IPA Announces New Webinar Series: Image Manipulation in Photoshop, Techniques for the Professional
Press release from the issuing company
Edina, MN—October 21 , 2005—IPA announces a new 3-part series featuring tools and techniques for Photoshop users, taking place November 8, 9 and 10, 2005.
This hands-on, 3-part webinar program will address many common image “challenges” and offer solutions focusing on image manipulation techniques and tools. Participants will learn new methods to make corrections quickly and easily. Topics covered in this series are image dimension and resolution problems, poor cropping, incorrectly exposed photos, incorrect highlight and shadows points, unwanted color casts, image element manipulation, image repair, and B/W and duotone color conversions. There will also be a discussion of the benefit of adding various effects to insure final image success. Lastly, the series will address preparing images for a variety of outputs including commercial printing, web, inkjet and large format printing.
Presenter: Taz Talley
Single Program: $95/$145
Curriculum: $255 / $385
Users at all levels will benefit from this 3-part webinar series. Professionals new to image correction will be exposed to an entire course in image correction. Advanced users will pick up many short cuts, tips and techniques that will help them work faster and better. For more information, visit http://www.ipa.org/image or call 800-255-8141.
IPA webinar programs are an on-going educational initiative for the purpose of efficiently and cost effectively educating the graphic communications industry on the latest strategic and technical information for their business success.
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