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PRESS RELEASE: Adorama Launches Workshop Series With Photography Superstars
Professionals, enthusiasts and amateur photographers throughout the tri-state metropolitan area will be thrilled to learn that their favorite source of photographic equipment, Adorama Camera, Inc., is launching an affordable new educational series, Workshops@Adorama.
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 28, 2007 -- Professionals, enthusiasts and amateur photographers throughout the tri-state metropolitan area will be thrilled to learn that their favorite source of photographic equipment, Adorama Camera, Inc., is launching an affordable new educational series, Workshops@Adorama. (www.adorama.com/workshops)
"Our workshops will be taught by a world-class team of top photographers, digital processing gurus and color experts," notes Monica Cipnic, program director of Workshops@Adorama. "There will be workshops geared towards pro shooters, first-time digital camera users and enthusiasts looking to improve their picture-taking skills."
All workshops are conveniently scheduled for Sundays or weekday evenings. Classes will be small and registration limited, providing students with an intimate setting for learning new skills and techniques.
In addition to its course offerings, Workshops@Adorama will be hosting special events and book signings by its illustrious instructors. The first of these will take place from 2-5 p.m. on Sunday January 28th, when Bryan Peterson will be on hand to sign copies of his best-selling works -- Understanding Exposure, Learning to See Creatively and Beyond Portraiture.
Registration is currently underway for the February workshops, which are being offered at special low introductory rates. Included are:
Pressing Buttons: Making the Most of Your Digital Camera's Controls with Philip Ryan, Senior Editor of Digital Imaging Products and CNET Reviews -- $39.95
Using Your Digital SLR with George Schaub, Editorial Director of Shutterbug Magazine -- $99.95
Digital Essentials for Shooting and Printing,a Master Session with SanDisk Photo Master Jack Reznicki, President of Professional Photographers of America (PPA) and founder of Photo News Network (PNN) -- $89.95
Adobe Photoshop CS2: Understanding Layers and Masks with noted photographer and educator Jean Miele -- $125.
Color Management: What is it and How to Use it to Get Better Prints, and Color Correction: Getting it Right with Adobe Photoshop CS2 with photographer/educator Maria Ferrari -- $65 each.
Shooting for eBay with Lou Jawitz and Kitty Jawitz. Lou is a noted advertising, editorial, stock, travel and fine arts photographer. -- $39.95
March 2007 offerings, also with introductory prices, will include Light, Geometry, Moment with Tod Bryant; The Working Photojournalist with Louis Lanzano; Exploring the Night: Life in New York City with Toby Old; ABC's of Digital Photography and Digital SLRs with Steven Hirsch; Digital Food Photography: Creating Delectable Images with Lou Manna; The Power of Adobe Bridge in Photoshop with Maria Ferrari; Digital Image Management: Keeping your Assets in Line with Kenneth Rowe; Master Session: Understanding Exposure with Bryan Peterson; and Adobe Photoshop Raw: Advanced Techniques with Jean Miele.
Most workshops will take place at the Adorama Building, 42 West 18th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues, conveniently located in the heart of the Photo District.
Register online at: www.adorama.com/workshops
For further information please contact Carl Nilson by phone
Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-6 p.m. at 212-741-0401 ext 2216 or via email.
(First posted on Monday, January 29, 2007 at 10:57 EST)