photography and creativity courses on boston's south shore

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Paint With Light Workshop

Experiment with light, movement, and long-exposures to create colorful and abstract photos.

Portrait Workshop

Spend a few hours refining your portrait shooting and editing skills, using speedlights, Lightroom or Photoshop, and working with a professional model.

Beginning Digital Photography

Get to know the basic workings of your DSLR, MILC, or similar camera, and explore the essentials of creative composition. Improve your photos after the first class!

Intermediate Digital Photography

Continue to develop your ability to chose your exposure, explore more composition possibilities, and improve some technical aspects of your photos.

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Beginning Photoshop

Geared toward the absolute beginning Photoshop user

Experience level: Beginner
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This short course is intended to prepare the new Photoshop user for our more advanced offerings.

In this course you will learn the basics of how to work within Photoshop, including the most commonly used tools, the various information panels, simple selections and layering, and skills you will find useful in our other Photoshop offerings.

We will also learn about how to move files from Lightroom into Photoshop for additional editing.

If you've never really used Photoshop, or have a limited understanding of it, this course will help you get started, and is strongly recommended before you take the Photoshop Course.

This book is strongly recommended for this course and our other Photoshop offerings.

Why this particular book? Martin Evening has a deep understanding of Lightroom and Photoshop, and in my opinion, writes the best books on these topics.


You need Adobe's Photographer Creative Cloud subscription, which gives you access to both Lightroom and Photoshop.

You should be familiar enough with Lightroom to be able to import photos, and do some basic organization.

A laptop or desktop that you can bring each week, with Creative Cloud installed, and up-to-date.