Thom Rouse: After the Camera – Before the Print: Photoshop as a Creative Medium

Thom Rouse Program name:

“After the Camera – Before the Print: Photoshop as a Creative Medium”

For many of us Photoshop has become more than a post-production tool to repair and enhance our photographs. For some of us Photoshop has become an all-new visual medium unto itself –a blank canvas from which we create an all-digital image. Thom will be demonstrating the process and techniques he uses in Photoshop when creating in the computer.

To paraphrase Ansel Adams, “Photographic images are our instruments – Photoshop is the performance”

Thom Rouse began his career as a portrait-wedding photographer in 1993. Based near Chicago, he now divides his time between commercial, fine art, and commissioned fine art images, with his clients as the central subjects of his pieces. His conceptual fine art images utilize real world photographs blended and manipulated to create an alternative to real world perception.

Thom holds the PPA Master of Photography degree, the Award of Excellence, the Master of Electronic Imaging degree, Photographic Craftsman degree and is a Fellow of the American Society of Photographers. He holds three Diamond, four Platinum and one Gold Photographer of the Year Awards from the PPA. He is three time recipient of the Illinois Photographer of the Year and MARC Photographer of the Year, 2010. Other awards include numerous Kodak Gallery and Fuji Masterpiece Awards, 40 images in the PPA and ASP Traveling Loan Collections, and the ASP Gold Medallion in 2006 and 2010. Thom’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States as well as in Canada, China, Japan, Korea and Europe.


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