Lisa and Tom Cuchara have been teaching photography workshops together for over 13 years. They have taught workshops and presented programs at the New England Camera Club Council Conference, and at a number of camera clubs and for the Connecticut Association of Photographers. They offer camera, post-processing and on location classes and workshops. They also offer individual one-on-one workshops. They are patient and enthusiastic, and both very passionate about photography. Lisa's exuberance is contagious and she will inspire you with her skill and enthusiasm.
You can see what they are offering here: http://www.meetup.com/Image-Enhancement/. Sign up today (free) to get notified of new workshops are they are posted...
- Textures Workshop (flower setups, take photos of texture, and learn post-processing using textures)
- Night photography
- at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery (or Woodlawn Cemetery)
- at Longwood Gardens
- at Trolley Museum
- at local parks, beaches and piers
- (and Macro) at Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum (with tripods)
- Morovian Tile Factory (with tripods)
- HDR (with tripods) at Grand Central Terminal
- HDR and Architecture inside at Gillette Castle (with tripods)
- HDR and Architecture at the various theaters (Warner, Palace, Bushnell, Landsdowne Theater, Victory, Sterling Opera House, etc.)
- Models and Architecture at the Morovian Tile Factory
- Models at Grand Central Terminal
- Photo Hi-Jinx (photo setup) Workshop
- Macro Workshops at various locations
- Classes on using your Camera, Exposure, Manual, HDR photography, etc.
- Classes on post-processing (emphasis on layers and masks)
- Classes on post-processing using plugins in Photoshop and Lightroom
- Classes on processing RAW images with ACR (Adobe Camera RAW) in CS6 and CC,
- Classes on post-processing using Lightroom (emphasis on the Library & Develop modules)
- Project Nights -- come and work on a HDR or other photography project. We all have lots of images in our computer, these project nights are designed to get your photographs processed and for you to learn a particular post-processing skill you want to learn.
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