Photo Guild - Digital Imaging for Photographers - Workshop

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  1. HatMan

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    Hey everyone!

    This workshop may not interest everyone here, but there are some interesting speakers and topics planned including colour management by one of the best directly from Xerox, Eric Boutilier Brown on post production and blending, and even myself on Adobe Lightroom Workflow.

    Here are the details from the poster that you may see floating around in your favorite camera store in the next week or so.

    If you go to the seminar, make sure you say "Hi!"

    Click the link below to view the seminar poster and details:

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    (Sorry... I couldn't figure how to include the image this morning and didn't have time to to figure it out...)
     
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    damn it, I would love to go but will be in NYC that weekend
     
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    I'm planning to come to this. Do I need to bring anything in particular? Will it be easy to find when I get to the Burke Building?
     
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    I've got a rally Saturday, damnit. Someone video tape it for me! (Kidding! :) )
     
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    Tough choice! NOT! Have a great trip...
     
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    I'd just bring something to take notes. I'm not sure what everyone will be doing, but my presentation will be purely live and won't involve Powerpoint or any other pre-rehearsed stuff. Which, in itself, may make for some unplanned entertainment! ;)

    The Burke building is actually quite easy to find. If you turn left down Inglis St. from Tower Road it's the second building on your right. There's a sing on the building that says Burke Centre.

    See you there!
     
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    I went to this on Saturday and had a great time. Lots of good info, and great speakers. Mike did a great job, with his talk on Lightroom 2, woulld have been nice had it been a bit longer, but still, like I said lots of good info. Nice to meet you finally Mike. Eric Boutlier did an awesome job on photo stitching and retouching. I took a course from him last year, they guy really knows his shit. Can't wait for another event like this.
     
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    Thanks! It was nice to meet you too. I could have talked all day... ;)

    I'll let everyone here know when we finalize the seminar we're planning to be a full day on LR2 and PS. I also spoke to EBB afterward and I think he and I may try to put something together as well sometime down the road.
     
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    Mike that would be very well received I think.
     
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    I would definitely be interested in a LR2 seminar.

    The workshop this weekend was very helpful and I'm finally starting to get a grasp of things that used to be a mystery to me. :)
     

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