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« on: July 03, 2009, 05:04:13 AM »

We have four programs to offer, all held at Peter's studio located in Kensington, Maryland.  Sessions run from 9am to 5pm. Each day is a stand alone workshop.

    * Lightroom Workflow
    * Lightroom Workflow for Wedding Portrait & Event Photographers
    * Expression Media Workflow
    * Camera Scans - Take your Film to Digital

Lightroom for Wedding, Event and Portrait Photographers * Monday, July 20
Lightroom for Wedding, Portrait and Event Photographers is a workflow-centric workshop that presents specific recommendations on how to shepherd a large shoot through Lightroom and onto a web-based proofing service such as Pictage. While the basics of Lightroom are shown, the program only goes into the tools as they relate to a wedding/event photographer workflow.

Lightroom Workflow * Tuesday, July 21
The Lightroom Workflow workshop is geared to a general purpose Lightroom user, such as a corporate, stock or personal photographer. While the class also presents a workflow blueprint, it focuses on a deeper understanding of the Lightroom tools, and how they can be used in different ways.

Expression Media Workflow * Wednesday, July 22
This workshop is geared to photographers and collection managers who use Expression Media to work with photos. It's helpful to have basic familiarity with the software, but we will cover all the basics, as well as intermediate and advanced features.
 
Camera Scans * Thursday, July 23
One of the most promising developments in the scanning of film images is the use of a digital camera to digitize massive numbers of images very quickly. Using inexpensive equipment along with a digital camera, we've been able to make more than 1000 high-res scans of black and white film in a single day. This technique also works extremely well for color transparency film - providing a reproduction-quality scan for pennies apiece.

Each workshop is a stand alone event and each costs $200. If you wondering which workshop is right for you, read through the copy on our website, http://www.theDAMbook.com/pages/in-person.html. Please contact me if you still have questions.

Thanks,  Alyson
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