With Alan Hess and Scott Diussa. Here is your backstage pass to concert photography. This class covers it all, from obtaining credentials to photo pit etiquette, from having the right gear for the job to getting the proper exposure. Then we will put this all into practice by shooting a live band and covering how to process your images for great results. If you want to learn how to capture great images of low-light performances and feel the adrenaline rush of a fast paced real world concert shooting environment...then this workshop is for you!
Commercial Photographer, copyright expert, and Explorer of Light Jack Reznicki, and Professional Photographer, post processing guru and Explorer of Light Eddie Tapp will take you on an intensive journey
demonstrating theory and actual use of pro commercial lighting gear to capture magazine quality images, then process for finishing and printing, detailing color control, use current modern printers to print output.
All photographers, regardless of camera platform, are welcome.
The Live Shoot! features live models, professional flashes, stands, backgrounds, light modifiers...as well as Canon printers, and technical staff to assist.
Bring your camera, favorite portrait lens, and your laptop loaded with a current version of Photoshop and a memory card, and get ready to rock....
And the topping on the treat is that three of the best images will be presented as semi-finalists at the Keynote Event the next day; the images will be seen by all the Photoshop World attendees present, and the attendees will vote on the best image of class.
Limited to 40 participants. | Transportation and snacks provided.
Get ready for the best Photoshop® Lightroom® training on the planet! You’ll be taught by Matt Kloskowski, one of the world’s top Lightroom experts. Sit tight as he shows you an insider’s view of Lightroom. From Start to Finish, from image capture to final print – you’ll see it unfold right in front of you, as you learn step-by-step how to take control of your digital photography workflow. This seminar will teach you how to take your photography to an amazing new level of productivity, efficiency, and fun with real world insider techniques that will make your life easier, and free your time so you can do what you really want with your photography.
Equipment Requirements: Each participant will need to bring their own 35mm DSLR digital camera and Flash Card or SD Card. Short zoom lenses like the 24mm-70mm are ideal. A sturdy Tripod is also required. A Headlamp is recommended as the class will be working in the dark after sunset.
They must also bring their own LED flashlight.
Recommended LED flashlight is: Bolt 2L by:Inova
Recommended Reading: Participants can learn about the technique of Lightpainting on Dave Black’s website:
Click: Workshop at the Ranch
There you will find several in depth articles on how to Lightpaint.
Participants can also learn about Lightpainting by watching Dave’s Lightpainting classes on Kelby Training.
Limited to 45 participants. | Transportation and snacks provided.
In this free class instructor Stephen Eastwood teaches you the technology, shows you the techniques, and gives you the tools to harness the excitement and potential of portable strobes. These versatile and adventurous flashes can be used to create, enhance, and modify light in any situation for every type of photograph. Stephen will demonstrate how you can use Speedlites to duplicate the results of traditional heavy, large, and expensive studio strobes as he explaining the technical principles you need to know and demonstrates them live with models.
The Need Light? Speedlight! Seminar will be taught by the Canon Explorer of Light, Stephen Eastwood.
The seminar features a demonstration-style lecture format, with Stephen shooting live models and highlighting the technical features of the speedlite system. This seminar will be presented from 6:30pm – 10:00pm on the evening of Monday, April 7, 2014.