Image Stacking Workshop

Wednesday September 18, 2019

10:00 am - 12:00 pm in classroom
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm guided shooting and lunch break (You can bring lunch or grab something at the Subway, Burger King or Starbucks around the corner).
1:30 - approx. 3:30 back in the classroom for post processing images


Please bring with you: camera with a wide angle lens - anything in a 24mm range will be fine and a card reader to download your files - no need to bring a tripod.

Please go through your camera menu and make sure to have a grid display on your view finder (if you have that option, some cameras don’t. If your camera doesn’t, don’t worry, we will work around it).

*Students attending this Workshop should have knowledge in Photoshop: Layers, Adjustment Layers, Masks and the Brush Tool (the material taught in Sharon’s Basic Photoshop Workshop).
**Participants MUST have a laptop to bring with them with PS installed.

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Highlighting Student Work:

The subject matter for this technique is endless. I am constantly amazed and proud of my students when they present an assignment that is original and thoughtful. I would like to share with you a series of 6 images created by one of my Langara College students, Lesley Thomas. Lesley used the stacking technique to create a series of artisans.

 
 

Image Stacking Workshop

$150 CAD


Directions:

3131 Ketcheson Road, Richmond.

If you arrive early, please wait at the entrance or lobby and I will come to let you in as there is no buzzer.

Please note that because the building is new it might not appear on some cars GPS’s, however it is updated on Google Maps.

Parking: There is a parking lot on the corner of Sexsmith and Capstan Way ($3 for the whole day).