The Art Of Processing
Develop Your Style
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Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Fee includes our program, printing, lunches, and a gourmet wine tasting.
A non-refundable non-transferable deposit of $1,000 is required.
Limited to 10 participants
Limited to 10 participants and 2 instructors, short of a one-on-one private session, you simply can’t get more personal than this.
People on our Wait List will be alerted if space becomes available and hear about our next session first.
Intermediate skills in Lightroom & Photoshop
A collection of related images in a body of work
If you’ve taken the Art Of Creativity you’re pre-approved.
Alternately, you may be approved based on a portfolio submission.
This intensive workshop will help you take your technical skills to the highest level in ways designed to enhance your personal style.
In depth daily reviews of portfolios / projects will highlight community resources and set the stage for both creative and technical demonstrations that will help you take your work to the next level. Daily demonstrations and exercises will help you process, think, see, and shoot, creatively. Our Technical demonstrations will include essential new features you need to know about in Lightroom 5 and Photoshop CC, double raw processing, multi-shot processing techniques, advanced detail enhancement, the interpretive art of dodging and burning, and more. You’ll see two top pros process their own files, each other’s files, and your files revealing that technique can become an art. We’ll do all of this with and eye to helping you develop your own personal style.
How is this Raw Creativity session different than our the Art Of Creativity?
The Art Of Processing is less conceptual and more technical. It’s about strengthening your skills while our other program will concentrate on skills and vision. It’s about execution. It’s best for people who have a clear idea of where they’re going and what they want to produce and want to explore optimum ways to get there. Take this workshop and you’ll be able to make the very most of your Raw files in ways that emphasize your personal style. Or, take both! They’re designed to complement each other perfectly.
While not everyone can or does, we recommend you take our Raw Creativity workshops in this progression Art Of Creativity (Vision), Art Of Processing (Style), and Master Class (Project). They’re designed to complement each other perfectly!
Our sessions take place in our private homes and studios. As well as outstanding hospitality, you’ll get a special glimpse of where we work and live.
Winter sessions take place in Florida.
Summer sessions take place in Maine.
Palm Beach Gardens
Seth’s private home / studio is located in beautiful Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Lunches by the pool surrounded by Seth’s orchid garden and adjacent nature preserve plus before/after hour walks on the nearby beaches will give you time to relax and get ready to absorb the next set of intense sessions.
Fly into Palm Beach, Florida.
Come early or stay late and visit the nearby Norton Museum and Miami.
Food & Wine
A special evening gourmet dinner and wine tasting will be served by Seth.
Every event is a unique experience!
Here’s what past participants shared about their workshop experience.
“I’m better because of you guys.” – Fred Littoy
“I’m inspired and now have more energy to work.” – Barbara Chevallard
“This workshop exceeded my expectations. I have so much clearer idea of how to assess and process my photos. This expanded on the Art of Creativity. So glad I did both. The quality of the instruction was outstanding, the material fascinating and the hospitality over the top!” -Sydney Keith
“The variety of subjects and the instructors was the best part”- Margrit Schwarz
“The workshop exceeded my expectations. The best thing was the critiques which helped me find my personal direction.”- Sherry Teefey
“The workshop exceeded my expectation. The best part was the people and the attention from seth and Jp. I always leave with insights and new knowledge.”- Danielle Vick
“The best part of the workshop was editing each others photos, critiques, JP and Seth editing our pics and challenging our boundaries.”- Michelle Olenick
“The best part of the workshop was the demonstrations and processing others pictures.” – Charlotte Temple
“The best part of the workshop was the combination of creativity and technical” -Dede Pickering
“The groups material and instructors made for an excellent opportunity” -Sandy Chandler