Saturday, March 10, 2018

Compositing – Expand Your Creative Space! by Jim Christensen March 12th

Compositing – Expand Your Creative Space! by Jim Christensen March 12

We meet on the 2nd Monday of the month for our programs and the fourth Monday of the month for our competitions. Meetings are usually held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays at 7:00 pm Sept-May) at the Whitney Center, Cultural Arts Center, 200 Leeder Hill Drive, Hamden. Meetings are free and open to the public. FYI, You must be a member to compete, attend workshops and field trips. Come at 6:45, programs start at 7:00. 

You can download Jim's notes here print them and bring them so you don't have to take much notes on Monday

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FUNomRnDoPxl8V750zQrSO5Sf234MQ0g/view?usp=sharing




Want to create images with more impact? Jim will demonstrate the power of compositing to completely change the mood of an image, and open-up your creative space to images that mix your imagination with your digital captures. He'll show examples and explain how to create them using Photoshop and filters from Topaz Labs. This talk will encourage you to imagine and create images with more impact.








Jim Christensen is a photographer, teacher, and speaker from the New York City area; a member and past president of the Westchester Photographic Society, NY; founder of the annual Croton-on-Hudson Fall Arts Festival, NY; and was the Artist in Residence at Acadia National Park, Maine in the spring of 2015. His work has been featured in galleries and other venues in NY and CT, and spans landscapes, night-scapes, wildlife, people (in the studio and on the sidewalks of NY), flowers, and abstracts. In addition he designs and builds one-of-a-kind mixed-media frames, and has a deep technical background in digital imaging theory and software as a result of his career as a research scientist at IBM were he created firmware and image processing software for one of the world's best (and first) digital colorimetric cameras (in the 1980's and 1990's). www.jimchristenphotography.com


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