For the third straight year, the Ottawa PC
Users' Group will be offering a beginners'
workshop; however, this year, the approach will
be a little more "focused" as we cover
the basics of purchasing a digital camera and
processing the resulting images.
Our workshop will be held on Saturday,
November 19, 2005, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
at the Heron
Road Community Centre, 1480 Heron Road, Ottawa.
If you are planning to move from film to
digital images, are thinking of upgrading your
current digital camera, or want to know how to
take your pictures from snapshots to works of
art, this just might be the workshop for you.
Club members who have spent considerable time
researching the associated issues, and developing
advanced digital imaging techniques, will share their
knowledge and expertise with workshop
participants in four basic sessions:
a Digital Camera
When selecting a digital camera, you are
faced with a bewildering variety of
choices. This session will discuss the
important features and help you sort the
wheat from the chaff.
This session will illustrate the power of
advanced image editing. We will explain
technical stuff like colour depth and
show you how to transform images every
How are you going to print your digital
images? Do you know how to efficiently
store, catalogue, and share images with
others? Our expert will cover all the
bases of maintaining and preparing
digital images for output.
Do you have a specific problem with
digital imaging? This is a workshop, and
we are here to help! This session will
deal with common imaging problems and
provide you with the solutions.
This year, as a special bonus to
workshop participants, we will be
featuring a draw for a number of software
packages, books related to digital
imaging, and lots more! Check out
the selection of fabulous door prizes
(estimated total retail value $2000.00)
Saturday, November 19, 2005
9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
For more information,
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