Another year gone by in the blink of an eye! Wow. Hope everyone’s Christmas and New Year Holidays were wonderful. We have been working hard to keep our studio running smoothly. Our devoted clients keep us alive in this down economy. We are so blessed with a wonderful family, friends, and clients. We are ready for 2012. Our goal this year is to communicate better with everyone, keep our blog alive and updated! Yes! We love what we do and will continue to keep up with the latest trends yet preserve the traditional too.
Photoshop classes from 7pm to 9pm at Alain Tomatis Photography Studio on the Skyway will start April 13th on Wednesday nights. The classes will cost $25 each, limited to 5 students. Please register no later than the week before by filling out my contact form here on my website for more information on how to pay and other details. Let me know what version of Photoshop you are using and what you would like to learn.
For those of you who own a Mac, I will be teaching a basic Photoshop Elements Class for the Mac Users Club called MacChug. It will start at 7:30Pm. The club has some awesome raffles for incredible prices. There is a beginners class for those new to the Mac at 6:30pm, membership is not required to attend and VISITORS are WELCOME! at the Masonic Family Center located at 1110 W. East Ave Chico CA.
Then starting on April 6th on Wednesday nights I will teach Photoshop classes from 7pm to 9pm at Alain Tomatis Photography Studio on the Skyway. The classes will cost $25 each, limited to 10 students. Please register no later than the week before by filling out my contact form here to get more information on how to pay and other details. Let me know what version of Photoshop you are using and what you would like to learn.
I finally have finished the first of our series of slideshows of upcoming high school seniors of 2011 for our Photography Studio on the Skyway. These photos were taken in July and August. More to come! This file is a web resolution file controlled by Animoto.com. It isn’t as high a quality as I would like but there is no way to control. They do have higher resolution available for watching on TV which is very cool.
Last night’s class at our studio went well. Thanks to those who could attend. We covered some basics on resolution for print and the web. We also went over some basic image enhancements that help make your digital images pop. The next class will be in two weeks on Photoshop Layer techniques and why layers are so empowering, will including masking techniques.