Puerto Rico Workshops starting in February
the slide show
The repository for files
and presentations related to Seminars and Training
Sessions authored by Joe Sukenick. viewer by
visiting the Microsoft Web site. Viewers are
available for both PC and Mac platforms.
available for One-On-One and group training in Digital
Photography and he can get you up and running with Adobe
Photoshop from the Basics to Advanced Techniques in
Digital Manipulation, Portrait Retouching, and Image
Restoration. He can provide this service at your location or at his studio. He can also provide live
training and assistance via the Internet without you having to leave your
home or place of work. Joe is also a consultant for all
types of Personal Computer issues, Network
Problems, Digital Imaging Problems and Workflow
He shows you how to do it, when and why to use it, and why it
works the way it does. The way the
information is presented gives you the confidence and
understanding to use these powerful tools in
new ways that will make your Computer System purr and
your images come alive and be
seen in a way that goes from "That's Nice"
Some Topics below use the PowerPoint Presentation
(pps) format. If you do not have Microsoft
PowerPoint, you can install their FREE
8 bit or 16 bit?
"Must Have" Photoshop Books
Calibrate Your Meter to Your Camera
CS3 Settings and Preferences
Introduction to Layers
Making Images POP
Photoshop Blending Modes
Curves - The Real Story
Sensors - Canon CMOS or Nikon CCD?
Return to the Future - Touch Up
Philosophy of Retouching
It's in the EYES!
Basic Facial Touch-Ups
Basic Black and White
Quad Tone - How and Why
All About Brushes
Windows 32 bit or 64 bit?
Paint With Light
Quick Fix for Narrow Backgrounds
Make Your Own Textures and How to Use Them
Canon TTL - Make it Work for You
Photo Restoration - Tears, Color, Missing Pieces...
Colorize a Monochrome Image
Make, Load and Revise Actions
Pure White High Key
Create a Custom Signature Brush
The Grunge Look
The Ansel Adams Look
Wedding Album Layout
Photoshop CS2 Shortcuts
Photoshop CS3 Shortcuts
Getting Good Color
High Dynamic Range
Masking and Layers
This page is under constant construction!