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Developing The Final Image – Artistic Stages of Image Enhancement

March 1 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Our March 1st meeting will begin at 7PM and will be ZOOM ONLY. Please log in as a member to GNPA.org to sign up for the Zoom meeting.

Our speaker will be John Mariana. John is a renowned photographer and popular educator of photography expertise. He has conducted numerous workshops across the United States, Scotland and Tuscany as
well as volunteering time to speak at functions, museums and prominent photography groups. John is regularly sought by professional photographers for private mentoring.

In 1980 John began using photography in connection with his art
background to create color images. By 1984, large format black
and white prints became his specialty. John’s early artistic training combined with photography gives his images a unique visual and emotional presentation. Today, John makes photos in digital format to bring a new and different look to his work with primary focus on his unique color palette with visual and emotional presentation. He has won numerous awards for his large print images and regularly donates his work and talents to non-profit endeavors.

John’s statement regarding his presentation on March 1st:

I believe we pass through FOUR STAGES of learning and accomplishing enhancing our captured images. This presentation will show the aspects of each stage using images showing the “as captured” image and then the enhanced image.

Each stage will be explained with sample images and images from several of other sources to show the extent of the enhancements.

Please attend the presentation and learn how you can advance from Stage 1 to Stage 4.

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