Gabriel Biderman: A Daydreamers Guide to Photographing our National Parks at Night
Over 300 million people visit our National Parks during the day, but a tiny fraction stay up to capture the variety of night environments that can be found in our national treasures!
Jeremy Cowart: I’m Possible
Watch as Jeremy shares his life story of jumping into fear and discovering a life of purpose.
Named the “Most Influential Photographer on the Internet” by Huffington Post in 2014, Jeremy Cowart is a photographer, artist, and entrepreneur.
Jerry Metellus: Let’s talk pics. Let’s pic and talk!
Anyone with a passion for ‘people’ photography can enjoy this share. Attendants will learn how to set up, light and direct a person in a studio environment.
Gabriel Biderman: Beyond the Milky Way- Exploring the Many Ways to Seize the Night!
National Parks at Night’s cofounder Gabriel Biderman will share his passion on how to photograph the Milky Way as well as the many ways we can Seize the Night under a variety of nocturnal environments.
Jerry Metellus: The Eternity of One Millisecond.
I’m speaking to the curious or discriminative photographer of any level, looking to acquire new techniques on how to capture the spontaneous moment where the magic happens.
Andy Stenz & Jasmine Abbey: Two heads can be better than one (if they don’t butt)
What does it take to be a successful primary or second photographer? How do you go about finding and training someone to shoot for you?
Nick Kawakami: Photography From a Realtor’s Point of View
Nick Kawakami, a licensed real estate agent and professional photographer, showcases how to transform ordinary listings into extraordinary presentations. See his point of view as a Realtor and Photographer.
Kolby Akamu Moser: Filmmaking and Photography: Build a successful business without burning out.
After 11 years of building a business around weddings and events, Kolby has learned a lot of valuable lessons and she’s excited to share them with you. Practical strategies for creating moving ﬁlms, do’s/don’t’s from the ﬁeld, how to build a team that supports your goals, and more.
James Lucarelli & Brad Watanabe: Stills Photographer Intro to Video
With the advent of digital cinematography and 6-8K cameras that can now capture magazine quality stills, many photographers are beginning to explore the possibilities of motion capture.
Elyse Bojorquez : Printing Your Best Images Off Your Camera, Into Your Life.
This workshop is for anyone who has taken pictures for personal or business. Pictures Plus can help make it easy to get pictures printed easily and affordably. We want to go over our standard on how we print and our technical system.
Brad Watanabe: Turn your passion into your profession
Technology has unlocked opportunities for people to be more creative than ever before in history… but there is a huge cavern stopping creators from leaping into the profession of making art.
David Murphey: Food Photography – fast, easy and cheap!
Want to take better food photos but don’t know where to start? Attend this fast-pace, information packed class that will instantly change the way you photograph food.
John Hook: Funtography – you don’t have to be great if you’re having fun.
Get stoked to take pictures! We’ll talk about fun and easy ways to experiment with photography. Why is shooting film vs digital even a thing, lets discuss. This workshop is for the hobbyist who is looking for a few more ideas for a fun photo project.
Ryan Moss: Basics of Video Editing
I will take you through the basics of video editing and show you my workflow to help you start your next project more smoothly.
This workshop is for anyone looking to make a splash in video production. Editing is a key part of any production and having solid, basic foundations is a must.
Anthony Consillio: The Who, What, When and Why of Street Photography
Street photography is a genre in which there is no right or wrong way of doing things, from snapping quick portraits of strangers to camping out, til someone interesting walks by. Everyone has their own idea as to what they want to capture and how to achieve it.
Tahiti Huetter: Cultivating Content Through Connection
If you want to learn the immense value of cultivating connections and relationships in the industry in order to create meaningful work, this workshop is for you. The key takeaways are what it means to build relationships and how to advance your career in your industry.
Justin Katz : Phase One, CaptureOne Workshops- Basic
Top 10 reasons Capture One* Is Right for You!
In this seminar, learn how to get started with Capture One in a few simple steps and see why makes it a great choice to pair with your camera.
Justin Katz: Phase One, Capture One Deep Dive – Using advanced features to save time and improve your output
NB – This class an Advanced Class requires you already have a basic understanding of Capture One.
In this class we will concentrate on three techniques to bring your images to the next level.
Jody MacDonald: Adventure and Travel Photography / How to make your images stand out
Adventure photography is a powerful way to experience the outdoors. Learn how to see and create photographs that not only reveal the beauty of the outdoors but also tell the story of your outdoor adventures in a unique way.
Scott Robert Lim: The Constant Light Advantage
Mark Arbeit: Around the World as an Editorial Photographer
If you’re interested in how magazine photography works, learn what it means to be an editorial photographer. I’d like to share my experiences of shooting fashion photography on location for magazines around the world.
James Lucarelli & Brad Watanabe: Why 8K? Why Not! Introduction to Shooting on RED DSMC2 Cameras
In this class we will go over the critical steps for setting up the filmmaking process with a RED. We’ll walk you through basic prep principles and how accessories integrate with the modular design.
Ryan Moss: Adventure Photography/Story Telling
Ryan will help take your outdoor photography to the next level. Whether you are a complete novice or published outdoor photographer, He will help you realize that taking the next step and achieving your goals is not as far out of reach as you may think.
Terrica Carrington: Copyright Basics for Photographers
Join the Copyright Alliance for a presentation that will focus on the basics of copyright law, including the types of works that are protected by copyright, what rights are available to photographers, exceptions to those rights, tips for protecting your work, and an overview of common copyright misperceptions.
Jon Lorentz: Canon: Canon: Models & Natural Light, Photo Walk
It’s easy to get caught up in the plethora of lighting options available to a photographer this day and age, but one source remains true—the sun.
Stephen Burns: Dynamic Video Integration In Photoshop
Did you know that Photoshop can read, edit and preview video files? Then you might be interested to seeing how you can creatively use your video recordings to create motion dynamic scenes right in Photoshop.
Stephen Burns: Mastering Layers From A Photo Artist’s Point of View
Stephen Burns will share creative insight to using layers in a way that will help you express yourself more completely as an artist.