New York, NY (PRWEB) February 17, 2008
Registration is now open for Adorama Camera's March [email protected] (http://www.adorama.com/catalog.tpl?op=WS_List). The fast-growing series of on-site photography and digital imaging courses are taught by top working professional photographers and digital photography specialists.
March roars in with an exciting, diverse range of workshops for photographers at all ability levels. Back by popular demand are: Overcoming Fear of Flash: Lighting Boot Camp with Arlene Collins, an intensive two-day course; Power Presenting: Create Distinctive Photographic Portfolios Fine-Tuned for the New York Market with Gina Alyse Lengyel, where outstanding portfolios will be created; Secrets of Great Photographers: What Every Photographer Should Know with Tod Bryant, a course in honing your skills and vision; and Exploring the Night: Life in New York City with Toby Old.
Our latest additions to the workshops' line-up include, a Special Seminar co-sponsored by Adorama and Adobe Systems, Production Premium CS3 and You: A Video Production Made In Heaven, a two-hour seminar with Dennis Radeke demonstrating the power of Adobe's high-end video software; and The Portfolio and Fine-Art Inkjet Workshop by Photoshop guru and author Andrew Darlow.
"[email protected] is a serious program for photographers who are determined and inspired to improve their skills and become better photographers," notes program director Monica Cipnic. "Participants have flown in from across the country, and some have come from as far away as Brazil and Europe to take our workshops."
Other March workshops include:
- Food Photography: Creating Delectable Images with Lou Manna
- ABC's of Digital Photography and Digital SLRs with Steven Hirsch
- Converting Color Images to Black & White in Adobe Photoshop with Maria Ferrari
And Adoram still has a few places open in these February Workshops:
- Adobe Photoshop: Understanding Layers and Masks with Jean Miele
- Introduction to Digital Astrophotography with Jim Burnell
- Managing Your Web Site: Seven Secret Factors for Search Engine Optimization with Koren Reyes
Go here for a complete course description and to register: http://www.adorama.com/catalog.tpl?op=WS_List
About [email protected]
Started in February 2007, [email protected] consists of a wide range of hands-on picture-taking sessions for snapshooters and enthusiasts, business and technical advice for professional and aspiring photographers, and inspiring presentations by some of the biggest names in the photography world. Over 65 events have been held so far with over a thousand attendees.
All classes will take place in the fifth-floor multi-media classrooms in the Adorama Building, 42 West 18th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues, in New York City unless otherwise indicated.
If you have any questions or need assistance in registering, please contact Carl Nilson Monday-Thursday, from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. by email at: [email protected] or by phone at: 212-741-0401 ext 2216.
One of the top photo retailers in the U.S., Adorama's extensive inventory of camera gear is matched by its ongoing efforts to help its customers be better photographers. In addition to [email protected], Adorama has partnered with the Perfect Picture School of Photography (http://www.ppsop.com/), the #1 online photography school to offer online classes in all aspects of photography, and continues to offer free online how-to tips and techniques through the AIRC Learning Center (http://www.adorama.com/learn).
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