Great photographs require beautiful light, a compelling composition, and post-processing precision. In this session, David Marx will demonstrate valuable tools and techniques that you can use to take your landscape photography to exciting new places. This presentation will focus on achieving maximum image quality and efficiency without unnecessary complexity using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC. I will show you how to get the most out of your images by exploring ways to enhance color, expand dynamic range, and direct the viewer’s eye. If you’re looking to take your nature photography to the next level then you won’t want to miss these tips and tricks on how to edit your photos using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom either at the B&H Event Space in the heart of New York City or for free online.
Our smartphones and tablets are amazing tools for photography. In this lively presentation, I will demonstrate two of my favorite non-destructive mobile image processing Apps. First, I will talk about Snapseed from Google. Snapseed is a powerful image enhancer and it is free on both Android and iOS devices. With Snapseed, you can accomplish all sorts of the basic improvements like white balance correction, black and white conversion, and perspective repair. Beneath the surface though there is so much more to this amazing App. Snapseed also includes powerful yet simple tools for masking, portrait retouching, and double exposure simulation. Unlike Snapseed which is a standalone App, the Adobe Lightroom Mobile App represents the next frontier in photo editing everywhere. With Lightroom Mobile, you can pass images back and forth from your desktop computer over to your phone or tablet. Edits made on one device are automatically synchronized with all of your other toys with Lightroom Mobile. If you are curious about where smartphone image editing is headed then this is the program to watch either in person at the B&H Event Space in the heart of New York City or for free online. MORE INFORMATION AVAILABLE HERE
My Glacier National Park Photography Workshop sponsored by the Wilderness Institute at the University of Montana is a great opportunity for participants of all skill levels to improve their landscape photography technique. We will spend three days and two nights photographing the scenic splendor of autumn in Glacier National Park. Out in the field at first and last light, participants will shoot photos of fall colors, lakes and streams, mountain-filled skylines, and burned areas, as well as frost-lined leaves and spectacular sunsets. This workshop is an opportunity to experience wilderness with a lens: focusing on light, color, form, and composition. Note: We will camp out each night under the stars on this program! Roughing it a little adds to the fun and opens up a world of extra photographic possibilities. MORE INFORMATION AVAILABLE HERE