Birmingham School of Photography

Weekend Workshop on
Photoshop for the Absolute Beginner


Before and after: Photoshop was used to create a different image feel

This slow-paced course is for anyone that has images, digital or traditional, and wants to improve their appearance and impact, but has no idea how to even take the first step towards this goal. Photoshop is the world's most popular and effective photo editing software in use today. This will be a step-by-step course in the basics of PhotoShop. From  uploading your images, to resizing, retouching, getting rid of red eye, removing glare from glasses, selective hand tinting on an image, altering from a color image  to a black and white image, sepia toning,  filter applications, color and contrast correction, how to correct backgrounds and change them, how to make collages,  how to straighten crooked images, and much more. The small size of this class will allow the instructor to assist students individually in their images.

Prerequisite:
Some basic knowledge of computers is helpful, but not required

Instructor: Parastoo "Paris" Farzad

Cancelled- March 2017

One Weekend 
March 18-19
Saturday from 9:00-5:00 ( lunch break from 12:00-1:00)
Sunday 12:00-6:00

Course fee: $ 150 (cash or check accepted at time of class-You can also Pay with Credit Card on Paypal- Gifts@bsph.com)


Photoshop was used to separate the two subjects. Top left is the old 1940's original and
the bottom right is what the client wanted for a special application.


Birmingham School of Photography @ The Studio
1018 Montgomery Highway
Vestavia Hills, Alabama 35216
205-877-3282 or 205-862-8562