...And If you'd like to try your hand at making your own monster self portrait, either via Photoshop or via costume and lighting, or some combo, I'll give 2 points extra credit to...
Since my husband needed a portrait for work to put on the company website, I dragged him into my studio lighting class so my students could see how my brain works in general when it comes to studio work. While we only spent about 30 minutes from beginning to end, there were a lot of... Continue Reading →
So, Trends in Software covers a lot of stuff, from Lightroom and Photoshop to social media intergration (instagram, 500, ello.co) to making videos, portfolio websites, and photo blogs...and more. The students in the class dip their toe in the waters of what is out there to learn and get up to date on...and there's a... Continue Reading →
I got this email from Viewpoint this morning; my students in Trends in Software might find this overview helpful to expanding on what we covered in class, as well as other students who are playing with Lightroom at home. There is a fee for the workshop, but I think arc photo students get a discount,... Continue Reading →
These are awful photoshop tutorials, but they are supposed to be, so that's a compliment. Whaaaa? I can't remember when I saw these, it was years ago, but this is a youtube channel on how to learn photoshop. The show is called You Suck At Photoshop, which should give you some idea right there. This... Continue Reading →
The winter break is over, and I'm back at it for ya! In case you've been getting a case of the shakes from lack of photo learning, why not get a quick fix at Viewpoint? These are 3 new workshops at Viewpoint Gallery that I though could be interesting and useful--I especially like how specific... Continue Reading →