave why your image does or doesn't work and how to improve your photographic technique to make more impactful images
- Come away with a better understanding of the visual language
- Learn techniques to self critique your own work

Instructors

Friday March 6, 2020 5:00pm - 6:30pm EST
BOARDROOM

5:00pm EST

The Impactful Film: Mastering Video Techniques to Create Unique, Short Films
Limited Capacity full

Do you want to engage an audience and hold their attention while you take them through a short story about your family? Do you want to learn how to utilize storytelling and be able to get your point across in less than 2 minutes? Then this class is for you! While family films are great and such keepsakes, Catherine wants to teach and challenge you to be able to come up with a narrative and theme to shoot effectively and to tell a story in a 2 minute or less film. Catherine will take you step by step from pre-production to execution while shooting along with you in a lifestyle room setting. She will take you through her process on how to cut the "filler" and keep your film fast-moving and audience engaged. Join Catherine in experimenting and videoing with unique camera angles, and learn the process of her shooting style and how she uses these unique camera angles to enhance her storytelling. During the shoot, Catherine will explain basic rules of composition, light and the importance of not only multiple takes, but multiple angles. She will also go over basic camera movements that work with your story and not distract. Not only does this process help shooting be successful, it makes editing your sequence a breeze.
Lens preference: A medium prime (35-50mm) or a standard zoom (24-70mm) is preferred. Some basic experience in shooting video and stabilizing your camera is helpful, however the instructor will go over basic stabilization techniques for beginners.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to storyboard and get prepared to film their own narrative/theme
- Learn how to cut the "filler" b-roll and use only narrative rich clips that will enhance their story and keep their audience engaged
- Learn how to use music and audio to enhance their film- not distract
- Learn how to engage and direct their "talent" in order tell their narratives
- Learn different camera angles and in-camera movements/transitions that help deliver their story

*Pairs well with, Beyond Basic: The Video Edit that Stands Out*


Instructors
avatar for Catherine Lubbat

Catherine Lubbat

Photographer, Catherine Lubbat Photography
Mama to three headstrong and brave little girls. Photographer and film maker.


Friday March 6, 2020 5:00pm - 6:30pm EST
DUNWOODY

5:00pm EST

Too Good To Eat: Food Photography Bootcamp
Limited Capacity full

Immerse yourself on set with professional food photographer Suzanne Clements as she demonstrates how to create drool-worthy images that make your eyes grow big and your stomach growl. She’ll walk students through her process, pulling all the elements together and demonstrating key concepts in lighting, composition, and styling. After an initial demonstration, students will break out into groups to explore the set, and create their own images using the provided food and prop items with instructor guidance.

You should plan to bring a 50mm or 35mm lens and camera. Optional equipment: 100mm optional extra/2nd lens and Speedlight.

Learning Objectives: 

- Learn how the relationship between the camera, set, and light source affect the image and how subtle changes can make a big difference
- Get a better understanding of on-trend lighting setups and camera angles
- Learn a deeper understanding of what set pieces and props perform the best and where to source them
- Get some insider tips on how to set up your own studio without breaking the bank

Instructors
avatar for suzanne clements

suzanne clements

Owner, Suzanne Clements Photography
Some like to take the easy road, others prefer the path less travelled. I am a fan of the latter - I thrive on challenge, detail, and problem solving. It’s that passion that makes me crave the right shot, right set, and most mouth-watering styling. Food photography is not a simple... Read More →


Friday March 6, 2020 5:00pm - 6:30pm EST
CENTENNIAL
 
Saturday, March 7
 

10:30am EST

Dancing in the Street
Limited Capacity full

Follow Kate as she explores an urban environment to shoot dancers in natural light! What locations make great photography backgrounds? How does one choose locations in an urban environment and how do buildings affect the light at different times of the day? Learn all of her shooting tips and tricks all while working with gorgeous dancers and learning to pose and capture dynamic ballet images.

You will have the ability to shoot along as Kate photographs a dancer in midtown Atlanta near the High Museum of Art. Students should have a basic understanding of manual mode in natural light settings, but Kate is here to help! Any lenses can be used for a variety of looks. Kate prefers to shoot a 24mm prime lens and either an 85mm prime lens or a 70-200mm.

Learning Objectives: 

- Learn how to select locations in an urban environment
- Learn how dance photography differs from other portrait photography, in terms of gear, settings, and location selection
- Learn how to pose and shoot dancers to highlight their beauty

Instructors
avatar for Kate Luber

Kate Luber

Kate Luber is a Clickin Moms Mentor and has been a member of Clickin Moms since 2012. A central Oklahoma portrait, wedding, and dance photographer, Kate draws her inspiration from the drama and elegance of the ballet, classic Hollywood, and the pages of Vogue magazine. Kate’s other... Read More →


Saturday March 7, 2020 10:30am - 12:00pm EST
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- Ansley Park & City Walk

2:30pm EST

Stronger Work Through Self Critique: Learning to Analyze Photos
Limited Capacity full

Powerful images will rise above all other images, holding the viewer’s attention, and invoking curiosity and emotions in the viewer. Learning to analyze photographs is a valuable tool that contributes to the most growth for any photographer. With this knowledge, photographers have a better understanding of how to improve their photographic techniques, and can move forward to create stronger work through self critique. Join Ardelle Neubert to discuss class participants’ images in detail. Topics discussed will be intermediate to advanced level; experienced photographers will benefit the most from this class. You will submit three images, due February 1, 2020, for eligibility to be included in discussion. One image of each participant will be included in the discussion; image chosen by the instructor.

Learning Objectives:

- Leave why your image does or doesn't work and how to improve your photographic technique to make more impactful images
- Come away with a better understanding of the visual language
- Learn techniques to self critique your own work

Instructors

Saturday March 7, 2020 2:30pm - 4:00pm EST
BOARDROOM

2:30pm EST

Too Good To Eat: Food Photography Bootcamp
Limited Capacity full

Immerse yourself on set with professional food photographer Suzanne Clements as she demonstrates how to create drool-worthy images that make your eyes grow big and your stomach growl. She’ll walk students through her process, pulling all the elements together and demonstrating key concepts in lighting, composition, and styling. After an initial demonstration, students will break out into groups to explore the set, and create their own images using the provided food and prop items with instructor guidance.

You should plan to bring a 50mm or 35mm lens and camera. Optional equipment: 100mm optional extra/2nd lens and Speedlight.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how the relationship between the camera, set, and light source affect the image and how subtle changes can make a big difference
- Get a better understanding of on-trend lighting setups and camera angles
- Learn a deeper understanding of what set pieces and props perform the best and where to source them
- Get some insider tips on how to set up your own studio without breaking the bank

Instructors
avatar for suzanne clements

suzanne clements

Owner, Suzanne Clements Photography
Some like to take the easy road, others prefer the path less travelled. I am a fan of the latter - I thrive on challenge, detail, and problem solving. It’s that passion that makes me crave the right shot, right set, and most mouth-watering styling. Food photography is not a simple... Read More →


Saturday March 7, 2020 2:30pm - 4:00pm EST
CENTENNIAL

5:00pm EST

Dancing in the Street
Limited Capacity seats available

Follow Kate as she explores an urban environment to shoot dancers in natural light! What locations make great photography backgrounds? How does one choose locations in an urban environment and how do buildings affect the light at different times of the day? Learn all of her shooting tips and tricks all while working with gorgeous dancers and learning to pose and capture dynamic ballet images.

You will have the ability to shoot along as Kate photographs a dancer in midtown Atlanta near the High Museum of Art. Students should have a basic understanding of manual mode in natural light settings, but Kate is here to help! Any lenses can be used for a variety of looks. Kate prefers to shoot a 24mm prime lens and either an 85mm prime lens or a 70-200mm.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to select locations in an urban environment
- Learn how dance photography differs from other portrait photography, in terms of gear, settings, and location selection
- Learn how to pose and shoot dancers to highlight their beauty

Instructors
avatar for Kate Luber

Kate Luber

Kate Luber is a Clickin Moms Mentor and has been a member of Clickin Moms since 2012. A central Oklahoma portrait, wedding, and dance photographer, Kate draws her inspiration from the drama and elegance of the ballet, classic Hollywood, and the pages of Vogue magazine. Kate’s other... Read More →


Saturday March 7, 2020 5:00pm - 6:30pm EST
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- High Museum

5:00pm EST

Harnessing Light: A Photographer's Guide to Golden Hour Light Play
Limited Capacity filling up

Harnessing light is all about controlling and manipulating light to make it do what you want it to! Photographers love light, and it's always fun to learn new creative techniques to incorporate light into your personal and client work. Together with Dana you will explore the many techniques that can be used to harness light. Backlight, rim light, lens flares, prisms, fractals, ring of fire, water bokeh, reflections and shadows. The opportunities for creativity are endless! In addition, you will learn Dana's process for incorporating light into a story and using it to create a mood that matches that story.
Dana will bring all of the materials to demonstrate each technique before breaking up into small shooting groups. The shooting groups will rotate, and you will have ample time to practice your light harnessing on the two child models. Dana will also demonstrate how she works through a session with a child to keep them engaged and having fun. Everyone is sure to walk away with some new tricks for harnessing the light!
This program will take place outdoors during golden hour. Attendees should have experience shooting in manual mode, and are welcome to bring whichever camera and lens they are most comfortable shooting with.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to play with and harness different light
- Learn how to create mood
- Learn to use light to tell a story
- Learn how to keep your model engaged and having fun

Instructors

Saturday March 7, 2020 5:00pm - 6:30pm EST
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- Noguchi Park (Piedmont Park)

5:00pm EST

One Light, Beautiful Light
Limited Capacity seats available

Have you ever seen those fashion photographers with 20 lights, a ton of assistants and a giant production to get just one shot? Well, Kellie Beiser has a secret to share -- half of the time, 19 of those lights are turned off! You don't need a big fancy set-up to create beautiful imagery. With just one light, you can create light that matches your artistic vision and opens doors for when, where, and how you take photographs. Join Kellie and work together to see just how much one little light can do to take your photography to the next level.

Learning Objectives:

- Increase your confidence in creating light rather than depending on natural light exclusively
- Increase your knowledge of how to create specific kinds of light for desired results
- Learn to see the variety of results you can create with just one light as opposed to more complicated setups

*Offered in ASL*

Instructors
avatar for Kellie Bieser

Kellie Bieser

Sponsored by Millers Professional Imaging
Sponsored by Millers Professional ImagingKellie Bieser is a photographer based in Columbus, Ohio where she lives with her husband, five kids, dog, cat, four goats, and a bunch of chickens. As a kids and family photographer, she strives to capture the emotion of each moment, to reveal the personality of every subject, and... Read More →


Saturday March 7, 2020 5:00pm - 6:30pm EST
MERCER SALON G

5:00pm EST

The Impactful Film: Mastering Video Techniques to Create Unique, Short Films
Limited Capacity full

Do you want to engage an audience and hold their attention while you take them through a short story about your family? Do you want to learn how to utilize storytelling and be able to get your point across in less than 2 minutes? Then this class is for you! While family films are great and such keepsakes, Catherine wants to teach and challenge you to be able to come up with a narrative and theme to shoot effectively and to tell a story in a 2 minute or less film. Catherine will take you step by step from pre-production to execution while shooting along with you in a lifestyle room setting. She will take you through her process on how to cut the "filler" and keep your film fast-moving and audience engaged. Join Catherine in experimenting and videoing with unique camera angles, and learn the process of her shooting style and how she uses these unique camera angles to enhance her storytelling. During the shoot, Catherine will explain basic rules of composition, light and the importance of not only multiple takes, but multiple angles. She will also go over basic camera movements that work with your story and not distract. Not only does this process help shooting be successful, it makes editing your sequence a breeze.
Lens preference: A medium prime (35-50mm) or a standard zoom (24-70mm) is preferred. Some basic experience in shooting video and stabilizing your camera is helpful, however the instructor will go over basic stabilization techniques for beginners.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to storyboard and get prepared to film their own narrative/theme
- Learn how to cut the "filler" b-roll and use only narrative rich clips that will enhance their story and keep their audience engaged
- Learn how to use music and audio to enhance their film- not distract
- Learn how to engage and direct their "talent" in order tell their narratives
- Learn different camera angles and in-camera movements/transitions that help deliver their story

*Pairs well with, Beyond Basic: The Video Edit that Stands Out*


Instructors
avatar for Catherine Lubbat

Catherine Lubbat

Photographer, Catherine Lubbat Photography
Mama to three headstrong and brave little girls. Photographer and film maker.


Saturday March 7, 2020 5:00pm - 6:30pm EST
RAVINIA
 
Sunday, March 8
 

10:30am EDT

Moving Memories: Learning Video
Limited Capacity full

Join Sarah on this video adventure as you learn how to make your own mini movies! Family films are exploding right now, and in this hands-on class you will have the chance to shoot alongside Sarah and make your very first video! You will learn the best settings for a successful shoot, the best camera movements that allow creativity AND stability. You will get to practice shooting both regular and slow motion footage. When paired with the editing course, you will have all the tools you need to shoot, edit, and market your films.

Bring your favorite lens in this hands-on shooting class!

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to set up your camera using correct frame rates and settings
- Learn how to best stabilize your shots without the use of any extra gear
- Learn how to shoot regular footage and in slow motion
- Learn the most successful camera moves for handheld video storytelling

*Pair well with, Editing Video for Emotion*

Instructors
avatar for Sarah Krieg

Sarah Krieg

The Shared Shutter
Momma to 3, filmmaker, photographer, storyteller. A lover of all things lifestyle.


Sunday March 8, 2020 10:30am - 12:00pm EDT
MEET ON THE LOEWS TERRACE -- Ansley Park & City Walk

2:00pm EDT

Beyond Basic: The Video Edit that Stands Out
Limited Capacity seats available

Are you familiar with the basics of video editing and want to dig deeper into more creative edits? In this course, Catherine will show you, piece by piece, how she edits her videos in Final Cut Pro X. Not only will she break down the edit of her videos, she will explain why she chooses to edit it the way that she does. It isn't just important to learn how to add a cool effect, but to have reason, and justify the edit in order to be a better storyteller. Catherine will go over opening sequences that have visual impact, transitions, audio and sound effects to enhance your film, and touch on color grading as well. Catherine will take you through one of her previously completed films and dissect it so that you can see exactly how she edited it, as well as edit a 1 minute film from start to finish (Catherine will have clips filmed prior to class). You will not only walk away with a better understanding of how to cut together a creative video edit, but how to use those creative edits to become better storytellers within your own films.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to edit a film from start to finish in Final Cut Pro X
- Learn how, when and *why* to use advanced transitions between clips
- Learn the basics of color grading films
- Learn how to match audio with your clips, and how to add sound effects to enhance your storytelling

Instructors
avatar for Catherine Lubbat

Catherine Lubbat

Photographer, Catherine Lubbat Photography
Mama to three headstrong and brave little girls. Photographer and film maker.


Sunday March 8, 2020 2:00pm - 3:30pm EDT
MERCER SALON H

2:00pm EDT

Editing Video for Emotion
Limited Capacity seats available

You've learned how to shoot video, now it's time to edit! Editing is Sarah's favorite part of the video process, and she hopes it will be yours too! In this 90 minute class, she will walk you through the basics of editing in Premiere Pro including importing your footage, setting up your timeline, choosing your music, cutting to the music, incorporating lifestyle audio for added emotion, color correcting inside Premiere Pro, adding text and exporting your finished film. But this class doesn't end when the 90 minutes is up. Sarah will be sending you home with a packet full of important information along with a video of her editing a film from start to finish. She will also be offering feedback on your first completed film.

Please feel free to bring your laptop to edit along with Sarah in this class.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to edit in Premiere Pro
- Learn how to properly set up your timeline based on your frame rate
- Learn how to apply slow motion to certain clips
- Learn how to edit using the lifestyle audio and music to best evoke emotion
- Learn how to color correct in Premiere Pro
- Learn how to add text
- Learn how to export your finished film

Instructors
avatar for Sarah Krieg

Sarah Krieg

The Shared Shutter
Momma to 3, filmmaker, photographer, storyteller. A lover of all things lifestyle.


Sunday March 8, 2020 2:00pm - 3:30pm EDT
MERCER SALON G

2:00pm EDT

Warmth In Your Edit: Clean And Beautiful Editing in Photoshop And Lightroom
Limited Capacity seats available

During this editing program, Nicole will demonstrate how she achieves beautiful, warm tones in her images, using both Lightroom and Photoshop, while keeping the inherent beauty in the photos. She will show you how she uses the Basic, HSL and other panels in Lightroom to boost and enhance her images. In Photoshop, Nicole likes to focus on curves layers used in multiple ways to really transform and make an image pop. You will receive raw images in advance, and are encouraged to bring your laptop to edit alongside her. She will also address "problems" in images that need correcting (that may include color casts and intense cloning), and guide you through her process in Photoshop.

Learning Objectives:

- Learn editing tips and techniques for specific lighting scenarios
- Learn how to enhance the sky
- Learn how to achieve warmer tones in images
- Learn how to give a little extra pop and depth to your images
- Learn cloning tips

Instructors

Sunday March 8, 2020 2:00pm - 3:30pm EDT
ELLINGTON SALON E