Saturday, April 7, 2012

Albuquerque Expo - Tanner on Retouching Photos, Facial Recoginition and Living People

Tom Underhill

Publisher, senior designer and author of nine books at Creative Continuum, a book design and publishing company specializing in high-quality, short-run books, Tom and his company have recently produced more than 400 family history heirloom books, printed more than 10.5 million pages and scanned more than 13,000 photographs.


Friday, April 13, 2012
3:30 pm: Making Facial Recognition Work for You
(Beginner-Experienced) We all have boxes of unlabeled photos filled with potential relatives and ancestors. Photo processing software like Picassa and iPhoto have become more useful as research tools. Discover the efficacy of using facial recognition as a real-world tool in bringing order to your photo library.
Saturday, April 14, 2012
11:20 am: Photo Retouching for Beginners
(Beginner) Digitizing your existing photos requires more than just clicking the scan button. This class teaches techniques to maximize scanning of historical photographs, focusing on tin-types and overly-silver originals, faded images, and red-shifted photos from the 1960s and '70s.
1:10 pm: Finding People Before They've Died
A living person is almost always the best source... but finding them can be tricky! Learn the techniques investigative reporters trust to find people while they’re still

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