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.
Adobe Systems is seeking entries for the eighth annual Adobe Design Achievement Awards (ADAA), which honour talented and promising student graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, animators, digital filmmakers, developers and computer artists.
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.
Chromaticity Australia is taking its successful two-day Digital Print Makers Master Class courses to Melbourne in October and November this year.