Monday January 28th, 2019 - Mobile Photography Workflow with Visions in Belmar NJ

Have you had photographs you wanted to share with people as soon as you can and don’t want to wait until you get back home or to your laptop?

Would you like to be able to edit photographs while you have extra time like on a commute or a long airline flight?

Would you like a photo workflow that’s less intimidating then photoshop?

With today’s modern phones and tablets, it’s easier than ever to get great results editing and sharing photographs on the go.  This 4-hour Mobile Photography Workflow Workshop will get you started on the path to be a nimbler photographer.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Import photos from your DSLR camera to your phone

  • Share photographs between your phone and your tablet

  • Use Lightroom CC Mobile to edit your photographs

  • Make use of other mobile applications to further process your photos

  • Share to social media platforms

  • Use hashtags to get more eyes on your photography

  • Import your photos to your desktop workflow to add them to your larger catalog

While the instruction will be given on the iOS platform, Android users will benefit too, as much of the process is independent of platform.

To register;

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Saturday 2/2/19 - Creating Tasty Food Photography with Canon Live Learning in NYC
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Are you a foodie looking to capture unique shots of your next great meal adventure? Or a budding chef interested in making great photographs of your food? Or maybe you want to move into professional food photography? Whatever your inspiration — learning how to create interesting and beautiful food (and beverage) photography is fun, challenging and rewarding!

Join me and Canon Live Learning for a one-day workshop, you will learn how to prepare, light, and style a meal to look spectacular.  We’ll walk you through key camera settings, lensing tips, and simple lighting setups. We will also cover the basics of food prep and styling as we work through four different table settings, with different lighting setups and different dishes to capture for variety.

We’ll supply the food, beverages, along with some glasses, flatware, and utensils but feel free to bring your own and any props you can think of to make the photographs your own.



You will learn:

  • How to light glass & food

  • How to prepare bottles and glasses for that professional look

  • How to approach lighting a table

  • How to use light modifiers for different styles

  • What items to keep in your tool box

  • Food styling tips

  • How to choose the right lens

For more info and to Register;

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