A whole lot of news to get delivered today folks, but where to start? Hmmmm.
Last Friday I attend Scott Kelby’s “Photoshop for Digital Photographers” workshop. The workshop was very informative, and the 600 plus attendees served as a strong reminder of the impact Photoshop has made on photography. I always recommend Scott’s workshops, so if you ever get a chance check out his live presentations or even his online workshops…both of them are worth every penny. More Photoshop news: Adobe’s latest release of CS5 will be launched today. To read more about CS5 you can click HERE. I know…I know….just when you were getting use to CS4 or as I like to call it CS$.
In two weeks I’ll be leaving to photograph the tail end of the Kumbh Mela festival in Hardiwar. Currently two of my favorite travel photographers, Matt Brandon and Gavin Gough, are in India covering it with a small group of students. So if you want to get a little preview of what I’ll be doing, then check out Matt’s blog found HERE and Gavin’s HERE.
June 5th: I’ve added a one day workshop for those of you looking to cover some of the basics. This workshop is perfect for the beginning photographer looking for a little clarity in the digital world. If you just bought a digital camera, or got one as a gift, or are sick of your photos never quite coming out right, then this is the class for you. The workshop will be limited to 4 people and will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The cost of the one day workshop is $250.00.
June 19th-20th Two day Chicago workshop still has availability. This workshop is perfect for an intermediate photographer who is looking to take their photography to the next level. It doesn’t matter if you’re into color, b&w, or HDR we’ll be covering it all. This workshop will cover equipment, camera settings, lens choice, filters, outdoor lighting options and post production editing just to name a few.
Tomorrow I’ll be announcing all the details for my upcoming Yellowstone workshop. The focus of our photographic journey will be landscape and wildlife photography, and for those interested in learning a little fly fishing….I think I’ll be able to work something out for ya..;) So make sure to check back tomorrow for what I’m sure will be a wonderful workshop.
If you’re interested in any the workshops then drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or feel free to use the form below:
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That’s it for now…I hope everyone is having a great Monday.