“As a photography student taking many courses in my degree the most impactful were those taught by Sharon. What insight beyond course outline Sharon has shared with us. It helped open my mind to view in another way based on all of her experiences. Sharon gives it all.”

— Han Lee, former student

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The perfect 6 hours workshop for BASIC or INTERMEDIATE.

The Basic Workshop will introduce you to the fundamentals of Photoshop. So by the time you enter start any of my Photography Workshops, you are up to speed and gain maximum benefit from the Post Processing techniques. These Photoshop Workshops are also valuable as a stand alone to enhance your existing images.

The Intermediate will take your post processing skills to the next level to transform your images from Good to GREAT!

Participants must bring their own laptop with a Photoshop installed (no need to have the latest version)

EACH WORKSHOP IS LIMITED TO 10 PARTICIPANTS

 


In this one day workshop you will learn how to create truly artistic images that are a combination of Cubism and Impressionism. If artistic interpretation is your thing and you are looking to expand your creative horizons with new techniques and vision, this workshop is certainly a must for you!

Limited to only 7 participants for maximum attention.

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April 2-4, 2020 - 4 Day Workshop to Explode your Architectural Senses!

Join Sharon in the architectural wonderland to see where Where a Modern Architecture Wonderland Meets Old European Heritage.

Learn to see the architectural environment as ART and implement your vision with post processing skills.

Instructed by Sharon Tenenbaum.

ONLY 2 SPOTS LEFT!

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Capture British Columbia in all its glory! Bowen Island offers spectacular seascapes and the perfect backdrop to learn Long Exposure Photography as well as other fine art seascape techniques. Sharon Tenenbaum will walk you through all the steps from pre-visualization to the intricate details of post processing.

Instructed by Sharon Tenenbaum. Registration is now OPEN!

10% Discount to Sharon’s Workshop Alumni or if you bring a friend!

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Whidbey Island-in the midst of spectacular landscapes and coastlines that provide the perfect inspiration for Long Exposure Photography. Join Sharon in this 4 day workshop to learn EVERYTHING about Long Exposure daytime Photography! From the most basic to advance techniques in Long Exposure Photography.

Details and registration will be provided in late October.

The workshop will take place at the Pacific NorthWest Art School.

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The perfect workshop for those that love Fine Art Architectural Photography and want to spend 4 days immersed in architectural photography and learning Photoshop. No previous knowledge of Photoshop is required, Sharon will start from the basics and walk you through each process step by step.

By the end of this workshop you will master Photoshop post-processing while capturing breathtaking images!

10% Discount to Sharon’s Workshop Alumni or if you bring a friend!

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Reviews:

“I can say without a doubt that Sharon helped me take my photography to the next level.” - Jack Vainer


“Sharon is a gifted communicator. She creates an exceptional learning experience.” - Doug Bell


“Sharon made sure that each question was fully addressed before moving on” - Karoline Cullen


“I have won shows and sold art from the pictures I made during the workshop with her.” - Sandra Canning


“If you are looking for ways to revitalize your photographic art and creativity I highly recommend Sharon's workshop” - John Sternbergh


“Sharon’s seminars and workshops are well worth the investment” - Derek Stobbart


“Sharon’s courses widened my vision of fine art and long exposure photography.” - Bennet Mac


"Better than a thousand days of diligent study is one day with a great teacher like Sharon” - Samuel Blair


“Sharon helped me see/define my own style and to take that style through into the highest quality image that I can make.” - Mabry Campbell