High Impact Sports

Friday, October 4
9:30am-5:00pm.

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Step into the electrifying world of sports artistry with our High Impact Sports program, where creativity meets athleticism in a dazzling display of digital prowess. Embark on a journey that transcends the boundaries of conventional sports imagery as attendees delve into the secrets of crafting captivating sports art.

Through live demonstrations utilizing cutting-edge Photoshop techniques, participants will witness the magic of extracting subjects from green screen environments and transforming them into dynamic visual spectacles.

Attendees will learn about enhancing subjects with precision and finesse, breathing life into every pixel. From refining details to mastering composition, attendees will glean invaluable insights into the art of creating scenes that resonate with power and emotion. Each stroke of the digital brush serves as a testament to the boundless potential of sports artistry, igniting a passion for pushing creative boundaries and making a bold statement.

Immerse yourself in a world where imagination knows no bounds and innovation knows no limits. Join us for an unforgettable experience that promises to revolutionize the way you perceive sports art, empowering you to unleash your inner artist and leave an indelible mark on the canvas of athleticism. Whether you’re a seasoned designer or an aspiring enthusiast, our High Impact Sports program guarantees to inspire, educate, and elevate your artistic journey to exhilarating new heights.

1. Lighting (Live Demo with models)
2. Retouching THE RIGHT WAY
3. Dodging and Burning
4. Enhancing subjects and elements
5. Creating scenes using the enhanced elements
6. Finessing the final image

Meet Corey McDonald

Corey is a Master Photographer, Master Artist, Photographic Craftsman, and a Certified Professional Photographer.

He lives and breathes photographic artistry. Corey says, “Other than this career, it’s just my dog and I living the dream. I love working with athletes, photographing wildlife, and creating story-telling artwork for fun.”