HDR Artistry Workshop

Cimetiere du Montparnasse, Paris, France

I will be teaching the ‘HDR Photography’ workshop on June 23rd, 2012 at Pikto in Toronto’s Distillery District. It is a full-day workshop from 10 AM to 5 PM.

If you like more info, please visit Pikto’s site here.


Here’s the workshop description:

High Dynamic Range Imaging (HDRI) is a process where photographers create images with a wide range of brightness between highlights and shadows to obtain more tonal detail. This can be achieved through software technique by using just one RAW file or multiple fiels with different exposures.

In this workshop you will learn to edit a single image with raw convertor and Photoshop layering to maximize details in highlights and shadows. You will be shown techniques of exposure blending from multiple originals in Photoshop and other current HDR applications like NIK HDR Efex Pro. Tone mapping will also be discussed for creating special effects.

This workshop is recommended for photographers who are looking at producing sylized and dynamic images in a more creative way.

Requirements: DSLR Camera and tripod

Bhutan Photography Workshop: Festivals & Folklore

f11project and G Adventures proudly present:

Bhutan Photography Workshop: Festivals and Folklore

Fall 2012 Workshop Details
September 22nd – October 4th, 2012

Few regions of the world can captivate a photographer like Bhutan. Nestled in the mountains, this Himalayan Kingdom has retained much of its charm through its preservation of culture, heritage, dress and folklore.

Religious Festivals are held throughout the year, revolving around the Tibetan Calendar. This workshop is an opportunity to witness and document two local sacred festivals, plus the National Thimpu Teschu in all its grandeur. Colour, dance, and music will be on display.

This workshop is designed to be both active and fun. Both Louis Au and Paul A. Teolis will be alongside providing daily instructions to help hone technical precision and push one’s creative skills in an exotic environment that will offer multiple opportunities to focus on individual photographic themes. Digital post-production sessions will also be held to aid participants to take control of the digital capture workflow. This workshop is designed for photographers of all levels.

A fully printable 5-page itinerary on the Bhutan Photography Workshop is now available for download. Please follow the link below.
Bhutan Foto Workshop Itinerary

For more info, please visit G Adventures here.
For reserve your spot, please contact Amylee Silva by phone 416.260.0999 x 1363 or via email.

‘Digital Workflow Essentials: Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop’ Workshop

Cathédral Notre-Dame de Paris

 

I will be teaching a full-day ‘Digital Workflow Essentials: Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop’ workshop on Saturday, May 19th, 2012 at Pikto in Toronto’s Distillery District. The workshop runs from 10 AM to 5 PM.

If you like more info, please visit Pikto’s site here.


Here’s the workshop description:

Lightroom is developed by Adobe as a photo workflow solution aimed at professional photographers and serious amateurs. It is designed to be an all-in-one toolbox for managing, editing and presenting large volumes of digital images.

In this workshop, you will be shown the basics of:

  • Importing your images
  • Sorting, editing and selecting your shoots
  • Organizing your selections into Collections
  • Inputting basic metadata/IPTC info
  • Processing your raw files or jpegs
  • Combining Photoshop into Lightroom workflow
  • Publishing your work in print or online

This workshop is recommended for photographers who are looking for a more efficient digital workflow solution to manage their photo libraries.

‘Digital Workflow Essentials: Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop’ Workshop

 

Guarani child, Sao Paulo, Brasil

I will be teaching a full-day ‘Digital Workflow Essentials: Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop’ workshop on Saturday, May 19th, 2012 at Pikto in Toronto’s Distillery District. The workshop runs from 10 AM to 5 PM.

If you like more info, please visit Pikto’s site here.


Here’s the workshop description:

Lightroom is developed by Adobe as a photo workflow solution aimed at professional photographers and serious amateurs. It is designed to be an all-in-one toolbox for managing, editing and presenting large volumes of digital images.

In this workshop, you will be shown the basics of:

  • Importing your images
  • Sorting, editing and selecting your shoots
  • Organizing your selections into Collections
  • Inputting basic metadata/IPTC info
  • Processing your raw files or jpegs
  • Combining Photoshop into Lightroom workflow
  • Publishing your work in print or online

This workshop is recommended for photographers who are looking for a more efficient digital workflow solution to manage their photo libraries.


‘Workflow for Travel Photographers’ Workshop

Guarani girls

I will be teaching a full-day ‘Workflow for Travel Photographers’ workshop on Saturday, April 14th, 2012 at Pikto in Toronto’s Distillery District. The workshop runs from 10 AM to 5 PM.

If you like more info, please visit Pikto’s site here.


Here’s the workshop description:

Digital photography presents a unique new challenge. Managing hundreds of digital files has quickly become the most daunting task facing photographers today. Whether you are on a day trip or an expedition, how do you build in redundancy for storing captured images to prevent data loss? What is an effective system to manage hundreds of images while on the road?

This workshop will introduce to you an efficient on-site high volume, quick turnaround workflow to back up, sort, rename, edit, input metadata, and even process your raw captures. It is recommended for photographers who want to simplify their daily shoots with an effective mobile file management solution. 

Bhutan Photography Workshop: Festivals & Folklore

f11project and G Adventures proudly present:

Bhutan Photography Workshop: Festivals and Folklore

Fall 2012 Workshop Details
September 22nd – October 4th, 2012

Few regions of the world can captivate a photographer like Bhutan. Nestled in the mountains, this Himalayan Kingdom has retained much of its charm through its preservation of culture, heritage, dress and folklore.

Religious Festivals are held throughout the year, revolving around the Tibetan Calendar. This workshop is an opportunity to witness and document two local sacred festivals, plus the National Thimpu Teschu in all its grandeur. Colour, dance, and music will be on display.

This workshop is designed to be both active and fun. Both Louis Au and Paul A. Teolis will be alongside providing daily instructions to help hone technical precision and push one’s creative skills in an exotic environment that will offer multiple opportunities to focus on individual photographic themes. Digital post-production sessions will also be held to aid participants to take control of the digital capture workflow. This workshop is designed for photographers of all levels.

A fully printable 5-page itinerary on the Bhutan Photography Workshop is now available for download. Please follow the link below.
Bhutan Foto Workshop Itinerary

For more info, please visit G Adventures here.
For reserve your spot, please contact Amylee Silva by phone 416.260.0999 x 1363 or via email.

‘Workflow for Travel Photographers’ Workshop

Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, Mexico

I will be teaching a full-day ‘Workflow for Travel Photographers’ workshop on Saturday, April 14th, 2012 at Pikto in Toronto’s Distillery District. The workshop runs from 10 AM to 5 PM.

If you like more info, please visit Pikto’s site here.


Here’s the workshop description:

Digital photography presents a unique new challenge. Managing hundreds of digital files has quickly become the most daunting task facing photographers today. Whether you are on a day trip or an expedition, how do you build in redundancy for storing captured images to prevent data loss? What is an effective system to manage hundreds of images while on the road?

This workshop will introduce to you an efficient on-site high volume, quick turnaround workflow to back up, sort, rename, edit, input metadata, and even process your raw captures. It is recommended for photographers who want to simplify their daily shoots with an effective mobile file management solution.