Get Hands-on With Photoshop World Instructors Jim DiVitale and Helene Glassman


Every once in a while you come across a workshop you’d just love to attend, and for me, one of these is Jim Divitale and Helene Glassman’s 3-day hands-on digital imaging workshop coming up July 28-30th, 2008 at Jim’s studio in Atlanta.

If you’ve ever been to Photoshop World (where Jim and Helene are featured instructors), you already know what amazing teachers they are (Jim has been one of our featured photographers for the past 15 or more Photoshop World’s in a row!).

If you’ve read my book, The Photoshop Book for Digital Photographers, then you know already know Jim, because he’s referenced throughout the book, and in the acknowledgments, as one of the people who help me come up with the initial outlines, concepts, and even some of the techniques themselves.

If you’ve read my book, The Digital Photography Book, Vol. 1 or 2 you’re feeling the influence of Helene Glassman, who spent an entire day with me sharing her portrait photography techniques, tips, posing ideas, and lighting set-ups. She does the same thing in her Photoshop World classes, and she goes beyond that with teaching photographers how to market their work.

I know what these two have to offer; I’ve seen the results they get, and that’s why I’m dying to take their hands-on workshop. The 3-day workshop is designed is for people with intermediate to advanced knowledge of Photoshop CS2 or CS3, and covers:

  1. Hands on digital capture workflow using DSLR cameras.
  2. Understanding lighting formulas for portrait and commercial still life photography.
  3. Custom profiling the camera, monitor, and printer for predictable results
  4. Advanced lighting and camera techniques for location and in the studio
  5. Determining proper exposure values for digital capture.
  6. Repairing damaged files and poor lighting conditions.
  7. Creating high quality black and white and color images.
  8. Understanding bit depth, resolution and file format for professional jobs.
  9. Managing digital files from concept to archiving.

I hope you get a chance to spend a few days learning from Jim and Helene, because it will have a real impact on both you and your work. Here’s the link with all the details.

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