Epson Print Academy offers classes for both amateurs and professionals who want to get the most from printing and digital imaging.
Epson UK has teamed up with aspect2i to bring a range of photography classes that let you explore your photography. Print Academy classes are not just about printing. They take you through the whole photographic process, from capture to print, as every stage can have an impact on what you finally print. These classes include hints and tips on camera settings, using photo imaging software and, of course, printing.
Learn how to create the perfect black and white print. You will be taught the Photoshop based process equivalent to that used in the dark room. Correct preparation of your image and configuration of your printer will deliver excellent results every time.
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is one of the most popular photography tools for organising, developing and printing images. However, sometimes it can be tricky to understand. This class will show you how to manage your files and edit photos, and provide hints and tips to maximise your efficiency and effectiveness using this invaluable software.
There are few images that can be simply printed straight from the camera. Exposure, white balance, sharpening, lens corrections and colour, to name but a few, all typically need to be addressed. This workshop will help you master digital post processing and image editing to get the images you want.
How often do you print your image, only to be a little disappointed with it. Getting good predictable results every time is not difficult. An understanding of the realm of colour management, how to prepare your images for printing and what settings to use for your printer is required. This workshop will teach you what to do to get great prints every time.
Photoshop for Photographers is a workshop to help you learn how to polish the images you have captured. An expert will take you through Photoshop to show you key tools and methods essential for any photographer including colour correcting and creating masks.