Photoshop For Photographers Workshop

+ 6 hours (2x for 3h/day; you can combine different dates)
+ RAW files
+ actions, scripts, brushes and other assets

90.00 € 90.0 EUR 90.00 €

90.00 €

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Photoshop for photographers

Our goal will be to bring photography vision to life. Photoshop will help us to overcome technical and circumstantial challenges so that we can offer viewers captured moments as we experienced them.

Photo post-processing and editing is an integral part of photography. It is nowadays and it was just as much in the past. In analogue times we had dark rooms and now we have digital darkrooms. Industry-standard for photo editing and retouching is Adobe Photoshop. Sure, there is software that can do things faster, or some specific subset better. But there is no other software that could do - well, literary anything. But with great power, also comes great responsibility. At this workshop, we will be using Photoshop primary as photographers, and perhaps only dab a little into the world of digital conceptual art.

Expected knowledge to attend: 


You don't need any special pre-existing Photoshop knowledge to attend this workshop. It also doesn't hurt if you are already somewhat familiar with the software. We will start with strong foundations, build from there and by the end of the workshop you should be well prepared.

What you need for this workshop:


Be sure it can run Photoshop.


The latest Photoshop is recommended.

You will learn

About editing

There is NO digital photo that wouldn't be edited! We can only decide to either let some general algorithm do it or do it ourselves. It is also nothing new and we still use the same principles as they already existed in analogue times.

Adobe Camera Raw

Photoshop, Camera Raw and Bridge are the legendary trinity of photography. We already introduced Bridge in workflow, but no Photoshop workshop wouldn't be complete without deep dive into Camera Raw.

Photographer's Workspace

The incredible versatility of Photoshop can also be daunting for beginners. We can greatly speed up and simplify our photo editing if we narrow the workspace to toolsets applicable to photographers.

(None) Destructive Editing

Art is subjective and ideas grow and change over time. So our edits should accommodate that, right? Not (yet) everything can be done non-destructive in Photoshop, but with the right approach, we can be pretty close. 


The natural next step after the introduction of non-destructive editing is layers. Layers are the bread and butter of Photoshop work. There are many different kinds of layers, suitable for different aspects of editing.

Blending and Masking

Blending and masking bring our vision together. Suddenly our file is not just a bunch of layers and different images and edits. It comes together into one final breathtaking piece of art. 


Retouching, cloning and healing. Lately, also neural networks along with AI filters and tools are making a big splash. The future of photography and Photoshop is surely very interesting and will be a lot of fun.

Post-Processing Principles

Every bit of data lost is lost forever. That is why we try to bring and keep as much data as possible in editing. We will talk about file formats, colour spaces, compatibilities and exports.


There are numerous ways to do things the right way in Photoshop. I will share a couple of approaches so that you can apply the one most suiting for your situation and photography post-processing setup.

The workshop also includes


With all necessary electric and internet connections.  


You also get lifetime access to all the material from the workshop.  

The workshop is intensive and a lot of fun, runs in small groups.


You receive a lot of assets that will make your future edits faster.  


Learning and support after the workshop.


Digital files needed for the workshop are provided by instructor.

Bring your photography vision to life!

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