Aug 262009

Exciting – My “Digital Photography and Artistry” podcast featured in online media by Photo Marketing Association International.

PMA TV (September 2 2009 PMA Newsline)
With simple, yet effective, photo enhancement programs such as iPhoto, anyone can add zest and interest to pictures. In a new segment now available on PMA TV photographer Jim Everett shows the importance of selecting, cropping and enhancing.

PMA TV (August 26 2009 PMA Newsline)
Photographer Jim Everett explains how pro-level software, like Aperture, can be powerful tools to create a sense of being there, as well as evocative and intriguing images, in a new PMA TV segment.

PMA TV (August 12 2009 PMA Newsline)
It’s difficult to take a unique shot of tourist icons, like the Sydney Opera House. New on PMA TV is a video from photographer Jim Everett, who demonstrates how to “break the rules” to capture an intimate view of frequently-photographed places and things, and create an unusual end result. Click here to go directly to Everett’s videos; to access the treasure trove of other video content on the site, click on PMA TV .

PMA TV is an online video library hosting an extensive collection of educational resources for PMA members. You will find how-to videos, keynote speakers, Photoshop tips, and all the top educational sessions from DIMA, PSPA, SPAA and others.

About PMA – The Worldwide Community of Imaging Associations
A professional trade association, PMA helps the worldwide photo imaging community achieve business success and adapt to new technologies. PMA continues its 83-year legacy of connecting photo imaging businesses to a network of knowledge and support. PMA represents 20,000 members in 100-plus countries who actively contribute to the expanding $83 billion imaging industry. Visit PMAI online.


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