Turners Falls, MA (PRWEB) February 1, 2008
On Saturday, February 9, 2008, Hallmark Institute of Photography, a leader in today's education of tomorrow's professional photographer, will host a free day-long workshop with famed photographer and educator, Rick Sammon. This program, entitled "Digital Workflow for the High School Photography Teacher" has been designed specifically for those high school photography teachers who are looking for current and relevant trends for the digital age.
The workshop agenda includes a morning filled with inspiration and education as Rick shares his favorite images from his worldwide travels. There will be plenty of Photoshop tips along the way. The afternoon will feature Good Fun! Good Images! Good Information! Workshop participants will learn how to shoot, enhance, share and print digital images during this action-packed session. Both presentations are certain to produce curriculum ideas for the high school photography teacher to use in their digital classroom. Throughout the day, attendees will also have the opportunity to become familiar with the Hallmark program, featuring its industry-envied educational facilities and equipment. High School Photography Teachers attending will receive a personalized copy of Rick's book, Digital Imaging Workshops. If you are a high school photography teacher and are interested in attending this workshop call Dani at 413.863.2478.
Rick Sammon travels the globe in search of new images.He's been to more than 100 destinations on the planet, including the Arctic, Antarctica, Africa, Bhutan, Brazil, Galapagos, India, Indonesia, Nepal and Papua New Guinea. He's as comfortable with his camera on safari in Africa as he is exploring the world under the sea. Rick is the host of the Digital Photography Workshop on the Do It Yourself (DIY) network and a guest host of the Canon Photo Safari on the Outdoor Life Network. A regular photo columnist for AP Special Features, he has also written for PCPhoto, Outdoor Photographer, Shutterbug, Sport Diver and Caribbean Travel & Life and has been a guest host on ESPN's Photo Safari. For more information about Rick, visit http://www.ricksammon.com.
Hallmark Institute of Photography provides a real world, serious approach to professional photographic education, where training is completed within ten months. Its objective is to successfully educate and graduate professional image-makers with the technical, artistic and business skills necessary for success. Upon completion of the 10-month program, graduates can expect to open their own photographic business or fill preliminary or advanced employment positions in the diverse and competitive marketplace of today's professional imaging industry. Hallmark uses only the most up-to-date technology, highly experienced and qualified staff, and a logical and realistic set of standards and processes, providing each student with the tools they need to succeed. For more information, visit http://hallmark.edu.