Data Engineering 101: Building a Data Pipeline
- Science & Technology
- PARISOMA, San Francisco CA
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This rapid-paced and thorough evening workshop is aimed for photographers looking to improve and perfect their photographs. It will take place on five consecutive Wednesdays: January 18 & 25, and February 1, 8 & 15 from 6 to 9PM. The class will start by teaching basic Photoshop skills and will build quickly to include advanced editing techniques.
Though it is recommended that you take the complete class-series as sessions will build on previous classes, you can also attend just a single class.For attending the complete class-series, you can purchase it on this Eventbrite site. Students should bring a laptop (either PC or a Mac), a mouse, and their own copy of Photoshop (version CS3, CS4, or CS5).
Session 1 – Getting Started
Wednesday, January 18 from 6-9PM
Session 2 – Using Selection Tools and Layers
Wednesday, January 25 from 6-9PM
Session 3 – Fixing What The Camera Has Captured
Wednesday, February 1st from 6-9PM
Session 4 – Masking And Finer Control Over Editing
Wednesday, February 8 from 6-9PM
Session 5 – Tying It All Together And Creating Artistic Effects
Wednesday, February 15 from 6-9PM
Please note:the focus of the workshop is on improving still photography.The workshop will not cover topics such as creating graphic logos, 3D editing, website design, and animation.
About your Instructor
Bob Horowitz is a photographer and member of the All City Photography Collective. His interests range from table-top photography to urban scenery – combined with sharp commentary on human foibles. Bob is also a free-lance Photoshop instructor and former trainer at LearnIT! San Francisco. His passion for teaching also extends to photography – where he will happily share his experiences in areas such as shooting at night and the use of wide angle lenses.
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