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Speaker: Herb Johnson - Trip to Japan & Optimizing Your Images in Photoshop

Herb Johnson will make a digital image presentation on a trip to Tokyo and the surrounding area, including a National Park and other interesting cities.

This will be followed by a Photoshop demonstration showing how to optimize your images to make them stand out.  Herb will also cover some special effects using Photoshop.

Come early (6:30pm) to socialize!!!


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  • Don M.

    Does anyone have the name of the photo handling program that he was using instead of Bridge. I wrote it down in the dark and can't read my note.

    September 21, 2013

    • Brian O.

      Fastone picture viewer

      September 21, 2013

    • Brian O.

      Actually spelled Faststone...

      September 21, 2013

  • Susan H.

    Herb did an excellent talk. I wish he was using CS6 instead of CS5.

    September 20, 2013

  • Brian O.

    FYI, these comments fit more appropriately under John's Grand Canyon presentation item. Maybe Susan is able to move them over there?

    July 26, 2013

  • Brian O.

    Donald, the summer months are a bit 'lean' with club meetings, but typically we meet two Thursdays a month. The first Thursday is usually a presentation such as the Grand Canyon photos or something with a technical subject, like Photoshop or Lightroom (or kite photography). The second Thursday is typically our Print/Digital night, which aligns more closely with your comment. Unfortunately, attendance is always less for those nights, though I believe many folks could gain much from sharing and discussing the 'good and bad' of our photos in such a way that we all learn without being malicious. While some find it difficult to hear criticism about a photo that they have a strong attachment to, you really cannot improve if all you hear are 'nice photo'-type comments. It may be 'nice' but maybe it could have been 'great'!

    July 26, 2013

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