Using Selections, Layers, and Masks in Photoshop, Feb 13

The Pagosa Springs Photography Club will hold Its February meeting on Wednesday the 13th, at The Community United Methodist Church, 434 Lewis Street.

Join us for socializing at 6 p.m., followed by a brief business meeting at 6:30 p.m. Long time photographers and those just starting out are welcome.

The February Photography Club Meeting will feature Bill Milner. His presentation is entitled, Photoshop Selections, Layers and Layer Masks for Image Enhancements.

Bill is a former commercial photographer, and will give a presentation on using selections, layers and layer masks as techniques for enhancing digital image files. Bill operated a commercial photography studio in Salt Lake City, UT for 35 years doing product, architecture and industrial photography for advertising. An early adopter of digital imaging, he has years of experience using and teaching Photoshop. He and his wife Jacquie have owned a home in Pagosa for nearly 5 years and now spend about half their time here and and half in Salt Lake. They hope to make a permanent move here by the end of this year.

All members may bring up to 10 photos on a thumb drive to share with the group after the presentation. For February, members are encouraged to bring photos on the theme of Winter.

A reminder, it’s time to pay your Club dues for 2019. Dues are $25 for an individual, or $35 for a family. You may bring your dues to one of the Club meetings, or take to Susanne Russell at the Art & Framing Center of Pagosa Springs, 235 Country Center Drive, Suite E

Author: fotohiker

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