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Photoshop for Photographers Workshop

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Photoshop for Photographers Workshop $99

January 17th-18th Wednesday-Thursday 6-9 p.m. 

Workshops are held at The Gina Zhidov Photography studio 327 North 6th, Chickasha

Students will need a laptop and Photoshop or (a free, editor) 

(Photoshop is available on in the Creative Cloud Photography package as a special offer to Photographers $9.99 monthly) 

Students will receive:


Wi-fi provided.

This workshop is designed for the Photographer who wants to enhance their images.    Student's will learn: 

  • The benefits of working with layers
  • learn how to work with masks
  • How to change a background (white to black) 
  • How to remove acne, blemishes in portraits
  • How to retouch wrinkles, lighten under eyes
  • How to remove and add objects to images
  • Resizing your images and best resolution for print, web
  • Saving your images in various formats PSD, TIFF, JPG, PDF and why

Adam Heilman will guide you step by step and give you tips and shortcuts so you’ll know how to create the best possible versions of your photographs.  

Graphic Artist Adam Heilman received his B.F.A. at USAO and has worked in the graphic design field for the past 12 years honing his artist eye and technical skill.  He is President of the Chickasha Area Arts Council, an active board member of the Chickasha Community Theatre and a well-known, local Artist.  To see his works:

Workshops are held at 327 North 6th, Chickasha

Sign up below: Must sign up and pay to be considered part of workshop. Once you sign up check your e-mail for an invoice to pay.  If you have a January workshops $99 gift certificate, please indicate in the form below and bring the certificate to the workshop.

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January workshop gift certificate $99
Earlier Event: January 15
Painterly Images Workshop
Later Event: January 19
Night And Long Exposure Workshop