Brentwood Photography Group Mini-Clinic

Overview: The Mini-Clinic is a focused workshop on a variety of photographic topics held each month for BPG members.  Examples of past topics include Photoshop, Lightroom, image critiques and lighting techniques.  It occurs the second Thursday of each month.  You can email Dana Barrett with any questions.

Location: We meet at the Brentwood Library located at 8109 Concord Road, Brentwood, Tennessee 37027 (map).  The meetings are held in Room A.

Time: 6:30 pm

 

Next Mini-Clinic Info:

May 11 Dorma Tabisz - http://www.dormatabisz.com/ -

Photoshop Techniques: “The Art of Painting in Photoshop (plus more).”

Dorma will discuss and demonstrate the ins and outs of the Photoshop mixer brush and how to use it not only for painting but also for retouching.  She will also share a new brush organizer and where to find new brushes.

Dorma will also demonstrate the oil paint filter in Photoshop and some of her favorite plug-ins that her clients love.

Digital painting is becoming a hot topic in the Photoshop world.  Come and see what it is all about!

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Upcoming 2017 Mini Clinics


Jun 08 – Robert McCurley -  http://www.robertmccurley.com/ - Critique night

July 13 – Emily McGonigle - http://www.emilymcgonigle.com/ -portraits

Aug 10 – Jennifer King - http://www.jenniferkingphoto.com/ - landscapes

Sep - Sue Henry:  A day in the life of a photography juror

Oct - Mike Gannon & Tom Keller:  Stereoscopic photography (3D)

Nov - Critique Night

Dec - No mini clinic

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2017 Mini Clinic Notes

January - Lou Outlaw's notes are here

 

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2016 Mini Clinic Notes

March - Bob English notes here

April - Mike Gannon's Exposure notes here

May - Lightroom Tips & Tricks here, Photoshop Tips & Tricks here

August - Marc Billingsley off camera flash notes here

Sept 8 -  Image Critique, Mark Mosrie