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Creating a Workflow that Works for You

Are you unsure of what steps to take (and in what order) when you edit your photos?

Does the edited photo on the screen or in your hand not look like the photo in your mind? And you don’t know what to do to make it reflect your vision?

Are you tired of attending workshops where an expert demonstrates tip after tip, trick after trick, and when it’s over you have no more clue what to do than you did before the workshop?

If so – then my
Creating a Workflow that Works for You Workshop
may be just what you’re looking for.

On September 20-21, Bill and I will be teaching a workshop designed to help you create a photo editing workflow that allows you to create photographs that reflect your vision – using the editing software you prefer to use.

On Saturday the 20th, we will share the steps we use in our workflow to create our landscape and flower photographs. We’ll  be demonstrating editing techniques using both Lightroom 5.6 and Photoshop CS6 during the workshop.

On Sunday the 21st, it will be your turn to edit photos using the techniques we shared. So bring your laptop and some photos to edit and we’ll work with you to create your editing workflow and answer any of your questions.

Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge
Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge

Some of the topics we’ll be covering include:

  • Choosing the right photo to edit
  • Envisioning your final photo
  • Finding the photo in your capture
  • Drawing your viewer’s eye to what you want them to focus on
  • Making the scene pop

To participate in the workshop, you’ll need

  • A laptop computer
  • Editing software of your choice installed on your computer
  • A willingness to learn

The workshop will be taught at my home in Bethesda, Maryland. We are limiting the workshop to six participants to make sure we can provide you with any individualized help you need.

Chincoteague Pony

Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge

Join me on September 20 – 21

Registration Fee: $ 197




The workshop will be taught at my home in Bethesda, Maryland. I’m limiting the workshop to six participants to make sure I can provide you with any individualized help you need.

Questions: Email me and we can find a time to talk

Tentative Schedule

Saturday September 20 9 AM – 5 PM

Creating A Workflow that Works for You

  • Choosing the right photo to edit
  • Envisioning your final photo
  • Finding the photo in your capture
  • Drawing your viewer’s eye to what you want them to focus on
  • Making the scene pop

Sunday September 21  9 AM – 12 PM

  • Editing Your Photos

Assateague Light

Assateague sunrise

This workshop is designed for people who are frustrated that their edited photos don’t look like they want them to. You should be comfortable using editing software and have it installed on your computer.

Not sure if this workshop is right for you? Drop me an email and we can find a time to talk.

A few more details:

Food, lodging and transportation are not included in the cost of the workshop.

The workshop will be held at my home in Bethesda. I do have several cats – so if you are allergic to cats, please plan on taking your allergy medications in advance. We’ve never found a way to get all the cat hair and cat dander off the furniture and I’m sure my cats will come by to greet everyone..

Cancellation policy: Workshop registration fees are fully refundable before Sept 10, 2014. Fees for cancellations made after September 10  will be refunded if I am able to fill your space with another workshop participant.

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