The International Imaging Industry Association (I3A) has launched a new website focusing on helping people to preserve their digital photos.
The Head On Foundation has organised a seminar on portraiture in Sydney on 4 March to assist photographers who wish to enter the 2009 Head On portraiture competition.
A series of free talks for amateur and professional photographers will be held at this year’s PMA Imaging Technology Expo, which opens at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre on 4 May.
The Frith Photo Library, a rights-managed collection of historical photographs, is now accessible online.
Free Photo Guides is a grass-roots collaborative, non-commercial project that allows photographers to write and share detailed photo guides with other photographers.
Adobe Systems will present a series of free seminars on the new Photoshop Lightroom system in Auckland, Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne this month.
From Pixels to Fine Art is a one-day workshop run by Tim Handfield presenting practical techniques for making collectable exhibition prints from scans and digital camera files.
Adobe Systems Australia is running a series of free roadshows next month to demonstrate how Adobe Creative Suite products work seamlessly together in the new media world.
Epson has set up a new dedicated website that allows its Pro Graphics customers to access technical support, news and events, press reviews and email update facilities.
L&P Digital Photographic will run two two-day seminars focused on workflow management and featuring Walter Borchenko, an international expert in Phase One software development.