Passenger Seat

Creating a Photographic Project from Conception through Execution in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

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Author: Julieanne Kost

Publisher: Adobe Press

ISBN: 0134278372

Category: Computers

Page: 240

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In her long career as Product Evangelist for Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom, Julieanne Kost has taught thousands of digital photographers how to get the most out of Adobe's digital imaging software, in seminars, presentations, and blog posts ranging from nuts-and-bolts tips and tricks to inspirational tutorials on creating sophisticated artistic effects. As Lightroom has grown into the premier image organization and editing tool for photographers, she is often asked by her students and other fans to outline her own Lightroom workflow in a book. This is that book! Using her own stunning images as the starting point, Julieanne shares her working methods with the reader, starting from the initial idea for a photo project, continuing through planning and executing the shoots, and spending the bulk of the time describing the post-capture workflow: organizing the images in Lightroom, performing basic and advanced edits, off-loading images to Photoshop for special purposes, then packaging the project for publication and distribution as a book, slideshow, or web site. Readers will reap the benefit of Julieanne's long and deep experience with both Lightroom and Photoshop as well as her refined artist's sensibility. The book deftly combines practical information about working with the camera and computer, but under Julieanne's guidance the practical is always presented in the service of maintaining and supporting the photographer's vision for the overall project. There are other books on using Lightroom to catalog and edit images, but they tend to be general-purpose manuals that cover any and all types of images and uses. This book focuses on those techniques and workflows that Julieanne finds most useful for her own photographic projects; in this case a series of images shot from the window of a moving car going through a variety of landscapes at different times of the year. Check out the ad in the back of the book for details on becoming an Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan member for up to 20% off your first year!

Passenger Seat Spoilage Management

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Author: Gary L Parker

Publisher: 4019822 Canada Incorporated

ISBN: N.A

Category: Transportation

Page: 19

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Passenger carrier seats are a perishable inventory. Once a departure leaves, any opportunity to gain revenue from the empty seats are lost. As we have seen in the previous modules, maximum revenue gains can be captured from a departure if all seats are sold and all demand for full-fare seats is met. Booking class assignment based on economic value and optimal seat allocation can lead to large revenue gains. However, carrier seats can also be “spoiled” or depart empty due to passengers who do not show up to board the departure. Carriers need to take steps to avoid or minimize spoilage in order to maximize revenues. In this module, we begin by defining spoilage, explaining why carriers need to overbook, and discussing some implications of this practice. The second section looks at how carriers actually determine optimal overbooking levels to compensate for passenger “no-shows”. The final section introduces some other overbooking measures and considerations including planning for pre-departure cancellations and multi-compartment upgrading.

Passenger Seat Allocation Control

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Author: Gary L Parker

Publisher: 4019822 Canada Incorporated

ISBN: N.A

Category: Transportation

Page: 27

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Multiple booking classes available on a given departure within a single compartment of the equipment all share a common inventory of seats. It is the goal of revenue management to increase or maximize the total revenues of the departure by filling those seats with the most profitable mix of customers. This is accomplished by determining the optimal seat allocations or authorized selling levels, per booking class. We begin this module by considering the benefits and dangers of discount seat allocation control and then look at the respective roles of the revenue analyst and computerized revenue management (RM) systems in determining optimal seat allocations. The second section explains the basic methodology used by many leg- or segment-based RM systems to determine seat protection levels. The final section considers the advantages and disadvantages of leg-based seat inventory control.

The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

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Author: N.A

Publisher: Office of the Federal Register

ISBN: N.A

Category: Administrative law

Page: N.A

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The Code of Federal Regulations is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.