Date(s) - Tuesday, March 13, 2018
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Every digital photographer manipulates their images either in their camera or in post production. For the past two years, the TDPC Creative Photography Special Interest Group has examined how creative photography is created in-camera and in post production. The SIG has examined various software packages such as Adobe Camera Raw, Photoshop and Lightroom as well as products such as NIK and Topaz.
This workshop will highlight what we have learned in our sessions and individual SIG members will make presentations to highlight different ways to create creative images.
Members attending the workshop will be asked to participate in a session on creative night photography and are invited to bring their laptops if they would like to follow along with the demonstrations of software packages. The participants should have a photo editing software package such as Photoshop, Lightroom or Elements installed on their computer.
The workshop will be led by TDPC member Brian Gaston. Brian Gaston is a retired professional engineer and has been a member of the Toronto Digital Photography Club since 2010. He is currently on the Club’s Board of Directors and has served as Membership Chair and SIG Coordinator. He is currently leading the TDPC Creative Photography Special Interest Group.
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