Time: June 16, 2010 from 9am to 4pm
Location: UHM Sakamaki C104
Street: 2530 Dole Street
City/Town: Honolulu, Hawaii 96822
Website or Map: http://www.outreach.hawaii.ed…
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Susan Horowitz
Latest Activity: Jun 14, 2010
Discover the power and depth of Adobe Photoshop and take advantage of its new tools and improvements, notably the recent versions of Camera RAW and Adobe Bridge. The Camera RAW plug-in can fully edit 16-bit files, which hold considerably more tonal and color information than 8-bit files allowing for greatly enhanced controls and improved quality for digital photographs. This workshop covers making RAW images with your camera and examines the many versatile controls available for processing images in Camera RAW, managing them in Bridge, and saving them as 16-bit files. Recent versions of Camera RAW can also edit both jpg and tif files, and is becoming an important new interface in image processing. Find out how to take full advantage of these tools and improvements.
If you wish to work on your images during class (class files are provided otherwise), please bring up to five RAW image files on a CD or thumb drive.
David Ulrich is a photographer and writer whose work combines traditional photography with digital imaging. Ulrich has taught digital applications for Pacific Imaging Center, Kodak’s Center for Creative Imaging, New York University, among others. For 15 years, he was an associate professor and served as the chair of the Photography Department at The Art Institute of Boston. He is a core faculty member of Pacific New Media and is now the chair of the Visual Arts Department at Cornish College in Seattle.