May 16, 2006
June 24-25, 2006 in New York City
The Lifecycle of a Digital Photograph
This introductory to intermediate weekend workshop addresses studio and location photography, essential digital camera settings, processing and refining digital files, and making inkjet prints that are truly WYSIWYG – What You See Is What You Get!
The 2-day workshop is limited to 20 attendees, allowing Katrin and Jack to answer your photography, digital, and Photoshop questions in a casual yet professional environment. Questions you were perhaps afraid to ask and questions you didn’t know to ask will be addressed during the workshop, including:
* Which white balance do I use?
* And what the heck is a white balance?
* How do I read my histogram?
* And what the heck is a histogram?
* Why such a large light bank?
* And what the heck is a light bank?
* The image is open in Photoshop – now what?
* How do you pronounce Eismann and Reznicki?
* Editing and processing RAW files (and we don’t mean sushi!)
* Developing a Digital Darkroom strategy and workflow
* Getting what you see on your monitor onto the paper
Katrin and Jack are well respected and experienced instructors, known for explaining seemingly complex ideas in easy to understand and hopefully humorous non-geek speak. They guarantee an enjoyable, worthwhile weekend dedicated to the development, understanding, and implementation of professional and creative digital imaging skills.
Jack Reznicki is a successful commercial, children, and editorial photographer based in New York City. His creative problem solving and photography skills have helped promote products and services for many companies including: Tylenol, The Wall Street Journal, Hyatt, Toys “R” Us, Kodak, Reader’s Digest, Crest, AT&T, and Playtex. Jack has numerous Time Magazine covers to his credit and has authored several successful books including Studio and Commercial Photography–A Kodak Pro Workshop. Jack is currently President-Elect of Professional Photographers of America and is honored to be a Canon Explorer of Light and an Epson Stylus Pro. www.reznicki.com
Katrin Eismann is an educator, bestselling author, and fine-art photographer. She received her BFA degree in photography from the Rochester Institute of Technology and her MFA degree in design from the School of Visual Arts. Katrin is the author of Photoshop Restoration & Retouching and Photoshop Masking & Compositing and co-author of Real World Digital Photography – all which have been translated into numerous languages. She is a featured columnist in Photoshop User and American Photo magazines and is a popular speaker at the PMA, ASMP, PPA, PhotoExpo, and Photoshop World conferences. In 2005, Katrin was inducted into the Photoshop Hall of Fame by the National Association of Photoshop Professionals. www.katrineismann.com
Nitty Gritty Information:
* Dates: Saturday & Sunday, June 24–25 , 2006
* Location: Reznicki Photography Studio in midtown Manhattan
o Saturday: Registration with a schmear 9:30 am
o Saturday & Sunday: Workshop 10 am–5 pm (lunch on your own)
o Saturday evening class dinner
* Payment in full of $499 upon registration with credit card or Paypal.
* Online Registration
* For additional information on this and future studio and travel workshops with Jack and Katrin please send queries to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-925-0771 M-F 10 am–5 pm.
* Download a PDF brochure