Image Processing/Learning/Sharing Group

It has been agreed that the club sets up an Image processing/Learning/Sharing Group for club members who wish to advance their Digital Image processing skills.

The aims of this group are:

1. Improve the processing skills of individuals in the Digital Dark Room.

2. Learn new skills and methods within Lightroom, Photoshop and other plug-ins.

3. Share skills and knowledge within the club.

The sessions would involve members meeting once a month and will include a how I processed this image/demonstrated to the group as a whole, from a club member.

It is stressed that these meetings  will not be a “Basic how to learn LR5 or Photoshop Evening” some prior knowledge will be assumed – (Layers, Layer Masks, Adjustment Layers etc within Photoshop, and the use of the basic tools in each proposed package) but all members who wish to gain an insight into the digital darkroom are more than welcome to attend.

Light Room 5 and Photoshop CC/CS6 will be used as the core packages by this group. Photoshop Elements users should be able to achieve the same results.

The group will also use some popular plugins, (Topaz Labs, Nik/Google, Onone, Lightroom presets and Photomatix etc) so new members can gain an understanding of them before they purchase.

There would a nominal cost based upon the use of a village hall out with Bishops Stortford.

The proposed venue is Ugley Village Hall and meetings are proposed to be held on the  second Monday of each month, (7:30 – 9:30), with the cost of the hall hire being shared between those attending.

The estimated cost for 10 members attending is approximately  £1.50 each based on two hours hall hire.

The program is currently being prepared for the coming 12 months and will be included in the Web Program Page. It is hoped that handouts will also be available to cover each evening and be available from the club web site Workshop page following the workshop.

If you are interested in the above please contact David Woods or Sandy Osborn




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