Photographic Society of Chattanooga
Tennessee’s Oldest Photography Club
Karen Fox: is an award-winning artist whose goal is to create unique art for her clients. She serves on the executive board of the Tennessee Professional Photographers Association, and is an active member of the Professional Photographers of America and the Professional Photographers of Middle Tennessee. Karen regularly competes in image competitions at the state and international levels. Her work can be viewed on her website at www.karenfoxphotography.com, and demonstrates her passion for digital art in combination with digital photography.
Lin Blackwell-Prabish: is a local professional photographer and artist who has been working in portrait and commercial photography since 1975. She was a professor of art and photography at her local college in Illinois for nine and half years, and served as President of the Associated Professional Photographers of Illinois. Lin has her work displayed in museums in Alabama, Illinois and North Carolina, as well as in the Gallery at Blackwell in Chattanooga and the Craft Axe Throwing Sports Complex in East Ridge. She is a member of the Professional Photographers of America, Tennessee Professional Photographers and the President of the Photographic Society of Chattanooga. You can view Lin’s work at her website.
Kevin Kibble: is proud member of the Professional Photographers of America who specializes in Portraiture, Event, Headshots and Product photography. He has been published in journals such as, “Forks Over Knives”, “Business Jet International” and “Floor Trends Magazine”. Trip Advisor has designated Kevin a “Senior Photographer” and he’s received a “Certificate of Excellence” from Bark.com. Viewbug Organization has awarded him “Achievement in Originality”, “Curator’s” and “Zenith” awards. Kevin finds smiles of satisfied clients as the most rewarding achievement. You can view Kevin’s work on his website at www.kphotokraft.com.
Steve Thomas: has been involved with photography for over 35 years. He is the owner of SGT Photography, specializing in headshots, portraiture, landscape, fashion and event photography. Steve has been published in “Bicycling” and “Outdoor” magazines, and has images hanging in many businesses, hospitals and homes across the southeast. He is a member of the Professional Photographers of America (PPA), is an incoming board member of Tennessee Professional Photographers Association (TNPPA), as well as being a Certified Professional Photographer (CPP) and a Certified Welding Inspector (CWI). In his free time, Steve donates his time to Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep and the Rise UP Cooperative for Chattanooga. You can view Steve’s work on his website www.sgtphoto.com.
Randy Ware: is a retired photography teacher who’s love affair with photography began in the 1970’s when he took a class in college that included how to use a 35mm film camera and developing black and white film. After graduation, he set up his own dark room for color prints and started capturing images with a medium format camera. Since retirement, Randy will photograph anything of interest, but he loves photographing people the most. He loves capturing people’s stories through their facial expressions and eyes. He is an active member of the Photographic Society of Chattanooga.
Tom & Pat Cory: are semi-retired nature and travel photographers who have been members of PSC for many years. For 35 years they led photography tours throughout the United States, Europe, Latin America and the Pacific Rim. Tom and Pat have spent extensive time in Iceland, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and the Faroe Islands. In addition to their travels, they have published three photography books and had their work featured in numerous publications such as Outdoor Photography, Nature Photographer, the PSA Journal and Sierra Club Calendars.
The presentation will begin at 7:00 p.m., at the St. John United Methodist Church, 3921 Murray Hills Drive, Chattanooga, TN 37416. For more information call 423-344-5643 or email Mary Jane Fish at email@example.com. for more information about the Photographic Society of Chattanooga, visit https://chattanoogaphoto.org
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Editing can be a time consuming process. It is more daunting if you are looking for the right tools for the job. Karen will take a deep dive into shortcuts, layers, blend modes, masking and adjustments for Photoshop. She will look at some popular plug-ins for creative effects. The class will utilize Bridge and Camera Raw, but Lightroom users are encouraged to attend! You will walk away from this class with a toolbox of tricks to conquer most editing projects!
Items to bring:
Laptop (suggested to follow along ,but not required)
Software: Adobe Photoshop
Join us at St. John United Methodist Church
3921 Murray Hills Dr,
Chattanooga, TN 37416
Meeting starts at 7:00 pm