In this intermediate hands-on workshop, you will use your own digital cameras, laptop and Adobe Photoshop software to learn the basics of shooting and processing panoramas and focus stacking methods. Non-destructive, editable adjustments of images using layer masks will be covered for overall settings as well as local adjustments. File format, size, color space, and the visual aesthetics of adjusted photos will also be discussed.
Since more advanced Adobe Photoshop techniques will be covered, completion of the Photoshop for Photographers 101 workshop is highly recommended.
- Digital Camera with manual focus capability
- Remote Shutter Release
- Laptop computer (with installed and functioning Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge Software)
- Zoom lens with wide to telephoto range (kit lens is fine) and/or macro lens
- Memory card with plenty of space
- Fully-charged camera battery
- Instruction and lab time
Saturday, May 9, 2020
- How to shoot Panorama images
- Panorama post production demo and hands on exercises
- Attendees will shoot panoramas outside around the building & area
- Panorama post production inside classroom
- Lunch Break
- How to shoot focus-stacked images
- Post production demo and hands on exercises
- Attendees to shoot focus-stacked images of still life in classroom
- Post production on focus-stacked images
The workshop will be held:
University of Phoenix
4035 S. Riverpoint Parkway
The workshop will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m. Please arrive a few minutes early to locate the classroom and find a seat.
Arizona Highways PhotoScapes reserves the right to cancel any workshop if our minimum student enrollment is not met. In the event AHPS cancels a workshop, participants will be given the option to reschedule to a later date or receive a full refund for the workshop components booked directly with AHPS. Please Note: we are not liable for the additional expenses incurred such as airfare, hotel accommodations or any other components booked outside of the workshop.