This Thursday, May 16, from 2:00 - 5:00 pm in downtown Minneapolis I'll be presenting a "Photoshop Techniques for Architectural Photography" workshop. In the workshop, which is open to the public, I'll share Adobe Photoshop tips and techniques that are particularly helpful for editing and enhancing architectural photography. Techniques will be shown using Photoshop CS6 Extended, but many of the techniques will apply to earlier versions of Photoshop also.
Topics will include:
- How to swap the sky in one photo with the sky in another, how to create artificial sky, and how to change the color of the sky.
- How to easily remove unwanted objects such as date stamps, power lines, trash cans, exit signs, and security cameras.
- Easy techniques for color and tone correction.
- How to adjust for the distortion introduced by wide angle lenses.
- How to stitch multiple images together to create a larger image
- How to bring out details lost in the shadows.
- Two fantastic techniques to help you batch process multiple images at once.
- How and why you might want to paste from InDesign to Photoshop
- Why and when you should use Smart Objects.
- Advanced cropping techniques
...and much more!
You can register for the workshop here.