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alyson
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« on: January 25, 2010, 05:42:05 PM »

Miami, FL - March 18 - "I Need a Workflow that Works for Me"

Peter Krogh presents I Need a Workflow that Works for Me hosted by ASMP Miami chapter.  This evening presentation will be on how to craft your workflow leveraging the new dpBestflow website. This is a free event for both ASMP and nonASMP members. Please register to ensure you have a seat!

Seminar topics
  • Make informed decisions about choosing the best workflow for your needs
  • Maintain the color intent and quality of your work
  • Understand how to choose hardware and software that is optimal for what you do
  • Preserve your digital image files (and the work that you do to them) for the short and long term
  • Communicate more effectively with clients, printers, digital labs or anyone else handling your files
  • Work more efficiently so you can focus on creating great images and growing your business

For more information on this and presentations in other cities, go to dpBestflow.orgs seminar page.

http://www.dpbestflow.org

Thanks,

Alyson
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« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2010, 02:52:35 PM »

Okay, this one is up next.
Looking forward to it.
Peter
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