PAINTING IN PHOTOSHOP WITH SANDRA PEARCE
TWO DAY WORKSHOP
Painting: The practice of applying paint, pigment, color or other medium to a solid surface. The medium is commonly applied to the base with a brush, but other implements, such as knives, sponges, and airbrushes, can be used. The final work is also called a painting. This sums up what Sandra is going to teach you.
We will be using Photoshop and all of its digital brushes that come in knives, sponges and of course the wonderful airbrush. You will learn to use the mixer brush with all its magical ways (glass glare, blemishes, stray hairs and a multitude of other things it is for). You will learn to paint the images that are usually cast off as unusable. When I was told I had to paint with Corel, I decided I enjoyed PS more and that began my journey to teach myself PS Painting. I have been teaching painting for the last 10 years and invite you to join me.
Note: Different material will be taught each day. Day two will not be a repeat of day one.
Sandra Pearce is one of the most sought out digital artist in the photographic industry today. She is a Master Artist, Master Photographer, Craftsman and CPP. She is an Image Excellence & Image Excellence Bar recipient. Sandra has had the opportunity to speak to thousands of professional photographers across the country from guild level programs to state and national conventions. Her experience in digital imaging has set her apart in competition and she has been awarded Artist of the Year by the Florida Professional Photographers numerous years, Canon Par Excellence 2015, 2016, and 2017, Kodak Awards, Fuji Awards and other awards through the years. Sandra has been in the top ten for GIA awards many times since its inception in 2010. Sandra won the GIA Award for 1st place in the Art Category in 2010, 2016 and 2018 at the Imaging Awards. She has been a diamond photographer for four years. She is an IPC Juror.
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