Photoshop Workbench Volume Two features episodes 201 – 250 of Mark Johnson’s world-renowned Photoshop Workbench series. Representing more than 11 hours of inspiring and enlightening Photoshop CS4 and CS5 education, this DVD is an extraordinary value at only $24.95.
Mark’s friendly and conversational approach to teaching invites the viewer to explore a non-destructive editing style that encourages joyful and imaginative use of Photoshop. Topics span the gamut from creative to practical, including Spirographic Splendor, Photoshop CS5’s Pixel Bender Plug-In, and Fixing the Hairline Between a Replaced Sky and the Horizon.
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BOULDER, COLO. — APRIL 16, 2010 — A new series of intensive one-week certificate programs at Boulder Digital Arts is set to make the organization a national resource for digital professionals, students and other professionals looking to learn important new tools and techniques in web design, social media marketing, video production and other fields. The Transitions certificate program will debut June 7.
Boulder Digital Arts’ new Transitions certificate programs are taught by talented working professionals. The programs emphasize practical knowledge and skills over academics using a project-based learning approach that combines engaging lectures with hands-on practice. Every Transitions program has a clear, concise learning outcome for students. Most programs limit class size to eight students so the instructor can engage and help each student.
Offered in Boulder Digital Arts’ state-of-the-art classroom in the organization’s new 3,000-square-foot site at 1600 Range St., the Transitions classes deepen and expand the curriculum Boulder Digital Arts has offered over its six-year history. Transitions students will have access to cutting-edge software and tools, and receive personal mentoring from other digital professionals.
The first Transitions class, a one-week Digital Photography certificate program, runs Monday, June 7, to Friday, June 11. Other scheduled Transitions classes include:
The classes are geared toward out-of-town visitors as well as local professionals. Boulder Digital Arts has negotiated with local vendors to offer discounted accommodations and other services to Transitions participants. Classes will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day and include a catered lunch. Students will also have access to personal mentoring from Boulder Digital Arts instructors from 6-9 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday.
“This new program is a huge leap forward for Boulder Digital Arts,” co-founder Bruce Borowsky said of the new space. “People who spend a week in the Transitions classroom with our top-notch mentors will leave Boulder Digital Arts with a new set of skills and a grasp of the most important technological trends of the day. We believe they’ll feel more vital and energized about how they incorporate technology into their careers, and people will come to Boulder from all over the country once they find out how exciting these programs are.”
Boulder Digital Arts co-founders Bruce Borowsky and Zach Daudert launched the organization in 2004 to offer low-cost, high-impact training in digital tools and new technology. Boulder is an important hub of the digital world, allowing Boulder Digital Arts to leverage top-notch instructors and provide education in cutting-edge subjects and ideas. Borowsky, a Boulder Chamber of Commerce board member, has been a producer at People Productions in Boulder for more than 10 years. During that time he has worked on a wide variety of projects for both corporate and commercial clientele, not only as producer and director but also as cameraman, lighting director and editor. Daudert is a technology strategist, Web developer and filmmaker. He started his career as a video editor in the mid 1990s and moved into Web and mobile development when it became too interesting to ignore and promised a seemingly unlimited source of curiosity and experiments in the early 2000s.
Located at 1600 Range St., Boulder Digital Arts is a one-stop community resource for digital artists, creative professionals and students in film/video, interactive media, photography, music and the Web. Boulder Digital Arts offers a range of resources that embrace contemporary technology, particularly where it intersects with creative expression, including affordable training, a free online directory, Digital Salon series, free networking and special events and discounted access to tools and technology. The organization’s trainers are professionals and educators who bring a wealth of experience and know how to each training program.
I’m writing a new book about Lightroom 3 for my publisher, Wiley. It’s called Lightroom 3: Streamlining your Digital Photography Process and is a follow up to my previous book on version 2. Expected release Feb/March 2010. Stay tuned…