PPANE - NEIPP
Exploring the World of
Possibilities with Photoshop
Sunday - Thursday
Join Ella for a look behind the curtain into the amazing imaging options available to us with Photoshop! In this class, we will use Photoshop to create all kinds of artistic effects, including retouching, digital painting, using patterns, creating creatures, textures and more! You don’t have to be an advanced user to join this class. Some experience in Photoshop is required but we will review some basics to get you on your way and then have lots of fun blasting through a universe of possibilities. Bring your Wacom tablet because we will be using out for retouching and painting along with using many of Photoshop’s other tools. Join us for a fun filled, inspiring week of play in Photoshop!
Ella Putney Carlson has a master of fine arts degree from the New Hampshire Institute of Art and has earned professional photography degrees including Master Photographer, Master Artist, Craftsman, Certified Professional Photographer and ASP Educational Associate. Her fine art composites and photography have won multiple Kodak Gallery Awards and Fuji Masterpiece Awards as well as the Diamond Photographer of the Year award in international competition each of the past three years. In 2018, she placed first in both the Photographic Open and Artist categories of the Northeast District competitions and had the first place entry nationally in the artist category of IPC district competitions. She has been teaching photographic imaging at the University of Mass, Lowell since the late 1990’s.
Ella serves on the board of the Professional Photographers Association of New England as vice president and image chairperson. Her art has been exhibited widely including the Danforth Museum, Vermont Center for Photography, and DeCordova Museum. Her work has been published in several books as well as the Professional Photographers of America Loan Book, the Showcase Book, and Professional Photographer Magazine, and her book "Fine Art Photoshop" was published in May of 2017.