Ludlow to lead photo editing workshop
Waynesville fine-art photographer Robert Ludlow has been editing digital images in Photoshop for the past 14 years. He says he always does at least some computer processing before posting or printing a photo.
In this hour-long presentation at the Waynesville Library, Robert will use several step-by-step examples from his own work to demonstrate basic image-editing techniques that are available to everyone. “You don’t have to learn Photoshop to greatly improve your digital photos and make them pop," he says. “There's a program called Photoshop Elements that is much easier to use and costs only about $60.00."
Robert emphasizes that this is not a tutorial in image editing but ademonstration of several ways photos can be noticeably improved without much time or effort.
“The whole idea is to show how a little computer work can make a big difference,” he says.
The session will be about 1 hour with a 30 minute question and answer period at the end.
A handout consisting of an outline and list of references will be available to attendees.
The program will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 14 at the Waynesville Library Auditorium, 678 S. Haywood St, Waynesville.
RSVP is required; call Kathy Olsen at 828-356-2507 to sign up.