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Main Program

Mailwasher and Photo Taking by Jerry Goldstein

Jerry will start with teaching TPCUG attendees how to prevent email malware with the "Mailwasher" email program.
He will then teach us how to "Take & Make Better Pictures". Mailwasher is an email filtering software that detects and deletes malware and spam email before it gets to your computer. It is a great preventative program that proactively does an excellent job in keeping your computer safe.
In Goldstein's second presentation for our April Meeting he will teach us how to take or make better pictures. Learn how the Rule of Thirds can make or break a photo and how to add or subtract parts of what you see to make an effective photograph. Post click editing is looked at to show you how to zoom in on the photograph's essence.

About our speaker:

Jerry Goldstein has presented many times for TPCUG and is a former TPCUG Newsletter Editor and contributor. His presentations have included numerous photography seminars including Underwater Photography, Creating Photo Books and Photo Cubes. He has also presented seminars on An Introduction to Online Fan Films, and how to use PowerPoint , Facebook, eBay, and Taking Search Engines Beyond Google.

Goldstein is an attorney practicing law for over thirty years out of his Shelton office. As a litigator Attorney Goldstein helps people in crisis with their Auto Accident and Personal Injury, along with helping them with their Family, Business, Criminal, and Motor Vehicle legal problems. Attorney Goldstein is Chair of the Connecticut Bar Association Solo and Small Firm Practice Section and has been a regular presenter on many legal topics to other attorneys and the public.

Goldstein enjoys spending his spare time with his wife and son, who are family members of TPCUG. His son has also become active in TPCUG, attending and participating in our meetings. In between all of this Goldstein enjoys fresh and saltwater fishing, including fly and spin fishing.

Meeting Details and Directions


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Everyone is invited to attend the meeting at the Trumbull Library, 33 Quality St.
See you there from 7:00 PM to 9 PM.