The Societies Newsletter
25 March 10
Act Now! and get a complimentary 12 month Photo Pro Magazine subscription by joining the Societies for a 6 months membership –
Limited offer ends soon
For just £49.99 you get six months membership of The Societies with all the many benefits that brings, including networking opportunities, access to a comprehensive range of seminars and workshops, the potential to acquire Distinctions, feedback on your work via the Mentor Me programme and regular copies of Professional Imagemaker Magazine.
On top of this you also receive six-month’s subscription to Photo Pro Magazine, itself worth over £25, which is packed with features, information and tips from some of the most successful photographers and trainers in the business today. It’s the perfect package for those looking to move into the photographic profession, so sign up today.
Would you like more success with your
For members of the Societies help is at hand:
What Our Members Say:
Join the Largest Association
for the Serious Photographer for only £10
(Europe) a month
We have introduced a new payment plan where you can pay £/€10 a month, Hassle Free.
Please click the relevant Society for more details on joining
The Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers
The Photographers Guide to Making Money
Karen Dorame draws on the advice and insights of over a dozen top professionals in this book designed to help photographers build a successful new business venture or reduce overhead and improve the profitability of an existing photography studio. Packed with tips for every aspect of succeeding as a professional photographer!
Was £21.99 Now £15.00
Tips - Dave Newman
Here's a super quick Adobe Photoshop adjustment for bringing an underexposed image into "healthy" range with just a click or two. The beauty of this quick method is the fact that it brings your underexposed image into a healthy lighter version of that image,
without too great a loss of the range. Open your sick, underexposed, image file in Photoshop. Next, duplicate the background (do this in Layers tool panel) then, in this same Layers panel, go to the NORMAL drop-down menu and click on SCREEN, and POW! Wow, this is so cool, I can't believe it! If it seems to over compensate, go to levels and readjust the image. The beauty of this quick method is the fact that it brings your underexposed image into a healthy, lighter version of that image, with some optimum Photoshop magic, better than manually tweaking with levels or curves.
New Design ‘Dante’ Just Released!
Dante has arrived! Our brand new full screen site is here to help promote your photography and outshine your competition! To celebrate, we're offering 25% off.
Take a Free Trial today and see for yourself!
Loaded with Features:
- Full Screen Images
- Auto Screen Size Detection
- Uploadable Backgrounds
- Customizable Design
- Unlimited Pages & Sub Pages
- Proofing Cart
- SEO Tool Kit
- Video player
Style and Functionality:
- Upload your own custom backgrounds.
- Reduced size and hidden menu bar, see more of the picture!
- Incorporate your own Style with Customizable Design.
To view Dante and see how CMD can raise your profile starting at £65, visit www.creativemotiondesign.com
SPECIAL ON OUR MOST POPULAR DESIGNS - From now until April 2nd , 25% off Dante, Anton, Armande and Julie!
US 1-888-228-0399 AU 61-2-8006-8086 UK 44-208-123-0911 firstname.lastname@example.org / skypecmdsales
Follow us on Twitter
Follow us on Facebook
|The Societies - 6 Bath St., Rhyl LL18 3EB - Tel 0044 1745 356935|