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BSoUP Meeting - February 2005

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The next BSoUP meeting takes place on Wednesday 16th February 2005 at 7.30 for 8.00 p.m.

The Holland Club, Imperial College, London SW7 5BD.

This month we are going a little 'off menu' with the monthly meeting. We are having 'A Photoshop Evening' at BSoUP. The meeting will be hosted by Dave Lloyd, Dive Magazine's ebullient Australian Art Editor. Dave is a Photoshop expert having worked with the product virtually since it's birth in the late 80's. More on Dave to follow in a later mail.

The evening will start with three short talks on Photoshop techniques. Our Chairman Martha Tressler will kick the evening off with 'Getting Started with Photoshop'. One of her main qualifications is that she can still remember, just, what it was like at the very beginning. While this talk is aimed at those who have done very little (or nothing) with Photoshop, we are sure some of the more experienced users among you will also pick up a few ideas.

Dave Lloyd will then talk about using Selections and Layer Masks. This topic is aimed at those with both limited and intermediate experience with Photoshop.

The final talk will again be given by Dave, this time covering Advanced Photoshop Techniques.



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