Thursday, March 11, 2010

VRC Training Available in Digital Imaging

Are you confused by DPI and PPI?  Are you unsure about the best file format and size for images you need for a particular purpose?  Have you taught yourself how to edit your images in Photoshop, but feel like you could use some guidance to get more out the tools?  Well, if you are an Art and Art History student or faculty member, you are in luck.  Lia Pileggi, our Digital Imaging and Technology Coordinator, is available by appointment Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., to help you with your digital imaging project.  Whether you are preparing a digital image presentation for a class, archiving a portfolio of your creative work, or applying for grants or scholarships, Lia will help you make your images look their best.  Lia is a great teacher -- she is clear, concise, and patient, and will work with you at whatever level you need.  Everyone will also agree that she also happens to be super cool.

Remember that the VRC houses community imaging stations featuring:
  • New 24" iMac desktop computers
  • Adobe Creative Suite 4 Production Premium (Photoshop Extended, Illustrator, Flash Professional, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Soundbooth, OnLocation,  Encore, and Bridge)
  • Neutral gray walls (RGB-balanced) behind monitors for optimal color management
  • Daylight balanced lighting (5000K) for optimal color management
  • Regularly color-calibrated monitors
  • Easy-to-use Vuescan software
 For more information contact Lia at 303-735-1640, or

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