Yesterday was a Picasa intermediates course. It was run for those that already had a knowledge of Picasa but wanted to take it one step further.
It is primarily for those interested in tweaking their digital photography but it can also be a useful tool for recording art, crafts, and easy document storage for geneology.
We covered many of the built-in features such as:
- Cropping, Straightening, dealing with red eye, adding text to image,
- Fill light, highlights and shadows.
- Effects as sharpen, warmify and saturation – to list a few.
- Filing and
- Uploading to Facebook
- E-mailing Images
Here is some of the feedback received today:
“Many thanks Greg, I like my certificate.
Over the weekend I intend practising more & possibly have a go on GIMP.
Really enjoyed the lesson thanks.
I enjoyed yesterdays session
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