Ink Manufacturer Epson Offer Four Courses On Printing And Imaging
Epson, the ink, printer and computer maker, is offering professionals and amateurs the chance to learn from experts about how to get the most from their printing and digital imaging.
The four Epson Print Academy classes are being run in conjunction with Aspect2i throughout 2011.
Following on from the company's success in recent years the classes will be hosted at the Epson headquarters in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, starting in April.
The first class will be run by Paul Gallagher, an expert in black and white printing, and will cover topics including Photoshop, scanning and mastering devices.
Mike McNamee, editor of Professional Imagemaker magazine, will run the second class, with editor of the Photographer Jonathan Briggs taking charge of the third class on confidence in colour.
Then in the fourth lesson John Humphrey and Sue Bishop will deliver a seminar on fine art photography, what it means and how to take the perfect picture using light and depth to help.
Recently, Epson released the PLQ-22/22M passport printer, which it claims offers lower noise levels and cheaper costs for customers.
Posted by Barry Ashmore