Digital art photography workshop Villamartin
If you’re interested in photography you may be interested to know about a digital art photography workshop with Imelda Bell on November 22 2017 near Villamartin on the Costa Blanca.
The workshop is aimed at photographers looking to add a bit of magic to their images by increasing their Photoshop knowledge and learning more about creating composites.
The event is being hosted by Julie Patience of Jewels Photography at her studio near Villamartin who invited Imelda to make her workshop available here in Spain. Julie is hoping to host other similar workshops suitable for both professionals and amateur photographers in the future.
During the course of the day Imelda will be covering;
- How to generate and develop an idea
- Setting up the elements needed for the final image
- Capturing the individual images
- Editing and compiling the elements in Photoshop
- Adding the final touches
Imelda will also be showing some of her award winning images and letting you in on some of the secrets as to how she created them.
The cost of the workshop is £195 or €225 depending on your preferred currency.
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