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Martin Bailey Pixels 2 Pigment Workshop in Okinawa August 4th & 5th

Martin Bailey Tokyo Based Photographer

Martin Bailey Tokyo Based Photographer

The dates are now confirmed! I’ll be hosting Martin Bailey’s Pixels 2 Pigment  2-day Workshop in Okinawa on August 4th & 5th.

Martin has put together a few details about the workshop on a Pixels 2 Pigment website, but also check out his main website and his podcast.

This is a great opportunity for photographers to expand their knowledge base. Color management is such a fundamental part of a photographers workflow, but it is often misunderstood, or simply ignored. Martin will guide you through the various steps that will make your life easier. You can take control of color, so you spend less time trying to correct mistakes in Photoshop, or wasting valuable ink and paper. A course outline should be available in the next few weeks.

Martin Bailey Making the Print e-book

Martin Bailey Making the Print e-book

The 2-day workshop will take place from 10AM to 5PM on both days. The course fee is US$250.

The Okinawa workshop will take place at my home in Uruma City.

To book a place on the course please email me chris (at) travel67.com and put WORKSHOP in the subject line (so I’ll spot it if it lands in the junk folder). I’ll send you a Paypal request for the course fee. Once payment is received your place on the workshop is secure.

Your booking on the course is non-refundable, but if you suddenly can’t make it, you may transfer your place to another student.

The course will take place indoors, so bad weather won’t be a problem. However, if there is a major typhoon causing the bases to go into lockdown, the course will be rescheduled to another weekend.

There is no required equipment for the course, we’ll have numerous ColorCheckers and ColorMunkis for students to use. (If you’re a photographer and not sure what these are, then sign up now!)

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Travel writer and photographer living in Okinawa, Japan

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