Filters and Plug-ins Photo Editing Workshop – Creative Photography Classes


Photo Editing Workshop

Bring a friend discount: If you bring a friend to this workshop, we will reduce the cost to £75 per person and if you have attended any one of our past workshops, we will reduce the cost to £70.

Filters and Plug-ins, one of our latest Creative Photography Classes.

Filters and plugins for image editing are more popular than ever in today’s photo editing workflow and one of our most popular creative photography classes. There is a growing perception that such filters and plugins are used primarily to produce highly creative imagery and whilst yes, this is true to a degree, you can use them for almost anything; the true benefits can be seen in many other aspects of your work including a much-improved workflow. So don’t miss out and…

BOOK NOW TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT FOR JUST... £85.00 or see our discounted prices above

Here are some useful links to some free and pay filter and plug-in programs


NB: The image shown here, "Punting in Canterbury" has been edited using filters and plugins in Lightroom and Photoshop



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