March 15, 2018, 6:30pm - 8:30pm

The goal of this workshop is to familiarize participants with some of the digital tools used to organize and adjust images so that they have the best possible representation of their artwork for their submissions to galleries, funding organizations, web or magazine publication. We will cover the basics of using Adobe Lightroom, and a quick look into some of the other tools commonly available, such as Apple Photo, Adobe Bridge and Photoshop:

• Differences between Adobe Bridge/Photoshop and Lightroom, Using Apple Photo.
• How to evaluate an image.
• Triage and selection of images.
• Adjusting exposure and white balance.
• Bulk actions.
• File naming and storage.

Hosted by Paul Litherland

Paul Litherland is a visual artist/performer living in Montreal. His wide-ranging practice incorporates themes of masquerade, vulnerability, and machismo, explored through photography and multimedia performances and installations. Works such as Force Majeure and Lift vs Drag are drawn from experiences as a skydiver and BASE jumper, while his explorations of the relationship between a copy and its original emerge from years of documenting artworks as a professional photographer. He lives and works in Montreal, Quebec. He has been photographing artwork for more than 20 years, and has taken some 280,000 photos of paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints and performances of some of Canada’s best known artists as well as those new to the milieu.

$10 for members
$20 for non-members
Space is limited, please register in advance by email: