Getting Started with Timelapse Photography by Richard Harrington

DSLRs can produce amazing photos and video… but how about compelling video created from hundreds of still images? In this seminar you’ll learn how to create dynamic time-lapse video and use photographic techniques to achieve amazing dynamic range and super high resolution. Rich finds that time-lapse is a great creative outlet that almost any photographer can learn in just a few hours.

You’ll learn the whole process from shoot to post… with an emphasis on speed and practicality. You’ll learn how the addition of a simple intervalometer to your existing DSLR kit can open up all new creative outlets. No expensive gear to get started, just a clear path and streamlined workflow. You’ll also learn Rich’s data management approach from field to studio to keep all those images safe. Finally, put the images together with popular tools like Photoshop, Premiere Pro, or Final Cut Pro.

An Introduction to Photoshop CS6 – Learning the Basics of Photo Manipulation by Andy Graber

Join Andy Graber, instructor at Parsons School of Design and long time Photoshop expert, in a two hour event that simplifies this popular software to get anyone, at any level, editing photos – color adjustments, retouching techniques, transformations and layer principles, and more.

The Top 15 Features of Photoshop Every Photographer Should Know by Jeff Cable

Sure, there are literally hundreds if not thousands of tools and commands in Adobe Photoshop, but Jeff will teach you the top 15 to get you retouching faster and more effectively. If you are a photographer, you are not concerned with 3D, video features and hundreds of other commands. Learn the 15 key features of Photoshop that will help you take a good photo to a great photo every time.

Lenses for Bird and Nature Photography: Birds As Art Style- by Arthur Morris

In this practical and educational slide program we will learn which Canon lenses—from the 8-15mm fisheye up to the 800mm f/5.6 L IS—Artie uses to create his amazing images, how, why, and when he uses each of them, and what he is thinking as he depresses the shutter button. Most folks will be surprised to learn that a long lens with a teleconverter is often not the best tool for the job. In addition Artie will comment on exposure and image design.

Measuring and Evaluating Light in Landscape Photography by Joe Brady

For landscape photographers, capturing the best image data possible means better higher final image quality, less editing and the best possible print. Join host Joe Brady for this free webinar on using a handheld light meter out in the field and on location to ensure that this happens.

Protecting the highlights in an image is paramount and Joe will show how to make sure this happens. This webinar is sponsored by Sekonic and discusses topics including:

• Evaluating the Scene
• Ambient Metering
• Protecting the Highlights
• Shooting “to the Right”
• Metering for HDR — when does it become necessary?
• Compensating for filters