Image Credit: Stephen Sherman

Improve and enhance your photographs with Photoshop Elements.

Get hands-on practice in cropping, burning and dodging, color correction, retouching, noise reduction, sharpening and color management. Mac/Windows users welcome.

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  • Beginning Photo Editing With Photoshop Elements

    First Session: Mon, Jan 12, 2015, 1 pm - 3:30 pm

    Instructor: Stephen Sherman  show bio

    Stephen Sherman is a New York based photographer, working primarily in New York and Paris, and his work documents the rapidly changing face of the urban landscape of both cities. The work revisits the ideas of Charles Marville and Eugene Atget in a sense, and attempts to capture a disappearing civilization and way of life, both in Paris and in New York. The pictures aim to neither glorify the old nor negate the new, but to be a counterweight to the forgetting of our ideas of neighborhood and place.

    All of the work is long term and on-going.

    The Arrondissements Project started in 2000 and covers all twenty arrondissements. In that fairly short period of time, the evolution of some of the arrondissements has seen the disappearance of one way of life, replaced by another that seems like a totally d...for full instructor biography and other classes taught by this instructor, click here

    Day(s): Monday

    Sessions: 6

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    Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

    Room: S292, 2nd Fl, S Bldg

    Price: from $275.00

    Available by Priority Registration through Dec 2. If eligible, login. Open registration begins noon, Dec 3.
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  • Beginning Photo Editing With Photoshop Elements

    First Session: Thu, Feb 5, 2015, 1 pm - 3:30 pm

    Instructor: Stephen Sherman  show bio

    Stephen Sherman is a New York based photographer, working primarily in New York and Paris, and his work documents the rapidly changing face of the urban landscape of both cities. The work revisits the ideas of Charles Marville and Eugene Atget in a sense, and attempts to capture a disappearing civilization and way of life, both in Paris and in New York. The pictures aim to neither glorify the old nor negate the new, but to be a counterweight to the forgetting of our ideas of neighborhood and place.

    All of the work is long term and on-going.

    The Arrondissements Project started in 2000 and covers all twenty arrondissements. In that fairly short period of time, the evolution of some of the arrondissements has seen the disappearance of one way of life, replaced by another that seems like a totally d...for full instructor biography and other classes taught by this instructor, click here

    Day(s): Thursday

    Sessions: 6

    Supply List: Click here to view list

    Class Calendar: View class calendar

    Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

    Room: S292, 2nd Fl, S Bldg

    Price: from $275.00

    Available by Priority Registration through Dec 2. If eligible, login. Open registration begins noon, Dec 3.
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  • Beginning Photo Editing With Photoshop Elements

    First Session: Thu, Nov 13, 2014, 1 pm - 3:30 pm

    Instructor: Stephen Sherman  show bio

    Stephen Sherman is a New York based photographer, working primarily in New York and Paris, and his work documents the rapidly changing face of the urban landscape of both cities. The work revisits the ideas of Charles Marville and Eugene Atget in a sense, and attempts to capture a disappearing civilization and way of life, both in Paris and in New York. The pictures aim to neither glorify the old nor negate the new, but to be a counterweight to the forgetting of our ideas of neighborhood and place.

    All of the work is long term and on-going.

    The Arrondissements Project started in 2000 and covers all twenty arrondissements. In that fairly short period of time, the evolution of some of the arrondissements has seen the disappearance of one way of life, replaced by another that seems like a totally d...for full instructor biography and other classes taught by this instructor, click here

    Day(s): Thursday

    Sessions: 5

    Supply List: Click here to view list

    Class Calendar: View class calendar

    Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

    Room: S292, 2nd Fl, S Bldg

    Price: from $230.00

    Class in progress. Call 212.415.5562 or email to register.
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