AG|WPJA The Artistic Guild of the WPJA

D-65 Digital Workflow Workshops


The AG|WPJA is proud to announce that D-65 is sponsoring all of our 2009 quarterly photo contests. Through this sponsorship, the AG|WPJA and D-65 have come together to offer our members an exciting opportunity to be educated by some of the digital innovators in the photography industry.

Do you want to quickly process your files and have them look awesome? Do you want to be able to find any image in the blink of an eye? Are you keywording properly and using metadata to your advantage? Do your prints look the way you want? Can you convert to CMYK? Wondering how to set up a real archive? Are you working in 16-bit and using ProPhoto? Can you extend the dynamic range of an image? Is your computer optimized for workflow, or is it running slow? Would you like to blow your clients away with quality they rarely see? Are your digital files better than your film files? They should be.

If you've asked yourself any of these questions, then D-65 has THE Workshop for you.

The key to shooting digitally is comprehending all of the technology. Once you understand what is involved, digital is intensely rewarding. Digital offers a world of new creativity and allows for greater quality control over your imagery.

The D-65 workshops teach bulletproof techniques to increase workflow productivity and save time. These workshops demonstrate ways to automate, search, archive, present and deliver the zillions of images today's photographers accumulate. Attendees will learn to create files perfect for reproduction; tagged, named, sized and sharpened correctly, along with attaching the appropriate metadata and keywords. You'll learn the correct way to keep your images organized, and archived. The workshops are intensive, and focus on optimizing digital photography -- from input to output.

Grow technically, artistically and financially as a photographer in this intensive, four-day digital workflow workshop. Our days consist of hands-on training and lectures supplemented by a comprehensive D-65 digital workflow textbook. By the end of the program, you will have the ability to create your own successful workflow, and better communicate with your clients.

Workshops now include training with Lightroom 2.0

The program centers around Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, going far beyond the basics of digital. It truly prepares the professional photographer, art director, photo editor or advanced amateur for the digital world. The workshops are taught by Seth Resnick and Jamie Spritzer and cover: