Professional photographers and hobbyists alike can now learn how to add fine art painterly effects to their photographs in Adobe Photoshop from Elite Corel Painter Master Karen Sperling.
In the class you will learn the art theories and Adobe Photoshop steps for painting photographic portraits with a fine art painterly touch.
Karen Sperling is known for her simple, direct and thorough approach to explaining how to use Corel Painter. A Photoshop user since CS3, Karen explains in the same cut-to-the-chase style how she created the painting on this page step-by-step using Photoshop CC's tools and features, including the Mixer Brush Tool and Frequency Separation. The class also mentions Topaz filters, but the effects can be achieved with Alien Skin and Nik as well.
The Artistry Online Class #10: Fine Art Painterly Portraits in Photoshop is currently in production and will be available in its entirety on February 28, 2018 for $99. Enroll now for $79 and save $20 off the class tuition as a thank you for being an early adopter and get the class videos as they become available. The special price ends February 28, 2018.
Write to Karen Sperling with questions.
The Artistry Online Class #10: Fine Art Painterly Portraits in Photoshop
Full Price $99
Pre-order Price through February 28, 2018: $79
The class includes self-paced videos featuring art lessons and step-by-step Adobe Photoshop instructions for turning photographs into fine art painterly portraits to achieve the painting on this page. You will receive the source photo seen on this page so that you may follow along with the tutorial video lessons hands-on. The class also includes access to a private online forum where you may ask questions. When you click Add to Cart, your card will be charged and you will receive class videos as they become available.
Please note: The Artistry Online class videos aren't automatic downloads. A person sends them to you. You will receive the available class video links within 24 hours of your order during regular business hours Monday through Friday U.S. Pacific Time.