A compelling photo starts with a great story; a solid capture and post-processing are essential. The reason we process our images is to make a stronger photo. Join us for Scott's presentation with talking points vs. a hands-on processing demonstration, focusing on selective adjustments and masking using Lightroom. Remember that we can also apply these concepts with other raw editors, such as On1 and Luminar.
Scott Davenport is a landscape photographer and photo educator and based in San Diego, California. He leads photo workshops, writes photo books, hosts podcasts, makes tutorial videos, and feels weird referring to himself in the 3rd person.
Grab a drink and join Robert Chaplin as he shares his opinions, observations, and ideas about instructors, lecturers, and the art of photography. Robert will share some things he has heard and disagrees with. Or maybe there is something he said that needs clarification. He will also touch on leaving a legacy with our art. This talk will be interactive and fun. -
Snacks and Sweets provided
Whether the skies are sunny or overcast, take your best photos showing an atmosphere affected by the weather. For example, you can take photos of a foggy morning, an overcast day, a sunset with silhouettes, or even show how weather can affect people's daily lives.
Flowers are a naturally photogenic subject matter — a joyful expression of colors, textures, and shapes. Flower and plant photography celebrates their natural beauty and is an effective way to improve various photography skills
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Digital Challenge…Now it is your turn. I have critiqued your digital images. Some agree with my assessments...some do not. What follows is my methodology and reasons. How objective are you when self-critiquing your photographs? Can you separate your emotional connection to your image?
Evelyn Greer Park (Pinecrest)
8200 SW 124th Street
Pinecrest, FL 33157