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Next summer outing is this Saturday 16th August.
|Jan 8||Harry Watson - Photoshop Elements|
|Jan 15||David Roberts - Portrait Night (Studio)|
|Jan 22||David Best - Lightroom|
|Jan 29||David Best - Lightroom|
|Feb 5||Jack Thompson - Audio Visual - Postponed|
|Feb 12||Peter Gibson - Mounting|
|Feb 19||Ray Magill- Black & White|
|Feb 26||Hugh Rooney - Printing|
|Mar 5||Harry Watson- Photoshop Elements|
|Mar 12||Peter Gibson - Supervision of mounting for exhibition|
|Mar 19||Jack Thompson- Audio Visual|
|Mar 26||David Roberts - Studio Night. Bring your camera and hotshoe flash (if you have one)|
|Apr 2||David Best - Lightroom|
|Apr 9||Harry Watson - Photoshop Elements|
|Apr 16||Nigel Snell - Wildlife Photography|
|Apr 23||Jack Thompson - Audio Visual|
|Apr 30||David Best - Lightroom|
|May 7||Harry Watson - Photoshop Elements|
|May 14||Trevor Craig - Travel Photography|
|May 21||Jack Thompson - Audio Visual|
|May 28||David Roberts - Studio Night. Bring your camera and hotshoe flash (if you have one)|
If you would like hands-on tuition with Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop we are planning to include this in our Wednesday evening sessions. why not bring along a photograph on a memory stick, ideally Raw or TIFF format, (although a high quality JPG will be OK), and we will guide you while sitting at the computer to achieve whatever you want to do.
We feel that this approach will give you a more direct involvement and learning experience by doing it yourself.
If you would like hands-on tuition on Mount Cutting for your competition print entries, then bring along a full sheet of mounting board (obtainable at Easons in Bangor, Ards Shopping Centre or Office Suppliers outlet half way up Castlereagh Road, Belfast (next to Loopland).
Bring your photos along on a memory stick and participate in a critique session.
If you need help with your camera and its settings, or need assistance, then bring it along your camera and flashgun.
if you normally shoot JPGs, why not switch over to RAW and take a few photos, then bring your RAW files with you on Wednesday night and let us show you the advantages of shooting in RAW format and the process of conversion to TIFF or JPG format.