At Alison Caron Design, 396 Main Street, Suite 14, Hyannis
Get down and dirty, and take your photo-editing skills to the next level with two expert instructors! Betty leads the
morning session with advanced Lightroom including how to manage your files, exporting images, backing up your catalog, and advanced editing techniques. Then, Alison shares all of her Photoshop secrets including advanced selections, adjustment layers/masks, color correction, sharpening, and expert touch-up techniques. This course assumes you already have working knowledge of Lightroom and Photoshop. Space is limited to 8 students to ensure the optimal learning experience. Every student will receive a USB drive loaded with practice tutorials, design elements, textures, and backgrounds. Lunch, snacks, and beverages will be provided. $199*
Working knowledge of Lightroom & Photoshop. Must bring your own computer to class with Lightroom and Photoshop installed. You can download a free trial of Lightroom & Photoshop at www.adobe.com.
Betty Wiley is a free-lance photographer and instructor who resides on Cape Cod. Originally from Las Vegas, Nevada, she has lived in the northeast for over 35 years. She leads photography workshops and teaches post-processing classes on Cape Cod and elsewhere throughout New England. Her classes and workshops have received many accolades from her students and she is well known for her skill in the darkroom. Betty is also a frequent speaker to camera clubs and meet-up groups. Her images frequently appear in a various publications including Cape Cod Magazine, Chatham Magazine, Falmouth Magazine and South Shore Living. Betty is the author of a popular e-book entitled "Capturing the Light — A Photographer's Guide to Cape Cod." For more of her work, please visit her website at www.bettywileyphotography.com.
Alison Caron is a trainer for Geek Girl tech conferences as well as an adjunct instructor in graphic design at Cape Cod Community College. She owns Alison Caron Design, an advertising and branding firm, located on Main Street in Hyannis. She is the former creative director of Cape Cod Magazine, South Shore Living, Chatham Magazine, and Cape Cod Guide. Alison has been using Photoshop for more than 13 years.