Apple has launched a digital photography road show, “Going Digital in Professional Photography” in the UK.
The show began in the Netherlands and will visit Paris, Milan, Cologne, London, Zurich, Brussels, Vienna, Madrid and Stockholm, according to Macworld UK.
The road show is targeted to professional photographers, digital photography enthusiasts, creative professionals, and all those who enjoys manipulating images. Apple says participants will “find out how digital photography and video can help you create stunning high-quality images for both print and Web” and will discover “how the Mac’s unprecedented ease-of-use allows you to make the shift from still to moving images with the minimum of training and the minimum of fuss.” Attendees will also learn how to produce digital images and desktop movies on a Mac.
Among the spotlighted software and hardware solutions (besides Apple’s own products, of course, including the sometimes-overlooked ColorSync) will be Adobe Photoshop 6, digital cameras such as the Nikon D1, and a variety of scanners and printers from such companies as Agfa, GretagMacbeth, FotoWare, Hewlett Packard, LaCie, and Wacom. For instance, GretagMacbeth is showing its color management solutions for displays and digital photography, as well as a selection of color proofing tools, according to Macworld UK.
More info and registration for the event can be found at the “Going Digital in Professional Photography” Web site.