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Wildlife & Landscape Photography - The Evolution of an Image
Presented by Rick Sammon, Rick Sammon Photography January 8 at 8:00pm EST
In this info-packed and fun-filled webinar, Rick Sammon will talk about the evolution of an image – from envisioning the end-result, making an image and then processing an image. The main concept: there is a big difference between taking a picture and making a picture. Rick will also talk about his “one picture promise.” Rick has traveled to more than 100 countries making pictures for his books and on-line classes. In this webinar Rick will share his favorite wildlife and landscape images from around the world. But this is not just a webinar filled with pretty pictures. For each image Rick will share a tip or technique that hopefully will make you make better pictures – pictures with impact!
Target Audience: Novice to Advanced
Editing Your Floral Photography
Presented by Jackie Kramer, www.luvblooms.com January 10 at 7:00pm EST
After you’ve uploaded your RAW files, prepare to polish them up in post-production. This webinar will walk through examples of editing floral images in Adobe Lightroom and then will share an overview of some additional techniques to clean up distracting elements and apply textures in Photoshop.
Target Audience: Intermediate/Advanced
Project Management for Photographers: Strategies to Stay on Track from Shoot to Publication
Presented by Jaymi Heimbuch, Jaymi Heimbuch Photography LLC, January 30 at 2:00pm EST
Feel daunted when trying to get started on a new project? Or frazzled once a project is underway? With the right tools and preparation at the outset, you can avoid becoming overwhelmed or discouraged and missing important deadlines. We will cover strategies for planning out your tasks for a shoot, assignment, or larger project from start to finish – from outlining deliverables to scheduling work. We will review tools, including templates and online software programs, that help photographers stay organized, and we will cover strategies for keeping priorities in line as they shift during a project.
Target Audience: Professional and Intermediate/Advanced
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