Kodak have added an extra summer date (August 26) to their 'Try before You Buy'
free digital training day schedule.
Photographers who are still thinking about moving to digital capture can get
a day's free overview (worth hundreds of pounds) of the company's latest DCS
Pro SLR/n and SLR/c cameras by reserving a place with Oxhey, Watford-based training
hosts Imaging Training Limited (www.imagingtraining.co.uk
Tel 0208 421 6275)
Said Kodak Professional marketing manager David Kitchin: "The response
to this free training initiative has been so good that we are building in extra
workshops to cope with an ever-increasing demand. The first of the extra dates
will be August 26."
The 'Try before You Buy' course format includes an overview of the following:
Camera capabilities, camera functions and controls, firmware, sample images
and instruction on Kodak PhotoDesk software.
Award-winning portrait and wedding photographer David Ward who attended an
earlier course said:
"These free courses are the perfect way to get introduced to digital
Going digital is a very big challenge for many photographers. They need real
help at the front end of that decision-making process."
Other course dates for capture training include August 17, September 21, October
19 and November 23.