Page 5 of 7 FirstFirst ... 34567 LastLast
Results 81 to 100 of 133

Thread: Photoshop course - suggested by divers here

  1. #81
    Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2003
    Location
    Singapore
    Posts
    105

    Default

    Yeah I plan to do so...anyway here it is:

    Photoshop (UW Photography) Course by Nova19

    mobile no: 98775471

    Date: 21st and 23rd May 2005 (Sat and Mon)
    Venue: Yio Chu Kang CC (Will put up a "Clubsnap PS Course" sign)
    Time: Sat 2pm - 7pm (may extend, so bring some food to munch first)
    Monday 10am - 6pm (there will be an assistant instructor for Monday)

    jeffhiew...~ I reckon you got your wedding dinner on Sat right? Well hopefully I can cover more before 7pm...just prepare your qns la.

    I will soon attach a document that requires students to read up first. Coz I want to skip the intro parts...to be added later.

  2. #82

    Default

    Hi Guys here is an update:

    Photoshop (UW Photography) Course by Nova19

    Date: 21st and 23rd May 2005 (Sat and Mon)
    Venue: YCK CC (TBA on meeting pt)
    Time: Sat 2pm - 7pm (may extend, so bring some food to munch first)
    Monday 10am - 6pm (there will be an assistant instructor)

    Brief course outlines (not in order):
    1. Intro to interface, tools (esp the wonderful stamp tool), palettes (actions, layers)
    2. Lighting and contrast enhancements, colour correction (blue waters)
    3. Area selection methods, pathing
    4. Colour modes
    5. Layer modes, effects (How to get that polaroid white frame with drop shadow?)
    6. Colour replacement


    Students list (14 pax max):

    1. kthan
    2. yzr500abe
    3. goondoo
    4. fongwee
    5. h2o
    6. dtan
    7. Siaoon
    8. <---------------removed going diving. sorry
    9. novello76
    10.initialE24
    11.k3nn3th03
    12.venom81
    13.Nemesis32
    14.jeffhiew

    Logistics:-

    Room: Thanks to Goondoo for the arrangement
    Laptops: reccomended for all students to bring
    Software (PS): if you have, pref ver 7.0 and later
    Power point extensions: bring your own just in case
    Projector: Nova19
    Course notes: Nova19
    Food/drinks: among the students

  3. #83
    Member
    Join Date
    Mar 2005
    Location
    Tampines
    Posts
    164

    Default

    Hi Guys here is an update:

    Photoshop (UW Photography) Course by Nova19

    Date: 21st and 23rd May 2005 (Sat and Mon)
    Venue: YCK CC (TBA on meeting pt)
    Time: Sat 2pm - 7pm (may extend, so bring some food to munch first)
    Monday 10am - 6pm (there will be an assistant instructor)

    Brief course outlines (not in order):
    1. Intro to interface, tools (esp the wonderful stamp tool), palettes (actions, layers)
    2. Lighting and contrast enhancements, colour correction (blue waters)
    3. Area selection methods, pathing
    4. Colour modes
    5. Layer modes, effects (How to get that polaroid white frame with drop shadow?)
    6. Colour replacement


    Students list (14 pax max):

    1. kthan
    2. yzr500abe
    3. goondoo
    4. fongwee
    5. h2o
    6. dtan
    7. Siaoon
    8. <---------------removed going diving. sorry
    9. novello76
    10.initialE24
    11.k3nn3th03
    12.venom81
    13.Nemesis32
    14.jeffhiew
    15. sstar

    Logistics:-

    Room: Thanks to Goondoo for the arrangement
    Laptops: reccomended for all students to bring
    Software (PS): if you have, pref ver 7.0 and later
    Power point extensions: bring your own just in case
    Projector: Nova19
    Course notes: Nova19
    Food/drinks: among the students

  4. #84
    Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2005
    Location
    The 3rd Rock
    Posts
    1,269

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by nova19
    Yeah I plan to do so...anyway here it is:

    Photoshop (UW Photography) Course by Nova19

    mobile no: 98775471

    Date: 21st and 23rd May 2005 (Sat and Mon)
    Venue: Yio Chu Kang CC (Will put up a "Clubsnap PS Course" sign)
    Time: Sat 2pm - 7pm (may extend, so bring some food to munch first)
    Monday 10am - 6pm (there will be an assistant instructor for Monday)

    jeffhiew...~ I reckon you got your wedding dinner on Sat right? Well hopefully I can cover more before 7pm...just prepare your qns la.

    I will soon attach a document that requires students to read up first. Coz I want to skip the intro parts...to be added later.

    Thanks Nova19, won't forget your coke light, season's peach tea, have written it down in my shopping list

  5. #85
    Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2003
    Location
    Singapore
    Posts
    105

    Default

    Replaced sstar inside No.8

    Jeff, thks!~ coke light will do hehe....

    ----

    Photoshop (UW Photography) Course by Nova19

    Date: 21st and 23rd May 2005 (Sat and Mon)
    Venue: YCK CC (TBA on meeting pt)
    Time: Sat 2pm - 7pm (may extend, so bring some food to munch first)
    Monday 10am - 6pm (there will be an assistant instructor)

    Brief course outlines (not in order):
    1. Intro to interface, tools (esp the wonderful stamp tool), palettes (actions, layers)
    2. Lighting and contrast enhancements, colour correction (blue waters)
    3. Area selection methods, pathing
    4. Colour modes
    5. Layer modes, effects (How to get that polaroid white frame with drop shadow?)
    6. Colour replacement


    Students list (14 pax max):

    1. kthan
    2. yzr500abe
    3. goondoo
    4. fongwee
    5. h2o
    6. dtan
    7. Siaoon
    8. sstar
    9. novello76
    10.initialE24
    11.k3nn3th03
    12.venom81
    13.Nemesis32
    14.jeffhiew


    Logistics:-

    Room: Thanks to Goondoo for the arrangement
    Laptops: reccomended for all students to bring
    Software (PS): if you have, pref ver 7.0 and later
    Power point extensions: bring your own just in case
    Projector: Nova19
    Course notes: Nova19
    Food/drinks: among the students

  6. #86

    Default Sorry.. Cant go for this workshop :(

    sigh.. very much wanted to be there... but kinda heaven not on my side..
    got something on this coming sat..
    got to give up my slot now..

    or possible to join only 1 session? if not, think i better give up my slot for those csers in the waiting list.




    Photoshop (UW Photography) Course by Nova19

    Date: 21st and 23rd May 2005 (Sat and Mon)
    Venue: YCK CC (TBA on meeting pt)
    Time: Sat 2pm - 7pm (may extend, so bring some food to munch first)
    Monday 10am - 6pm (there will be an assistant instructor)

    Brief course outlines (not in order):
    1. Intro to interface, tools (esp the wonderful stamp tool), palettes (actions, layers)
    2. Lighting and contrast enhancements, colour correction (blue waters)
    3. Area selection methods, pathing
    4. Colour modes
    5. Layer modes, effects (How to get that polaroid white frame with drop shadow?)
    6. Colour replacement


    Students list (14 pax max):

    1. kthan
    2. yzr500abe
    3. goondoo
    4. fongwee
    5. h2o
    6. dtan
    7. ------------------->Siaoon - TO BE REPLACED
    8. sstar
    9. novello76
    10.initialE24
    11.k3nn3th03
    12.venom81
    13.Nemesis32
    14.jeffhiew


    Logistics:-

    Room: Thanks to Goondoo for the arrangement
    Laptops: reccomended for all students to bring
    Software (PS): if you have, pref ver 7.0 and later
    Power point extensions: bring your own just in case
    Projector: Nova19
    Course notes: Nova19
    Food/drinks: among the students

  7. #87

    Default

    So sorry, got a shoot on 21st so no choice to remove myslef from the list.


    Photoshop (UW Photography) Course by Nova19

    Date: 21st and 23rd May 2005 (Sat and Mon)
    Venue: YCK CC (TBA on meeting pt)
    Time: Sat 2pm - 7pm (may extend, so bring some food to munch first)
    Monday 10am - 6pm (there will be an assistant instructor)

    Brief course outlines (not in order):
    1. Intro to interface, tools (esp the wonderful stamp tool), palettes (actions, layers)
    2. Lighting and contrast enhancements, colour correction (blue waters)
    3. Area selection methods, pathing
    4. Colour modes
    5. Layer modes, effects (How to get that polaroid white frame with drop shadow?)
    6. Colour replacement


    Students list (14 pax max):

    1. kthan
    2. yzr500abe
    3. goondoo
    4. fongwee
    5. h2o
    6. dtan
    7. ------------------->Siaoon - TO BE REPLACED
    8. sstar
    9. novello76
    10.initialE24
    11.k3nn3th03
    12.-----------(removed)
    13.Nemesis32
    14.jeffhiew


    Logistics:-

    Room: Thanks to Goondoo for the arrangement
    Laptops: reccomended for all students to bring
    Software (PS): if you have, pref ver 7.0 and later
    Power point extensions: bring your own just in case
    Projector: Nova19
    Course notes: Nova19
    Food/drinks: among the students[/QUOTE]

  8. #88
    Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2005
    Location
    The 3rd Rock
    Posts
    1,269

    Default

    Donít mean to hijack this thread but have some info to share. If you are also a DSLR user, this may of interest to you, otherwise pls ignore this message.

    Last weekend, we did some lens evaluation jointly sponsored by Tamron and MS Colour.

    Lenses tested were:
    1. Tamron 90mm 1:1 Macro
    2. Tamron 17-35mm
    3. Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8

    Some test shots
    here.

    These 3rd party lenses are good and worth considering.

  9. #89

    Default

    Hi Nova 19

    Sorry I have not been keeping track of this thread for some time..i noted that the second day will focus on uw photography? Will it be intensive on this area? Coz I absolutely dont do underwater photography, and if that is the case, it may be better for someone with a real interest to replace for session 2. Not sure what you think? Thks.

  10. #90
    Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2003
    Location
    Singapore
    Posts
    105

    Default

    I mean its already apparent that we are having this course specially catered to divers....its v clear right? Anyway since there are many non divers who expressed interest, I felt that its good to share the knowledge.

    if any other diver is keen, just make arrangements where necc. Inform me if you have special requests will do.

  11. #91
    Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2003
    Location
    Singapore
    Posts
    105

    Default

    just to further elaborate...the so called underwater focus will be on tips/suggestions to correct bluish/greenish pictures...etc...

    I think actually this can be applied to other forms of photography where u want to get rid of a certain tone in the picture....

    well if u are not a diver, i do suggest you try diving too =) den slowly try underwater photography.

  12. #92

    Default

    thks for the clarification on the course..i am fascinated by the fantastic sights of diving..the recent nat geo mag has this fantastic picture of a fire urchin..absolutely the most beautiful picture i have seen..however..its also an ex hobby..and i'm not a very water-confident person (though i know most people say you dont have to be a good swimmer to dive)..=)

  13. #93
    Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2005
    Location
    The 3rd Rock
    Posts
    1,269

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by novello76
    Hi Nova 19

    Sorry I have not been keeping track of this thread for some time..i noted that the second day will focus on uw photography? Will it be intensive on this area? Coz I absolutely dont do underwater photography, and if that is the case, it may be better for someone with a real interest to replace for session 2. Not sure what you think? Thks.
    Getting a correct white balance in UW photography is often a challenge, which I believe the divers here are experts in this area. The same technique can also be applied when shooting indoors, dealing with multiple artificial lightings. Will be sharing what I know during the training.

  14. #94

    Default

    Please take me out cos on duty

    Photoshop (UW Photography) Course by Nova19

    Date: 21st and 23rd May 2005 (Sat and Mon)
    Venue: YCK CC (TBA on meeting pt)
    Time: Sat 2pm - 7pm (may extend, so bring some food to munch first)
    Monday 10am - 6pm (there will be an assistant instructor)

    Brief course outlines (not in order):
    1. Intro to interface, tools (esp the wonderful stamp tool), palettes (actions, layers)
    2. Lighting and contrast enhancements, colour correction (blue waters)
    3. Area selection methods, pathing
    4. Colour modes
    5. Layer modes, effects (How to get that polaroid white frame with drop shadow?)
    6. Colour replacement


    Students list (14 pax max):

    1. kthan
    2. yzr500abe
    3. goondoo
    4.
    5. h2o
    6. dtan
    7. ------------------->Siaoon - TO BE REPLACED
    8. sstar
    9. novello76
    10.initialE24
    11.k3nn3th03
    12.-----------(removed)
    13.Nemesis32
    14.jeffhiew


    Logistics:-

    Room: Thanks to Goondoo for the arrangement
    Laptops: reccomended for all students to bring
    Software (PS): if you have, pref ver 7.0 and later
    Power point extensions: bring your own just in case
    Projector: Nova19
    Course notes: Nova19
    Food/drinks: among the students

  15. #95
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Oct 2003
    Location
    Singapore
    Posts
    3,716

    Default

    looks like we can squeeze in a few more... maybe open to next 5 reserves?

  16. #96
    Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2003
    Location
    Singapore
    Posts
    105

    Default

    anyone interested can just fill their id inside...

  17. #97
    Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2003
    Location
    Singapore
    Posts
    105

    Default

    Hi all,

    I have a pre-course material and I strongly encourage people who have signed up to read up first as I wish to minimise time on this chapter.

    Thks!

    Please let me know if the link doesn't work:
    http://sg.geocities.com/avonova19/Workarea.doc

  18. #98
    Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2005
    Location
    The 3rd Rock
    Posts
    1,269

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by nova19
    Hi all,

    I have a pre-course material and I strongly encourage people who have signed up to read up first as I wish to minimise time on this chapter.

    Thks!

    Please let me know if the link doesn't work:
    http://sg.geocities.com/avonova19/Workarea.doc
    Thanks for document and noted.

    BTW, the photo shot from NTUC building (right?) is nice, especially the "Y" shape of the road and traffic jam in the background.

  19. #99

    Default

    Hi Nova 19,
    As mentioned, my friend will like to attend the workshop as well. Have updated the name here below. thks.
    1. kthan
    2. yzr500abe
    3. goondoo
    4.
    5. h2o
    6. dtan
    7. Cyn (friend of novello76)
    8. sstar
    9. novello76
    10.initialE24
    11.k3nn3th03
    12.-----------(removed)
    13.Nemesis32
    14.jeffhiew

  20. #100
    Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2003
    Location
    Singapore
    Posts
    105

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by jeffhiew
    Thanks for document and noted.

    BTW, the photo shot from NTUC building (right?) is nice, especially the "Y" shape of the road and traffic jam in the background.
    Huh got Y shape ah. I guess its accidental beauty. =P thanks for the compliment.

Page 5 of 7 FirstFirst ... 34567 LastLast

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •