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THE ARTFUL

DODGER

A Virtual Photography Class with Scott Trees

Would you like to learn a technique that could take your photographs to a higher level with greater impact? Technology has made taking photographs easy. However, post production enhancements can make a huge difference in the quality of your final images.

Internationally recognized for his stunning imagery, Scott Trees will share a vital tool set in this class with a video tutorial that will dramatically enhance your photographs.

Dodging (lightening) and burning (darkening) is a simple technique to learn, but it takes time and practice to look at your own work from the perspective of how dodging and burning can create subtle, yet noticeable, and often times dramatic, results. This is an important skill for all types of photographers.

The Artful Dodger will be presented as an online class that will include a video tutorial, two Zoom sessions and a Facebook discussion group. Scott will share his dodging and burning techniques he utilizes for his own images and provide live critiques and feedback along with answering questions via Zoom sessions.

Participants are invited to submit two images for use in technique demonstrations in the live Zoom sessions.

Using Photoshop, Scott will demonstrate the principals of dodging and burning, illustrated step-by-step with his photographs.

This informative class is created with the intention of offering useful techniques to enhance all photographic images.

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Details

Class dates: July 13th - 27th.

Class includes the tutorial video, two Zoom sessions
and a private Facebook group where participants may
ask questions and post work for feedback from Scott.

Zoom sessions will be recorded so that participants can attend live or watch later.

Class cost is $49.
 

Photo by Scott Trees Photo by Scott Trees

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