Pushing the Boundaries: creative digital image-making – P41W27-20

Date: Oct 05 - 16, 2020

Skill Level(s): III to IV i

Instructor(s): Maggie Taylor

Price Option(s):
$650 — Reduced Tuition (COVID-19 Artist Relief Offer)
$1,200 — Full Price Tuition (For those able to pay at this time)

Students may choose to pay the Reduced Tuition or the Full Price Tuition. Additional need-based scholarships available upon request.


Explore new horizons in photography with the application of digital tools on traditional imagery. This workshop covers advanced image manipulation using Photoshop layers, masks and adjustment layers. Students also explore the possibilities of using the camera as a scanner incorporating antique images into new works. The instructor shares her techniques and creative paradigms via easy-to-follow demonstrations.


Adobe Photoshop ,(*familiarity with masks, layers and adjustment layers is essential), creative technical exercises, scanning, digital photography with digital cameras and/or iPhones


Maggie Taylor is a creator of lovely things who lives in Gainesville, FL. Her work has been exhibited and collected internationally and her work appears in four published books, including an edition of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and an Adobe Photoshop Masterclass book titled Maggie Taylor’s Landscape of Dreams.


Additional Information: This workshop will meet Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10AM- 12PM, MST through the dates of October 5 – 16. In addition to the group sessions, each student will get one individual meeting with the instructor. The group will meet via Zoom (download free from Zoom.com) and the links and other information will be sent out the week before the start of the workshop.


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The Companions, 2017 by Maggie Taylor

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