Photoshop & Photoshop Elements: Additional Techniques for Jewelry Artists and Photographers On Demand Web Seminar

Join Jim Lawson and learn about key Photoshop editing applications every jewelry photographer needs to know!
OnDemand Webinar

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Join Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist magazine photographer Jim Lawson and build off the skills you learned in Jim’s first web seminar Photshop Elements: A Tutorial for Jewelry Artist and Photographers with this second web seminar that delivers tips all jewelry artists need to know when editing their jewelry photography.

Discover the several common tools in elements and Photoshop that can be used for creating realistic and precise selections for jewelry. Dive into additional instruction on how to use the magic wand tool, quick select, and Quick Mask tools, techniques Jim uses himself for every photograph he creates for Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist magazine and Step by Step Wire Jewelry.

Join Jim today and learn:

  • How the Magic Wand tool works and when to apply this affect to your photography.
  • When not to use the Magic Wand and change to the Quick Selection tool.
  • Learn more tips and tricks on how to use the Quick Mask effectively to modify & create selections on hard and soft edges.
  • And more!

SKU: EP8569

Author/Speaker/Editor: Jim Lawson

File Type: MP4

Format: OnDemand Webinar

Customer Reviews

Disappointing Review by Lesley

The sound quality was poor. and the presentation disjointed. I know that the presenter is knowledgeable but this didn't come through in the presentaion.

(Posted on 12/8/13)

OK Review by Pilar

It was obvious that the presenter was very knowledgeable but he has difficult to follow. Now that I have a link to the video and can replay it, I might get the information that I need. I understand to save time he already had layers ready for the presentation, but for those of us that do not know how to make those layers in the first place it was a little difficult to follow.

(Posted on 12/4/13)