The latest Color Confidence Digital Imaging Workshop has helped to educate, both amateur and professional photographers, on the importance of the colour workflow process from camera through to print.
Event feedback forms collected at last week’s Digital Imaging Workshop found that many people were keen for Color Confidence to continue to host colour management events in the UK, with 41% of delegates travelling over 50 miles to attend the event.
Color Confidence, Europe’s leading supplier to the photography market, held the Digital Imaging Workshop at The Rep in Birmingham last week Wednesday.
The day was split into a morning of seminars and an afternoon of interactive activities, with guests having the option to attend just the morning session or stay for the full day event. In total 92% of attendees stayed for the full event, with 33% requesting to see colour management tutorials.
The morning consisted of four seminars with guest speakers from Adobe, Macphun Software, DxO and a session with Fashion and Beauty Photographer Andy Kruzcek.
In the afternoon guests were given the option to choose two of the following three activities, a photowalk with professional photographer Andy Kruzcek, an Adobe workflow seminar with David Mallows, or a specialist 1-2-1 training session with their chosen vendor.
There was a trade and exhibition area open throughout the day with technical specialists from some of the world’s leading manufacturers including NEC, X-Rite, DxO, EIZO, Macphun Software, Epson, Manfrotto and Tecco.
“For over 30 years we have been committed to training, education and technical support,” says Geoffrey Clements, Managing Director at Color Confidence. “Our latest report has found that there is demand to run events of this calibre in the UK, with many people willing to travel great lengths to find out more about the colour workflow process.”
Color Confidence offer a range of professional training courses and consultancy services with packages to suit users of all levels, from individual photographers and imaging professionals, to large-scale publishing houses and multinational companies.
There were a total of 50 attendees at the Digital Imaging Workshop. All attendees were entered into a prize draw to win a brand new NEC monitor. The winner was announced on the day.