I’ve always loved these Tibetan bells … Found them for sale on a crafts table last Sunday in Willow Glen. Beautiful things, and they sound wonderful.


My August workshop  at the Mid-Peninsula Community Media Center in Palo Alto, California (http://www.midpenmedia.org), focused on Photoshop, was a great time with a fantastic group of participants. Let’s do it again! 

My next workshop at the Media Center is coming up in two weeks, September 15-17. I’ll be tackling an introduction to Lightroom … with a concentration for those who already have a lot of work in progress, but informative and useful for all levels from beginner to experienced user.

Here’s the description from the Media Center website … 

Instructor is Godfrey DiGiorgi.

This is a three-session workshop for photographers interested in learning how to use Adobe Lightroom. No prerequisites are required, some familiarity with Photoshop and image processing workflow is helpful. 

Learn how to transition your work from Photoshop into Lightroom, or start from scratch with Lightroom as the principal tool for your image processing workflow. Examine and understand the use of templates throughout the Lightroom modules to make your work faster, easier and more consistent. Explore how to use Lightroom’s image processing tools in conjunction with Photoshop. Learn how to use Export as well as the Slideshow, Printing and Web modules to output finished photographs. Time will be given, distributed through the session, for hands-on and Q&A.

Length: 9 hours 
Class size: 3 – 8 
Tuition: $135
September 15-16-17, 7-10 pm

For more Information regarding the classes, please contact instructor Godfrey DiGiorgi at godfrey@gdgphoto.com

To register by making a VISA or Mastercard payment over the phone, please contact Dave Sorokach:

650 494-8686 x10

Please drop me a line if you have any questions! I’d love to have you there.