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Upcoming Events


    Photoshop Restoration & Retouching Workshop - Monday January 5, 2004 to Friday January 9 at 12:00 AM.

      One week with Katrin Eismann ansd the latest edition of her book!! his five-day intermediate to advanced class will take advantage of the latest features in Adobe Photoshop CS to correct exposure and color cast problems, remove dust and scratches, and rebuild the most damaged originals. We will work with Photoshop image adjustment, empty, and neutral layers to invisibly restore and retouch both antique and contemporary photographs - easily, quickly, and invisibly. Additionally, the class addresses portrait and glamour retouching secrets enabling you to bring the best out of each portrait.

    MAKE YOUR WORKflow (A D-65 event - led by IR expert Seth Resnick) - Sunday January 11, 2004 to Saturday January 17 at 9:00 AM.

      Perfecting digital can be a huge time investment and an intellectual challenge. The key to shooting digitally is comprehending all of the technology and knowledge needed after one actually takes the photograph. Once you understand what is involved, digital is intensely rewarding. Digital offers a world of new creativity and allows for greater quality control over your imagery. Our workshop will provide you with the tools and incentive to become a better photographer both technically, artistically and financially. We totally immerse you in this one-week intensive digital workflow workshop. The heart of the workshop is to gain a feeling of empowerment with digital workflow. Our days consist of lectures supplemented with comprehensive handouts and hands-on training on digital capture, digital processing and output. We encourage you to work in groups, teaming up to foster the strengths in a collective learning environment. At week's end you will not only have a deeper understanding of digital workflow from input to output, but more importantly you will possess the tools needed to create your own successful and functional digital workflow. Topics to be covered: * Adobe Photoshop CS * Tonal adjustments * Color Spectrum and Digital Exposure * Monitor Profiling * Color Management from Input to Output * Choosing the Right Color Space * White Balance * Creating actions to Automate Digital Processing * File Naming Conventions * Metadata including EXIF and XMP * Sharpening * Upsizing & Downsizing * Digital Asset Management * Copyright and Security * Archiving & Storage * Digital Delivery * Interactive Web Photo Galleries & Customized presentations * Photoshop "Tricks and Tips" * Pricing and the Business of Digital * Hardware and Software * Sensor Cleaning * Creative Exercises * Reviewing of Work Produced Throughout the Program. South Beach, Florida.

    Digital Photography - Monday January 19, 2004 to Friday January 23 at 9:00 AM.

      Digital photographer and Adobe Photoshop CS guru Vincent Versace will share elements of digital capture in a workshop guaranteed to educate and inspire. This hands on workshop will explore aspects of equipment, image optimization, digital black-and-white, color photography, environmental portraiture and a cinematic approach to composition.

    The Fine Digital Print - Monday January 26, 2004 to Friday January 30 at 9:00 AM.

      John Paul is hosting a one week workshop on the art of the Fine Digital Print. The workshop will take place in John Pauls own studio in beautiful Cushing, mid coast Maine.

    Fotofusion 2004 - Tuesday January 27, 2004 to Saturday January 31 at 6:00 AM.

      A series of field trips, computer labs and exhibitions as well as seminars and panel discussions. This series of special events is scheduled to take place at the Palm Beach PhoTographic Centre. It promises to have something for everyone as it contains everything from seminars to photoshoots to computer labs. An "all inclusive" Gold Passport costs 545 dollars or tickets can be purchased on an individual basis for workshops and labs. Please see web site for more info.

    PEI Live! The Conference for Digital Photographers - Saturday February 7, 2004 to Tuesday February 10 at 8:00 AM.

      Join the biggest names in digital photography: Greg Gorman, Jeff Schewe, Katrin Eismann, Bruce Fraser, Martin Evening and John Paul Caponigro are just a few of the featured speakers. Topics to include PhotoShop restoration and retouching, managing your digital workflow, print permanence and preservation, color management and more. Dallas, Texas

    PEI Live! Martin Evening's Photoshop Seminar Presentation - Sunday February 8, 2004 at 9:00 AM.

      Advanced Photoshop Retouching & Masking Techniques "This session will concentrate on some of the special Photoshop techniques that you can use when retouching photographs. It will include advice on how to prepare an image from the capture or raw scan stage - how to optimize the tonal information and bring out detail in the highlights and shadows. Plus advice on how carry out basic corrections to remove dust and scratches. The main focus will be on professional retouching techniques, showing you how to use the clone stamp, healing brush and patch tools to their full advantage. In the case of the patch tool, how to use the Pattern Maker feature in Photoshop to generate a custom texture to help repair large image areas. A lot of Photoshop retouching still relies on traditional painting techniques. I will demonstrate how to use brush blending modes to target your paint brush work to remove blemishes and smooth skin tones. Although there are third-party masking plug-ins and programs you can use to do cut-out work, Photoshop is perfectly capable of enabling you to make exact masks that can be used to produce seamless blends when an image is combined with an alternative backdrop. There will also be advice and tips on how to shoot backdrops and photo elements with a view to making a comp in Photoshop. How to create realistic backdrops that match the expected perspective and focus."

    The Art of Digital Hand-Coloring - Thursday February 12, 2004 at 2:00 PM.

      Adding a hint of color or toning a black-and-white image or creating dramatically hand-colored images with Photoshop can be both financially and creatively rewarding. Hand colored images have a classic allure appeals to customers and can generates sales. Learn how to create stunning black-and-white images from your color originals, tint them, and how to hand-color images without getting out your oils ever again!

    PMA Annual Convention and Trade Show - Thursday February 12, 2004 to Sunday February 15 at 7:00 AM.

      For 80 years, Photo Marketing Association International has brought together people who shape and drive the $87 billion worldwide imaging industry to the PMA Annual Convention and Trade Show. Together, we have built an event renowned for delivering real-world solutions to the imaging audience. Now is the time to celebrate your past successes, take a fresh look at your business and shpe your future with the outstanding array of ideas you'll discover here.

    Thunder Lizard PhotoShop Conference - Wednesday February 18, 2004 to Friday February 20 at 9:00 AM.

      Digital Design World 2004: Rumored to be the best Thunder Lizard event thus far, this event will provide comprehensive coverage of Digitial Workflow, PhotoShop and Web Design. As the schedule for the three day event is still subject to change, please refer to the site for updates and the eventual posting of the official agenda. Please note: IR experts Andrew Rodney, Jeff Schewe, Mac Holbert, Katrin Eismann and Martin Evening will lead sessions at this event.

    Color Management � In Plain English Please - Friday February 20, 2004 at 2:00 PM.

      As part of the Thunder Lizards Photoshop conference, Andrew Rodney will once again present his "CMS in Plan English". ICC Profiles, working spaces, calibration � argh! All you want is for the image you print to look the same as the one you see on your screen. Is that so hard?! No, it doesn�t have to be. This session will walk you through WHAT you need TO DO to get your images to output the way you expect them to: Essential steps for ideal color management Soft proofing colors What to do when the �profile missing� dialog appears Choosing your working space in Photoshop What to choose in the Print dialog

    MAKE YOUR WORKflow (A D-65 event - led by IR expert Seth Resnick) - Sunday February 22, 2004 to Saturday February 28 at 9:00 AM.

      Perfecting digital can be a huge time investment and an intellectual challenge. The key to shooting digitally is comprehending all of the technology and knowledge needed after one actually takes the photograph. Once you understand what is involved, digital is intensely rewarding. Digital offers a world of new creativity and allows for greater quality control over your imagery. Our workshop will provide you with the tools and incentive to become a better photographer both technically, artistically and financially. We totally immerse you in this one-week intensive digital workflow workshop. The heart of the workshop is to gain a feeling of empowerment with digital workflow. Our days consist of lectures supplemented with comprehensive handouts and hands-on training on digital capture, digital processing and output. We encourage you to work in groups, teaming up to foster the strengths in a collective learning environment. At week's end you will not only have a deeper understanding of digital workflow from input to output, but more importantly you will possess the tools needed to create your own successful and functional digital workflow. Topics to be covered: * Adobe Photoshop CS * Tonal adjustments * Color Spectrum and Digital Exposure * Monitor Profiling * Color Management from Input to Output * Choosing the Right Color Space * White Balance * Creating actions to Automate Digital Processing * File Naming Conventions * Metadata including EXIF and XMP * Sharpening * Upsizing & Downsizing * Digital Asset Management * Copyright and Security * Archiving & Storage * Digital Delivery * Interactive Web Photo Galleries & Customized presentations * Photoshop "Tricks and Tips" * Pricing and the Business of Digital * Hardware and Software * Sensor Cleaning * Creative Exercises * Reviewing of Work Produced Throughout the Program. This workshop will be held in New York City.

    Focus on Imaging - Sunday February 22, 2004 to Wednesday February 25 at 9:00 AM.

      Europe's biggest annual imaging show, covering all your needs from image capture through output and beyond. Serving professional image makers and processors, buyers of image making equipment or matierials, distributors of products or keen hobbyists, Focus offers many free seminars and workshops as well as hundreds of companies exhibiting their products. Birmingham, England

    Digital Printing for the Fine Art Photographer - Friday March 5, 2004 to Sunday March 7 at 9:00 AM.

      Everything you need to know to make the finest digital prints from your color transparencies, negatives or digital files. Covering subjects from equipment selection to fine tuning in Photoshop, this workshops will also include a scanning component, making use of the state-of-the-art Heidelberg Tango Scanner.

    MAKE YOUR WORKflow (A D-65 event - led by IR expert Seth Resnick) - Sunday March 21, 2004 to Saturday March 27 at 9:00 AM.

      Perfecting digital can be a huge time investment and an intellectual challenge. The key to shooting digitally is comprehending all of the technology and knowledge needed after one actually takes the photograph. Once you understand what is involved, digital is intensely rewarding. Digital offers a world of new creativity and allows for greater quality control over your imagery. Our workshop will provide you with the tools and incentive to become a better photographer both technically, artistically and financially. We totally immerse you in this one-week intensive digital workflow workshop. The heart of the workshop is to gain a feeling of empowerment with digital workflow. Our days consist of lectures supplemented with comprehensive handouts and hands-on training on digital capture, digital processing and output. We encourage you to work in groups, teaming up to foster the strengths in a collective learning environment. At week's end you will not only have a deeper understanding of digital workflow from input to output, but more importantly you will possess the tools needed to create your own successful and functional digital workflow. Topics to be covered: * Adobe Photoshop CS * Tonal adjustments * Color Spectrum and Digital Exposure * Monitor Profiling * Color Management from Input to Output * Choosing the Right Color Space * White Balance * Creating actions to Automate Digital Processing * File Naming Conventions * Metadata including EXIF and XMP * Sharpening * Upsizing & Downsizing * Digital Asset Management * Copyright and Security * Archiving & Storage * Digital Delivery * Interactive Web Photo Galleries & Customized presentations * Photoshop "Tricks and Tips" * Pricing and the Business of Digital * Hardware and Software * Sensor Cleaning * Creative Exercises * Reviewing of Work Produced Throughout the Program. New Orleans, Louisianna

    I3 forum - Tuesday April 6, 2004 to Thursday April 8 at 7:00 PM.

      A collective of digital imaging frontiersmen, design pioneers and technoverts, dedicated to the development of new techniques, ideas and tools that will invigorate the industry. To be held at the Surf and Sand Resort in Laguna, California. Participation is by invitation only. Please visit the site for more information on how to become eligible to attend this impressive event.

    MAKE YOUR WORKflow (A D-65 event - led by IR expert Seth Resnick) - Sunday April 18, 2004 to Saturday April 24 at 9:00 AM.

      Perfecting digital can be a huge time investment and an intellectual challenge. The key to shooting digitally is comprehending all of the technology and knowledge needed after one actually takes the photograph. Once you understand what is involved, digital is intensely rewarding. Digital offers a world of new creativity and allows for greater quality control over your imagery. Our workshop will provide you with the tools and incentive to become a better photographer both technically, artistically and financially. We totally immerse you in this one-week intensive digital workflow workshop. The heart of the workshop is to gain a feeling of empowerment with digital workflow. Our days consist of lectures supplemented with comprehensive handouts and hands-on training on digital capture, digital processing and output. We encourage you to work in groups, teaming up to foster the strengths in a collective learning environment. At week's end you will not only have a deeper understanding of digital workflow from input to output, but more importantly you will possess the tools needed to create your own successful and functional digital workflow. Topics to be covered: Adobe Photoshop CS * Tonal adjustments * Color Spectrum and Digital Exposure * Monitor Profiling * Color Management from Input to Output * Choosing the Right Color Space * White Balance * Creating actions to Automate Digital Processing * File Naming Conventions * Metadata including EXIF and XMP * Sharpening * Upsizing & Downsizing * Digital Asset Management * Copyright and Security * Archiving & Storage * Digital Delivery * Interactive Web Photo Galleries & Customized presentations * Photoshop "Tricks and Tips" * Pricing and the Business of Digital * Hardware and Software * Sensor Cleaning * Creative Exercises * Reviewing of Work Produced Throughout the Program. Denver, Colorado

    Santa Fe Workshops - Master Photoshop (John Paul Caponigro) - Monday April 26, 2004 to Friday April 30 at 9:00 AM.

      For those who have attained an advanced level of proficiency in PhotoShop, through years of experience or through attendance of the digital workshops Photoshop I anbd II, this seminar will further stimulate the mind of the more skilled PhotoShop Technician. The Master PhotoShop workshop will teach you to use the most advanced PhotoShop techniques in your pursuit of creating compelling and evocative images. The course will cover professional color correction, advanced masking, seamless compositing, and rendering photographic effects.

    PhotoImaging and Design Exp - Wednesday May 5, 2004 to Friday May 7 at 9:00 AM.

      Designed by imaging professionals for imaging professionals. This event will explore the needs and concerns of commercial, portrait, and wedding photographers as well as illustrators and artists. PhotoImaging and Design Expo incorporates a trade show with onsite photo shoots, seminars and networking events. Sand Diego, CA

articles

Proper Lighting Conditions
Thanks to GTI, this PDF shows some common specifications that are included in the ISO 3664:2000 guidelines.

Thursday December 18, 2003
by GTI Graphic Technology, inc.

A lot of discussion on proper lighting and environmental conditions in the digital darkroom have been discussed. Here is a PDF from GTI, the makers of excellent light boxes. It does provide some information from the ISO 3664:2000 standard.

Weekly Chatter:Need for Correct Exposure in RAW
Wednesday November 26, 2003
by weekly chatter

Each and every week, Imaging Revue offers non-members a tantalizing taste of the information available within our forums. Make sure to check out the entire list!

Soft Proof Tutorial by John Paul Caponigro
Monday November 24, 2003
by John Paul Caponigro

John Paul Caponigro walks the reader through the processes of soft proofing images in Photoshop in this elegant and useful PDF excerpt from his book "Photoshop Master Class". orders placed through John Paul at info@johnpaulcaponigroarts.com receive a free PDF Guide to Getting Good Color.

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