This is a last call for all those interested in learning how to take control of their digital photo collection in a completely stress free environment.
The course is a short, 5 hour workshop with 15 students at the Capilano University Campus in Sechelt, that are keen on learning how to wrangle their photo libraries.
You can be a PC or a Mac user. You can be novice, enthusiast, or professional photographer.
This is a short, fun, enthusiastic look at how you can maximize your photo management experience.
The class is set for April 20, only 2 weeks away, so call now to reserve your seat (604 885 9310).
This five-hour workshop covers everything you need to know to get the most out of your digital pictures.
Using the immensely popular [free] program Picasa, you will learn easy, sure-fire methods of transferring your photos to your computer, organizing them into convenient collections, editing them to perfection, and sharing them with friends and family.
Bring your own digital camera and transfer cable, or a photo CD so you have meaningful material to work with. This workshop is both Mac and PC friendly.
See the official listing at Capilano University.
NB: Although this course discusses many photographic concepts, it is not designed to teach you how to use your digital camera.
You should also be familiar with basic computer operations and terminology to take this course. This course includes a ½ hour lunch break; please bring lunch.
|1 Sat||Apr 20|
|10 am – 3 pm||M. Lehmann|
Register now by calling 604 885 9310