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Join us Monday
November 25, 2013 at 7:00 PM.
Microsoft's Hands-On Presentation for November 2013 at The Microsoft Store:
Cre8tive Workshop | Cre8tive Photography
The Cre8tive Photography workshop is the first in a series of workshops focused on expressing your creativity with Windows 8.1. Learn to take a series of photographs to tell a story using the Rule of Thirds, angles, perspectives, and other techniques from great photographers to help make your pictures compelling. Use Microsoft Windows Photo Gallery tools to fix red eye, adjust focus, set moods, or crop. You will also be introduced to Adobe Photoshop Express and SkyDrive. Bring out the best in your photography to capture moments that will make memories last a lifetime.
Who Should Attend:
BDPA Members, parents and students, small business owners, and anyone who intends to share or use digital photos for social media, presentations, business, or personal content.
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