This workshop will instruct students on how to use digital editing software (Adobe Photoshop) to edit, restore, and manipulate photographs; the software is included as part of the workshop. The instructor, Jimmie Marler, has taught art, computer skills, and mathematics in both high school & college level classrooms for over 37 years and has photographed over 800 wedding ceremonies as a professional photographer.
Each student will be using Photoshop software to digitally alter/restore a scanned photograph. Please pre-register to attend ASAP to allow for proper set-up spacing and supplied materials.
VENUE: Harlin Museum; Lower Level, Classroom Space
LUNCH / REFRESHMENTS: Drinking water will be provided; students may bring other refreshments or snacks as they please
INSTRUCTOR: Jimmie Marler
WORKSHOP HOURS: 12 noon to 4 pm
SUBJECT: Learning how to restore & manipulate photographs using digital editing software (Adobe Photoshop)
COST: $45.00 per person; students may pay at the door upon arrival to the workshop
- Any photo you would like to edit (no larger than 8″ x10″ for instructional purposes)
- Laptop computer with available memory (to download the provided editing software)
- Pen and paper for taking notes
POINTS OF CONTACT:
Museum Desk, 417-256-7801, email@example.com
Vicki Warren-Martin, 870-706-7863, firstname.lastname@example.org