Datacolor will be hosting a new free-to-attend webinar in January. "Colour Accurate Retouching made simple - Highlights from the SWPP Convention" with Richard West and Bob Campbell of onOne Software will take place on 29th January, 8-9pm CET. The session will end with a chance for attendees to ask their questions to get tips and tricks on how to optimise their colour managed retouching workflow. You can register for this webinar at the website below.
Datacolor Press Release
Datacolor announces a new series of free colour management webinars
New online seminar hosted in January by the expert in colour management for amateur and professional photographers, as well as graphic designers
Dietlikon/Zürich – 7th January 2014 – Datacolor, a global leader in colour management solutions will be hosting a new free-to-attend webinar in January. All online seminars are presented by Datacolor experts, and address various themes around colour management. On January’s agenda: "Colour Accurate Retouching made simple - Highlights from the SWPP Convention" with Richard West and Bob Campbell of onOne.
All webinars are free, and anyone can register on www.datacolor.com/webinars.
Wednesday, 29th January, 8-9 PM:
Colour Accurate Retouching made simple - Highlights from the SWPP Convention – with Richard West and Bob Campbell of onOne
If you didn't manage to get to the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers' Convention in Mid-January then this webinar will cover some of the highlights of what you missed at the show. And Bob Campbell from onOne software will be showing the latest release of their Perfect Photo Suite retouching software (version 8).
Attendees will also qualify for an NFR download promotion of some of the onOne software.
As usual the session will end with a chance for you to ask your questions to get tips and tricks on how to optimise your colour managed retouching workflow.
Having headed up the photographic and design markets for Apple in the UK for a decade and latterly been the face of Nik Software in the UK for the past two years, Richard has delivered seminars and training on colour management and creative workflow to vast numbers of companies in the UK and across Europe.
He has a particular passion for promoting and encouraging creative skills in the classrooms of colleges and universities across Europe. During his time at Apple he played an instigatory role in their 'Young Creatives' initiative, a program devised to help budding digital artists be inspired to enter today's diverse world of media.