Joe Lavine is a photographer, educator, workshop instructor, and author focused on teaching and expression through imagery. As a professional photographer, he has spent thirty-plus years creating compelling images through digital imaging and imaginative lighting, and has taught lighting and digital imaging at multiple universities. He started teaching Adobe Photoshop in 1991 and is an Adobe Community Expert. He is the author of multiple books on photography, including the 2019 release of Lighting for Photographers, An Introductory Guide to Professional Photography.
Joe's Upcoming Workshops
Photography students have a basic understanding of photography principles and technology and are comfortable using an SLR camera in manual mode. New Media students have a basic understanding of video, multimedia or animation software. Students have basic computer skills and are comfortable using a Macintosh computer.
Photography students have some formal training and significant experience making, capturing and digitally processing images using Adobe Lightroom and/or Adobe Photoshop. New Media students have some formal training in conceptual and technological aspects of video, multimedia, coding or animation and are versed in the appropriate software applications. Students have a portfolio of their artwork.
Photography students have advanced skills and knowledge of photography and digital image processing. New Media students have advanced skills and knowledge of video, multimedia, coding or animation. Students are self-motivated and have multiple portfolios of their artwork.
Aug 26 - 30, 2024
9AM - 5PM
Digital Workflow: Capture, Print and Everything in Between
Every photographer has been there: the image looks great on the computer screen, but the print doesn’t match our expectations. For some, that means turning on the printer and making a single print, or worse, never attempting the initial print. Achieving quality prints isn’t as difficult as some believe, but there are specific steps to understand and follow. The act of printing begins long before the “print” button is selected; it starts with the initial capture and requires purposeful processing, quality materials, and proper settings. In this workshop, students experience the full process of capturing images, editing in Adobe’s Photoshop and Lightroom Classic and ending with high-quality, archival prints.