4-Week Class: Tuesdays 2/1, 2/8, 2/15 & 2/22 4:00pm Eastern
Photoshop is a monster of a program and is so very useful to many forms of art. Unfortunately, because it has so much in it it can be overwhelming for those that want to use it for simple tasks. In this series we will look at tools and techniques that are specifically useful for photography. This will not be an in depth photoshop class but will give you specific tools and techniques for improving and manipulating your photographs.
(Please note: This class is being offered in conjunction with other Art Centers in the state. Participants will be from around New York State and not limited to local LPCA students.)
About the Instructor: Thom Williams
Thom Williams is a photographic artist currently living in Troy, NY. Thom earned a B.F.A. from SUNY Oswego with studio concentrations in Graphic Design and Photography. He has taken photographs ranging from fashion editorials, portraits, architecture, athletic events and street photography. Whether a gesture, expression, or angle of architecture, Thom is inspired by capturing images not otherwise seen of ordinary moments that can have profound reflective meaning for the viewer. As an artist, he is interested in experimenting digitally with images and more recently in presenting images in a unique multidimensional way.
His fashion editorials have been published in Saratoga Living, The Muse and Tatoo Envy Magazine among others. Thom's work can be viewed on TM Williams Photography through Facebook or Instagram. Teaching at multiple art centers for the past 3 years in person and virtually beginning in 2020, he has found an avenue to share his passion and foster growth for others interested in photography.
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