Free Webinar – Six Adobe Photoshop Tools to Turn Those Bad Pictures Into Professional Shots
With the proliferation of digital cameras and ubiquitous phone-cams, we are seeing more images being used today that are not shot by professional photographers with studio lighting and specialized lenses. Some images capture a really important moment with great people, but the image is technically poor – bad lighting, contrast, colour cast, unwanted elements and areas obliterated by bright or dark zones. Now you can learn how to fix those images!
This webinar will cover the following six valuable tools you need to know:
- Curves vs Levels adjustments to adjust contrast
- Eliminating colour cast with the Hue/Saturation adjustment
- Correct use of the Red Eye tool
- Portraiture fix-up techniques with the Healing and Dodge tools
- Smart techniques for the Clone Stamp tool
- Dealing with low resolution images creatively with Modes
Don’t throw away the bad pictures – they can be fixed! Sign up for this webinar and learn Adobe Photoshop tips and techniques that will perfect your bad pictures and make you look like a pro!
Learn from the Adobe expert
This webinar will be led by Bert Schopf. Bert has been at the helm of Blackbird PCD, an Ottawa-based publications and design firm, since 1994. Before that, he worked in public relations and advertising in Ottawa. Bert has also been an instructor of Adobe applications since 1995. His design background complements his technical skills and serves as a well-rounded foundation for Blackbird’s creative work as well as for the experience he shares in the classroom. Bert is passionate about art, imagery, words and design – which is reflected in his work and teaching.
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