Guide to Photoshop and Lightroom
Manage and manipulate digital photos
Billy Chang will demonstrate the immediately-achievable benefits of using Lightroom and Photoshop in combo as compared with Apple Photos. Of course, he’ll point out the pros and cons of each approach!
Apps & Traps – Our essential monthly feature on interesting new products and services for iOS and OS X, brought to you by Dave Whitby.
appleSTEMs – Warren James presents interesting Apple science, technology, engineering, and math software. (On hiatus, while Warren’s free time is on hiatus…)
appleCore – Everyone says that iOS and macOS are intuitive and easy to use. If you believe that, I’ve got a bridge to sell you. Although iOS and macOS are easy to use after you’ve learned how to use them, actually learning to use them can be a bit confusing. Often, basic things are not explained because it is assumed that you already know them. We all know that that’s not always the case. So now the SGVAUG presents an on-going series of short talks about the core elements of iOS and macOS so that soon, you’ll be able to tell everyone, “Of course iOS and macOS are intuitively obvious”.
Apple News & Updates
Our rewarding Monthly Prize Drawing includes a $25.00 iTunes gift card, Take Control of High Sierra and Read Me First on a USB thumb drive, Take Control of Upgrading to High Sierra and Read Me First on a USB thumb drive, Take Control of iOS 11 and Read Me First on a USB thumb drive, a SanDisk 128 GB USB Cruzer Glide flash drive, and a special harvest/Halloween prize. Don’t forget: members receive one free ticket for the drawing. Bring a guest and get another free ticket! Support our group and increase your chances of winning some goodies – drawing tickets are $1.00 each or six for $5.00. The odds are great that you can be a winner!
The meeting will be held in the 4th-floor conference room, at the Pasadena Public Library Main Branch at 7:00 p.m. Following the general meeting, we have our informal Meeting after the Meeting at Conrads, 861 E. Walnut St. (at the NW corner of Walnut and Lake).