Monday, 25 January 2010

Feb 8th - Workshop - Creating and Printing Digital Images for Creative Projects

Workshop - Creating and Printing Digital Images for Creative Heritage Projects – This is a free workshop by the ‘Capturing Your Wayland Heritage’ project.

Feb 8th 2010 – Wayland House, Watton – 10.00 to 4.00 The workshop is now full, there are no places left, but if you are interested in a future workshop could you please email me on

The workshop aims to give an introduction to creating digital images with cameras and scanners. It will also cover getting the images on to your computer and making the most of them by making simple adjustments with Photoshop and similar free software such as Gimp.
Printing the images on samples of different fabrics and papers will give participants a chance to compare results and see what can be achieved. The workshop will provide the skills to produce images on paper or fabric that can be used to make creative family or village histories etc.

Participants that have a project in mind should bring images to scan, photo cards, images in their cameras etc with them. On going support from the project heritage officer will be available for the heritage-based projects started on the workshop.

If any one has examples of past work, printing on fabric they would like to bring to show the group, and share their experiences that would be very useful.

Laptop computers, cameras, a scanner and an inkjet and laser printer will be available, but if people would like to bring their own familiar equipment to work with that would be fine.

Tutor - Sue White – Wayland Heritage Officer
Please email or phone 01953 880216 to book a place.

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