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One Day Intensive Course On Adobe Lightroom

Adobe Lightroom Courses on Isle of Wight

There is just one space left on the latest Adobe Lightroom Photographers Workflow Course on Saturday, 22nd September, 9.15am to 4.15pm.

This hands-on application experience is focused on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 – 4.x and is a unique opportunity for Photographers on the Isle of Wight.  There are no other courses available specific to Lightroom on the Island, delegates will learn to download, organise, manage, develop, and present digital photography using their own laptops/pc.

This course ensures a smooth transition to digital photography workflow and is led by qualified tutor Gary Early.

“This is a comprehensive one day intensive course to using Lightroom 4 – 4.x as the hub of your digital photography workflow, and you will leave with a far better idea of what you can achieve and how to make Lightroom work best for you.”

The venue is Dimbola Lodge in Freshwater Bay, with lunch and refreshment breaks provided.  For more details email or telephone 07866 567261

Adobe Stages Free Online Creative Week

In July, Adobe will be staging a free online event.  Billed as ‘Creative Week’  specific events will be broadcast live over five days  from 9th-13th July and will involve key figures from the creative world.

The week will be packed with ‘lively interactive debates, creative challenges and exclusive events’. Continue reading

National Photography Month UK Events

Following our Isle of Wight Digital Imaging Group article on the launch of National Photography Month 2012.  Here are some national events, photography competitions and special offers that may interest both our readers and photographers… Continue reading

IWDIG Support ‘National Photography Month’ June 2012

The UK will hold its first ever National Photography Month (NPM) throughout June 2012. This nationwide initiative will be a celebration of the importance of photography in our daily lives and help the public understand and appreciate the importance of photography as a medium to ‘capture and keep’ their treasured memories and life’s most important moments.

The Isle of Wight Digital Imaging Group will be taking part in National Photography Month by creating a gallery on our Isle of Wight Photo Agency website  and IWDIG photographers will be encouraged to upload images taken on the Island throughout the month of June to support the NPM ethos ‘capture and keep’. Continue reading

Focus On Imaging 2012

With just one day left until the Focus on Imaging  doors swing open, we hope the weather will be kind for our group visit via minibus to the NEC in Birmingham, on Monday.

Focus on Imaging is Europe’s biggest annual imaging show, covering all your needs from image capture through to output and beyond.

NEC BIRMINGHAM 4th – 7th MARCH 2012. 10am-6pm Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. 10am-5pm Wednesday. Continue reading

IWDIG Fujifilm X10 Review

Fujifilm X-10 

Before we start this review a special thanks to both Fujifilm and their PR company for the loan of the camera. Although there are already many reviews online we thought that a slightly different approach would be useful. As pretty much all of the technical aspects of the camera have been covered we have chosen to review this camera and all future equipment reviews purely from the perspective of the photographer when taking photographs.

We have put together a small review team that may vary from time to time, with photographers from different backgrounds and hope that this will provide the reader with a better idea of whether this camera is for them.

So let’s get this review rolling.

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Fujifilm announces interchangeable lens X-Pro1

Fuji x-Pro1New for 2012 this could be something that photographers everywhere have been waiting for. Read on for full specifications and we would be pleased to hear your thoughts and comments.

Featuring the new X-Trans CMOS sensor™ and an original FUJIFILM X-Mount and a brand new X lens mount, Hybrid Multi Viewfinder and three prime lenses.

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