Annie Donovan is an interdisciplinary and photographic artist based in the southeast, focusing her attention on personal experiences and the environment. Originating from DFW, she received a BFA from UT Arlington and an MFA from Florida State University. Her work has been exhibited internationally in Italy and nationally in Texas, Florida, Georgia, Ohio, and Louisiana. Her work has been featured in various publications such as Lenscratch and the Oxford American Magazine. Annie currently resides in TLH where she enjoys hanging out with her cat, flying free with her pet pigeons, and exploring the globe with her camera at her side.
Bring your creative ideas to life with Adobe Photoshop, the professional digital imaging standard, used by photographers and designers who want to perfect their digital images. Photoshop allows you to create powerful images, composites and designs. This introduction workshop is designed to teach the core foundation of Adobe Photoshop in just two days. The focus will be on step-by-step instruction leading students through the most important tools and options in Photoshop while learning non-destructive editing practices to maintain the integrity of your pixels.
Topics that will be covered in this workshop are:
- File formats
- Photography Tools
- Selection and Masking
- Adjustment Layers
This workshop is held in one of our digital classrooms’ outfitted with Macintosh computers. No experience is necessary but basic computer skills in the McIntosh platform are required.
Lunch each day is included. Lodging is available on campus $75/night, private room & bath.