Kathryn Eismann - leading the course - she gives master classes and has a good learning experience of people, in addition to being a world-renowned professional in the field retouching, restoration, transformation of images. Therefore, all the material of the course - on the tonal and color correction - a very well worked methodically Begins with simple techniques for tone correction of a black and white images and color correction ends more complex ways. The course will be understood by beginners, although the general idea of Photoshop, its tools to have. There are no reviews of the program menu, tools, their purpose, etc. For those who are already working in Photoshop, the course will be of interest because it is very clear understanding of the structures and methods of tonal and color correction.
Join artist, author, and educator Katrin Eismann as she guides you through this step-by-step tutorial-based class that demonstrates the many options for transforming your images from color to black and white. You'll learn how to work with Adobe Camera Raw and adjustment layers to interpret and add subtle toning and tinting effects, along with many other spectacular techniques. Katrin will also give you an overview of the Advanced Black and White print option for Epson inkjet printers to ensure your finished images are as beautiful in print as they appear on your computer screen.
In this DVD you'll learn… The new black and white adjustment layer feature, preset filters, adjusting conversion, and the tint feature. Retouching conversion artifacts with the Quick Selection tool, refining edges, and the Clone Stamp tool. Advanced techniques for working with image saturation and color luminance. Using image channels for converting color to black and white, working with blend modes, layer masks, and subtle sharpening techniques that will add a refined look to your images. Apply creative toning and tinting effects to black and white images to enhance their mood and effectiveness.
Photographer Katrin Eismann shares some of her knowledge about preparing for, shooting, merging, and experimenting with panoramic photos.
This first volume of John Cage’s complete works for flute spans a fifty year period, from the Three Pieces for Flute Duet of 1935—deft studies in chromatic writing—to the 1984 Ryoanji, which involves the use of pre-recorded flutes and percussion with resultant diverse and intricate textures. Two is the first of Cage’s important ‘number’ series and is edgily ruminative, while Music for Two, written for any combination of the 17 different instrumental ‘parts without scores’ provided by the composer, is heard in an arrangement described by Katrin Zenz as a ‘new piece for flute and piano’.