Leverkusen, September 2001 - At the end of September 2001, Agfa will be launching a new course in "Digital Photography" on the AGFAnet (www.agfanet.com), starting with the topic of "Presentation" as the first of 24 lessons. The other lessons will follow on a monthly basis. The first part gives a clear explanation and examples of how to create presentations from digital photos. The user can easily learn how to adapt images, add effects, text or sound, and produce slide shows in the form of a video. And that's just the beginning!
The 24 lessons on subjects such as "image editing techniques", "special digital techniques" and "photos and the Internet" are an ideal supplement to the 44 existing lessons in the Agfa Photo Course. A large community of photo enthusiasts has come to value this very extensive and professional source of information over the last several years. They like to take advantage of the 36 lessons on "classical photography", the four in the lab course for black-and-white fans and the four on the basics of digital photography in order to further develop their photography skills.
If you take a look around the AGFAnet web site, you will find not only the photo course, but also a wide range of other information and service offers, including reviews of current software products, the option to download image editing programs and, not least, the AGFAnet Print Service for ordering prints on high-quality photographic paper via the Internet. So, no matter what you are interested in, a click on www.agfanet.com will certainly be worthwhile!
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