Welcome to the Website of Mark Fitzgerald

Teacher,  Author, and Photographer

Whether you’re a professional photographer looking to improve your skills to be more competitive in today’s market, or a serious photo enthusiast who needs someone to show them a clear path through the maze of digital options, Mark can help. He does so by providing clear explanations of digital tools and processes so that technology no longer gets in the way of doing business and creating art. Since 2002 Mark has taught countless photographers the best methods for using Lightroom and Photoshop to streamline their workflows and turn good photos into great images.

Zen of Postproduction

Mark’s Latest Workflow Book

Classes and Workshops

Adobe Certified Expert

Mark teaches on a regular basis at Newpace Center for Photography in Portland, Oregon. Mark also teaches workflow and photography classes at a range of locations in the Northwest. Check out the Classes & Workshops page to see what’s on tap.

One-On-One Private Training

If you’re located in or visiting the Portland, Oregon metro area, Mark will travel to you for custom training at your studio or home. This enables you to learn on your own computer, with your own images, in your own environment. Training doesn’t get any better than this. 

If you’re outside the Portland area, Mark can still come to you for private training or you can schedule private online instruction. Contact Mark to discuss options and pricing.

Mark’s new book, “Zen of Postproduction ~ Stress-Free Photography Workflow and Editing” is now available online and in bookstores. Click here to learn more.

“My Best Friends”

February 7 – March 3, 2014
Opening Night Reception: February 7, 2014,  7–9pm

The Bright-Tank Gallery, 990 North First St., Silverton, Oregon, 97381

 My Best Friends

Mark’s show at The Bright-Tank Gallery will be a set of his highly-stylized images of “My Best Friends,” the doggies we all know and love. This series came about several years ago as Mark was exploring new ways to combine filters an layers in Photoshop to create a new style for his dog portraits. The series consists of 9 images, each with it’s own look. Come join Mark and friends for an evening of shared stories and novel images.