We are pleased to be able to have Lee Varis in for our
Lee Varis will be sharing some of his advanced retouching
and photo-Illustration 10-Channel Workflow". See the
amazing skin-smoothing technique using the
frequency-separation method. See how he builds a complete
Las Vegas poster project from start to finish, including
creating a wall of flames from scratch. "The 10-Channel
Workflow" utilizes the grayscale channels of RGB, Lab, &
CMYK to build tone and contrast effects that enhance a
single image in ways that go beyond traditional techniques.
Lee will showcase a number of image enhancements to
illustrate this approach.
Lee Varis ,the owner and founder of Varis PhotoMedia, is a photo-illustrator working in Hollywood. He has been involved in commercial photography for the last 35 years. He started working with computer imaging about 21 years ago after being introduced to the Quantel Paintbox system. Lee currently works with digital as well as conventional photography in conjunction with computer graphics to create images for use in advertising, commercial graphics and multimedia. His work has been featured on movie posters, video box covers, CD covers, and numerous brochures, catalogs and magazine articles. Lee´s creative imaging has been featured in National Geographic and Fortune magazines as well as numerous trade publications including: Photo-Electronic Imaging, Studio Photography, PC Photo, Rangefinder Magazine, Photo District News and Mac Art & Design. Lee has also been involved with consulting and training activities for numerous corporate clients. He conducted a series of imaging seminars for Apple Computers that took him around the country to most of the major metropolitan areas and is currently active in seminar programs with PPA, APA and Julia Dean Photographic Workshops as well as a monthly "Photoshop for Photographers" workshop in Los Angeles. He maintains close relationships with numerous hardware and software companies and is involved in beta testing programs.
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