Theresa Jackson will give us a presentation on making selections and masking in PhotoShop. She is tailoring the presentation to novices and advanced users. When we get close to the presentation date, she will provide me with images for the demos which I will share with the Club. Anyone who wants to follow along, can put the images on their laptop and bring it to the meeting. NOTE: She will not be able to slow down too much for inexperienced individuals ~ she has a lot of material to cover.
Once again Rick Wiley will share his mind-bending ideas during this table-top, hands-on workshop. Bring your tripod and your macro lens if you have one, but that is not a necessity. This workshop is sure to put some magic into your photography.
Competition: Negative Space
Judge: Susan Coppack
“This is not a workshop on techniques, but a very personal perspective where I bare my early images and photographic journey to the present in hopes of encouraging or inspiring others to be true to themselves in life and as a photographer, and to go confidently in the direction of their dreams knowing their photographs make a difference in their life and the lives of others. I encourage questions during the presentation.”
Judge: Joanne Stolte
Jodie Hulden is a well-regarded artist who specializes in Black & White photography. She will take us through the history of this medium while showcasing famous photographers whose work is vastly different yet breathtaking. Jodie gave this presentation to WiCP and I thoroughly enjoyed it. JodieHulden.com
Jodie Hulden is a California-based artist whose contemplative photography focuses on intimate landscapes and still life vignettes. She has a degree in art from San Diego State University. She has studied with George DeWolfe, Carlin Tapp, Michael Frye, Brett Erickson and Susan Burnstine. Her work has won numerous awards and she has exhibited her prints nationally.
Judge: Lin Craft
Competition: Animal with name starting with P
(Like “pig” or “porcupine” or “platypus”… or your choice)
Judy McLean-Fowler is an event photography and video professional. Judy also enjoys working with models to help in the creation of her conceptual art and underwater projects. Her work is fabulous. Judy has perfected a terrific workflow that I too have incorporated in my editing. “Judy’s Super Quick Art Masking Technique” is a fun and enlightening experience. Bring your laptops and try to work along with Judy. She will give you the image prior to the presentation that she will be working on.
Judge: Sally Reis Vogt