Get clued up on digital photography and Photoshop in particular via Adobe-run seminars
From the end of this month Adobe, in association with HP and Wacom, is running a short series of one-day seminars aimed at experienced amateur and professional photographers who have not yet made the move to digital or who feel they need to improve their knowledge of digital photography techniques.
Adobe say: "Created by photographers for photographers, the Photoshop4photographers seminar delivers essential learning for all interested in furthering their knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, improving digital photography workflows and automating routine tasks.
"Covering topics from camera capture through to print, Adobe consultant Terry Steeley will discuss throughout the day digital imaging best practice considerations, as well as demonstrate countless invaluable time-saving techniques for simplifying everyday tasks
• Digital Negative format .DNG
• Camera RAW vs. JPG
• Adding 'File Info' metadata
• 8-bit or 16-bit
• Colour Management
• Masking & cut-outs
• Dust Removal
• Watermarking images
• Automate routine tasks
"The course will also help you appreciate the benefits of using the File Browser, understand image 'Levels' and 'Curves' and much, much more..."
Who should attend?
Amateur, semi-professional and professional photographers interested in furthering their knowledge of digital photography.
Seminar times: 10.00am - 4.30pm
Cost per delegate:
Regular cost £79.00 (£92.83 inc VAT)
Adobe aList members £59.00 (£69.33 inc VAT)
|Date|| City ||Venue
|29/11/04|| Dublin|| Holiday Inn City Centre,
Pearse St, Dublin 2
|30/11/04|| Cork ||Apple, Hollyhill Industrial Estate
|1/12/04|| Belfast ||Hastings Europa Hotel, Edinburgh Suite, Belfast
|6/12/04 ||Nottingham ||Nottingham Royal Moathouse,
Wollaton St, Nottingham
|8/12/04|| Bristol ||Hewlett Packard Labs, Filton Rd
Stoke Gifford, Bristol
|9/12/04|| London ||Apple, 2 Furzeground Way
Stockley Park, Heathrow
For more information, visit the Photoshop4photographers
support Web site.