Scott Kelby’s Crush the Composition – Google+ Photographers Conference

Scott Kelby, the world’s #1 bestselling photography book author, presents his groundbreaking class that changes the way photographers learn composition. This isn’t another one of those “rules of thirds, leading lines, repeating pattern classes” but an entirely new concept that has absolutely resounded with thousands of photographers around the world who have hailed this eye-opening concept a truly career changing experience. You don’t want to miss it. Produced by http://KelbyOne.com

Qualities of Light and Composition

National Geographic Photographer Michael Melford presents a two-part talk: ‘Hidden Alaska: Bristol Bay and Beyond- Images from his most recent book published by National Geographic’, and ‘Qualities of Light, Composition, and What’s in my bag’. If you want to learn, learn from the best. Michael’s brilliant images are always an inspiration, and his explanations of how he got the shots, as well as his practical tips, will help photographers of all levels to improve their own work and aspire to something better.

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.