2012.03 Public Service Announcements

The Center for Photography at Madison (CPM) is hosting two Aperture 3 classes, one concentrating on digital asset management and the other focused on image optimization. These classes are primarily for new users of Aperture 3. The classes will be taught by Mad Mac member Scott Snyder. CPM was founded in 1998 to provide a home for the advancement of photography in Madison and surrounding communities. Now located at a studio on Madison's east side, CPM is a volunteer-run, non-profit organization that provides a rich mix of educational programs. These include formal classes, workshops, lectures, and a series of regularly scheduled meetings to discuss all aspects of photography. In addition, CPM supports a vibrant slate of member and juried exhibitions. Information about our photography-related classes and CPM in general may be found at its website:

Mad Mac member Scott Snyder is now providing occasional Mac-related training. Focus areas include, but are not limited to, general OS X issues, digital photography, MS Office, security, and back-up issues. Scott has used and programmed computers since 1972. He has been a Mac owner since 1986. At various times he has provided computer consulting services as a sideline. He retired from the corporate world two years ago, but was asked to start consulting again. Scott can be contacted at:
sksnyder@tds.net or 608-833-3643

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