Epson Online Experience Digital Printing Course Now Available Via Authorized Photo Dealers
Featuring a unique, self-paced video-streaming program hosted by award-winning photographer and musician Graham Nash, the Epson Online Experience provides participants with access to over 60 video segments and tutorials on digital photography techniques from capture to print including such topics as color management, choosing the right papers and inks, understanding printer drivers, and using the latest Adobe Photoshop CS techniques. These tutorials are designed to show photographers how to get maximum quality prints from a broad range of digital cameras and scanners. In addition, subscribers get a true behind-the-scenes perspective on how each photographer works both in studio and on location.
The Epson Online Experience features five master photographers with very different styles who take viewers on a personal journey into their worlds, enabling advanced amateur photographers and photo enthusiasts to discover how they think, pick up valuable pointers, learn expert techniques, and gain valuable insight into their unique visions and work. Viewers learn how to capture, scan, manage, and print amazing digital photos. The photographers include: Greg Gorman, John Shaw, Jay Maisel and Douglas Dubler. There are additional segments from digital experts such as Julianne Kost, Adobe's Photoshop evangelist, and Mac Holbert, Nash Editions' fine art printing expert, who will provide invaluable step-by-step Photoshop techniques, color management tutorials and exciting insider printing tips.
The Epson Online Experience is available through leading authorized photo specialty dealers including: B&H Photo & Video; Calumet Photographic; Inkjet Art Solutions; Pro Photo Supply; Samy's Camera; Showcase Photo & Video and WB Hunt Photo and at www.EpsonOnlineExperience.com. The subscription fee is $29.95. More information about the Epson Online Experience is available online at www.EpsonOnlineExperience.com.
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