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News at the Gallery
I'll be offering my introductory “Photoshop 101" class at the Gallery for the first time! This
is a six-hour class, broken down into three two-hour Saturday morning session.
The sessions will be held on January 26, February 2, and February 9, 2019, from
8:30 to 10:30 am. Tuition for the class is $225.00. You can see more general information about the class on this workshop page.
You'll get all the essentials for making great images, learning the key tools in using Photoshop in this small group, hands-on class. You'll get inside information on sizing, cropping, levels, layers, sharpening, color corrections, and printing, in a collegial workshop setting at the Gallery.
This class is for students who have no or little experience with Photoshop, and are ready to move from producing snapshots to making crisp, color-accurate, compelling images of their shooting. You bring your laptop computer to the Gallery classroom, and I provide everything else, including a workbook to use in the class and keep afterwards.
The class is limited to four students, so reserve your spot now before it fills up. Just send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me you want to be part of the Gallery class. I'll send you all the additional info you need.
I've put up some new winter-themed
images in addition to the canvas, art-paper,
and infused aluminum prints already on
display - come take a look.
Wupatki National Monument is tucked between the Painted Desert and ponderosa highlands of northern Arizona, and was home to numerous groups of people—Northern Sinagua, Cohonina, Kayenta, and Hohokam—over thousands of years. The Monument preserves dozens of ancestral Puebloan villages. The Wupayki Pueblo captured in the image above is the largest of the six pueblos preserved in the Monument. It is well worth making part of your exploration of the Four Corners.