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This exciting lecture is a joint venture organised by the RPS Anglia Region and the Eastern Centre of the Digital Imaging Group. Steve Caplin describes himself as a Photosynthesist, he is an accomplished freelance writer, artist and designer. He is also an expert on digital manipulation and photo-montage using Photoshop. This is an event not to missed and judging by his previous talks, should prove to be very popular.
Steve has written over a dozen books, including the popular ‘How to Cheat in Photoshop‘ series and the Amazon #1 best-seller ‘Dad Stuff’.
He is a Contributing Editor to MacUser magazine and writes regularly for Adobe Inspire, CreativePro, Digital Arts and several other websites. Steve’s training videos can be seen on Lynda.com, Retouch Pro and elsewhere and he is also a beta-tester for Adobe Systems.
His photo-montage illustrations have appeared in newspapers and magazines both in the UK and internationally. As you may know, Photoshop supports 3D and Steve has produced a collection of life-size human sculptures created under the collective title Life Support.
The venue for the lecture is the Village Hall in Foxton which is centrally located, provides good parking and is also serviced by the train station. As always, you don’t have to be an RPS member to attend the lecture – all are welcome.
Tickets are £16 for non-RPS members, £12 for members, £8.00 for RPS DIG or Anglia Region Members. Get details of the event and book on-line (requires an account) from the RPS website directly here, or to reserve your place, either e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call John Margetts (ARPS) on 01223 700147.
Steve’s website can be found here: http://stevecaplin.com/
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