We offer both paid and free workshops for our members. From understanding and mastering Photoshop, Lightroom and Photoshop Elements, using imaging presentations techniques, picture framing to how to shoot good and creative photos using a variety of techniques and intensive hands-on teaching from recognized experts. You can be sure to always be learning at Sandhills Photography Club. Most of the free workshops are taught at the Sandhills Community College's Horticultural Gardens welcome center. See the Education/Training page for various helpful links.
UPCOMING WORKSHOP WITH BRYAN OSBOURNEL:
Adobe Lightroom “Classic” Workshop
Saturday, February 1, 2020: 9:00 am- 4:30 pm
Presented by Brian Osborne
The Photo Classroom
This hands-on class will be a through introduction to the proper and efficient use of Adobe’s Lightroom “Classic” Photo Editing Program.
We will first learn the importance of some basic file management and workflow practices. Then you will be walked through the 7 modules that make up this software package and will learn how to create an editing process that leads to consistency.
Many other tools and features will be covered like the gradient tool, adjustment brush, presets, collections, using a vignette and more. We will even setup some default presets to make the export easier.
Because this is an all-day class, there will be plenty of instruction on all the components of this software but also time to practice what you are learning by actually doing it.
Sample images will be provided on a USB drive for use in the class as well as an outline booklet and a laminated card. Participants are required to bring their laptop computers with the LR Classic package loaded.
Pricing & Details: -$ 125 for SPC members and $150 for non-members includes lunch
-Workshop limited to 18 participants
-Presented at SCC Gardens Visitor Center
See the Club Calendar for the schedule. A sample workshop slideshow is below:
The Wildlife Focus Group's Workshop with Photographer Scott Hotaling
In Western NC near Maggie Valley. Led by Tom Reedy.