Have you studied abroad? Do you have some great pictures? Read on...
Photography for Study Abroad- Photoshop Basics
The Photoshop Basics class will be 09/06/2012 from 5:30pm-7:30pm, Student Computing Center Rm 4.114.
The Texas A&M Study Abroad Programs Office is offering a basic photo-editing class geared towards study abroad students, but the class is open to everyone. The class will be about two hours and is designed for anyone interested in learning basic photo editing in Photoshop. We will cover basic image corrections, adjusting color and tone, cropping, and if we have time some basic masking techniques.
Although the class is geared towards future study abroad students it is open to everyone. Please bring a photo to edit! Make sure your photo is at least 1MB in size.
Photography for Study Abroad- Matting Your Photograph
The Matting Your Photograph class will be 09/12/2012 from 5:30pm-6:30pm, Rudder, Rm 701.
The Texas A&M Study Abroad Programs Office is offering a basic photo-matting class geared towards study abroad students, but the class is open to everyone. The class will be about an hour and is designed for anyone interested in learning how to matt a photograph. We will show you how to cut out a matte frame and how to mount your photo. We will also discuss the tools you will need and briefly cover framing options.
If you are interested in participating please RSVP to Michael Clement at email@example.com. Although the class is geared towards future study abroad students it is open to everyone. Please bring a photo to edit! Make sure your photo is at least 2MB in size.
***Aggies Abroad Photo Contest***
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 in the Rudder Exhibit Hall
Entries Due: By 5pm Friday, September 14, 2012
As part of the September 19th Overseas Day we will be holding the Aggies Abroad Photo Contest! We are looking for photos, taken abroad in the last year, which capture images that illustrate the entrant’s study abroad experience. Submissions should have excellent composition, be visually interesting, and capture the impact of the international experience. Entry forms can be found on our website at studyabroad.tamu.edu or picked up in the Study Abroad Programs Office in Bizzell Hall West. Entries (2 max per person) are due at the study abroad programs office by September 14th and each must be accompanied by a submission form, a digital copy of the entry, and a matted physical copy. Winners will be chosen by visitors to Overseas Days and will receive prizes donated by local businesses.