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This course is for delegates who have already completed beginners or introductory Photoshop courses, or who are more experienced users. The course shows you how to use Photoshop’s precision cutting and retouching techniques within a non-destructive workflow. The course is ideal for those working with portrait, product or composite imagery and those who enjoy post-production.
Field trip to the beautiful Loch Eck in Argyll
Near Dunoon, Argyll
This course is for delegates who have already completed beginners or introductory Photoshop courses, or who are more experienced users. The course shows you how to prepare high quality images for desktop print, output to a professional lab, online use, working with CMYK for litho print or magazine publication and preparing files for a digital press for on-demand book production.
Distinctions advice from panel members.
The Fisbourne Centre, Chichester
A journey from my simple photographic beginnings to 'present day' more complex post-processing techniques, enabling the creation of my unique composite images
Ilton, Nr Taunton
A Lecture by Permajet
Foxton Village Hall and Sports Pavilion
Documentary Group AGM - 2 April 2017
DIG Scotland Centre Meeting. All Welcome. DIG Members and non-Members. Non-DIG Members £5 at the door.
Bridge of Allan Parish Church
As part of the Breathing London project, we have been running a series of workshop. Led by Robert Canis, landscape and wildlife photographer, the final workshop 'Back to Spring Again' will take place on Monday 3rd April in St James's Park - meeting point is the Cafe in St James's Park - link below
St James's Cafe
An opportunity to have your say and help plan our next London Region project (or projects)
Wetherby Preparatory School, London