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Our Print Workshop featuring Andy Biggs & Brian Matsumoto from Canon only a few weeks away

Our Printing Workshop with Andy Biggs & Brian Matsumoto is only a few weeks away, be sure to sign up before it’s too late. You won’t want to miss this excellent opportunity, simply visit our website to purchase your admittance and learn more about this exciting event.

Capture. Print. Present.

Simplifying the Journey of the Digital Image

Printing Workshop with Andy Biggs & Brian Matsumoto

As more and more features are being jam packed into smaller and smaller cameras, there is an increasingly confusing learning curve to make sure you are getting the best digital image from your camera.  Then once you get that unforgettable image, you want it to be seen so you can share it with others but then the printing dilemma begins…but don’t worry we are here to help.   

Join us for a one-day seminar with featured presenters Brian Matsumoto and Andy Biggs where they will unravel some of the mystery behind getting the best image from capture to the final output so you can tackle the digital photographic workflow with ease.

To secure your spot, there is a $30 registration fee, however, here is what you be receiving in return:

  • $30 credit towards any Moab or Canon product purchase through IT Supplies
  • Sample print (18”x24”) of your favorite image from a Canon imagePROGRAF large format printer on Moab Entrada.media
  • Free luncheon
  • The chance to ask the pros any questions that come to mind

Presenter Profiles:

Andy Biggs: A professional wildlife photographer who’s traveled the world, perfecting the art of capturing the perfect image. Andy years of industry experience and has traveled as far as far as Africa to present workshops to photographers for enhancing skills. Visit Andy’s website here.

Brian Matsumoto: Brian is a professional products technical representative for the Professional Engineering & Solutions group of Canon. He has a background in photography from Southern Illinois University and in addition to cameras also covers video equipment, printers, and high definition projectors for Canon. Brian will be discussing an overview of Canon DSLR Cameras, Lenses & Flashes, the Dos and Don’ts of Camera Settings and Intermediate Camera Features & Options to Try.

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