Do you want to learn the
using your computer to enhance the pictures from your digital camera?
Learn how to bring out the best in your photos and restore old photos. I give free lessons showing
students how to recognize and correct common photo problems using basic
photo editing tools. It's done over the internet --
you're at home at your computer and I'm at my home at mine.
To qualify for this you must:
Have a computer with Windows XP, Vista,
Windows 7, 8, 10 a Mac or Linux
Be familiar with
the basics of using Windows/Mac/Linux
Be at least 40 years old
want to learn – not just “Oh well, what the heck, it’s free. I’ll
give it a whirl”
Have broadband access to the internet
(DSL, Cable, etc. – not dialup)
Have access to a digital camera with at
least 4 megapixel ability
There are no gimmicks, it really is completely free.
for more details
To get started,
You can see a few of my own photographs
Though I teach general photo editing, I'm better known in the quilting
community. I don't know how many quilts I've photographed -- I know
it's more than 300. You can see some of them
I photographed the Lakeview Quilters Guild annual raffle
quilt for many years.
My credits are at the bottom of the more recent photographs. You can
I created the guild website in 1999, and my wife and I maintained it until
April 2007 when we turned it over to another guild member.
I received special recognition from the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum for
consultation and training given them on photographing and preparing their quilt images for
the national Quilt
Index -- the most prestigious collection
of quilts on the web. To see an extract of this from their newsletter,
Five of my quilt photographs are published in the book 500 Traditional
Quilts -- Click Here
If you decide you're interested,
on request I'll send you
references you can call or email to ask about me. Two of these are
Sue Garman, two nationally known quilters. (sadly Sue Garman
has passed on) You can email Cynthia &
Sue's daughter from their webpages.