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Free Lectures: Photoshop for Artists & Inkjet Prints

Photographer John Burgess will give two lectures Thursday, May 23.
Photographer John Burgess will give two lectures Thursday, May 23.

Join photographer John Burgess in The Art League Gallery on Thursday, May 23 for two free lectures for artists: one on creating inkjet prints at home, and one on editing and saving images of artwork for digital submission. See below for details, and RSVP to gallery@theartleague.org to reserve your seat!

1:00–4:00 pm
Exhibition Prints Using Inkjet Printers

Join photographer John Burgess as he discusses creating successful prints using inkjet printers based on his experiences and extensive training in color management. Burgess says, as a photographer, he strives to control the entire process from image capture to the exhibition print.

6:00–9:00 pm
Introduction to Photoshop for Artists

This talk will include step-by-step explanations about how to use Photoshop software to create the correct formats for digital and CD submissions. The presentation is suitable for both PC and Mac users. No prior experience needed. This demonstration is not for the experienced Photoshop user — it is for the beginner to intermediate user or for someone who wants to become a beginning Photoshop user and who might want to get a ‘feel’ for digital image processing.

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