Monday, September 15, 2014

classes and photo tours

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Email us if you do not want to sign up with Meetup and we can arrange alternative payment. 

  • Sept 20th HDR and Macro at Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum (NJ)
    • This Farmstead museum is chock full of things: kitchen, a general store, farm equipment, a barber shop, dentist and doctor paraphernalia, you name it. It has all of the details for macro and is perfect for HDR. We will meet at 9am and we have the entire place to ourselves, with tripods, for six and a half hours (previous sessions were only 3.5 hours). You are not registered for this event until we receive your payment. We will have the entire place to ourselves (no public), with tripods!
  • Sept 21st Photograph at the old Catskill Game Farm 
    • Catskill Game Farm was a zoo in Catskill, New York, U.S.A.. It closed permanently on Columbus Day 2006 after 73 years of operation. The Game Farm is still closed today." but we will be able to walk the grounds, go into the cages, walk into the Giraffe house, the Rhino house, Kodak film selling yellow stores, see the mini-golf - great place for a photo shoot, a snapshot into the past of this historic landmark. 
  • Oct 21st Night photography and light painting at the Trolley Museum 
    • We have the place all to ourselves, small group (as usual). (Branford CT)
    • Photograph inside the closed Victory Theatre in Holyoke (MA)
      • "The Victory Theatre (in stone on building, spelled "re") is a theater in Holyoke, Massachusetts. It was built in 1920 by the Goldstein Brothers Amusement Company. The architecture is in the Art Deco style and is considered the last of its type between Boston and Albany. The theater closed in 1979 and has sat derelict since then. However the Holyoke City Council, owners of the theater, have agreed to hand ownership of the theater to the non-profit Massachusetts International Festival of the Arts. The group hopes to restore and open the theater to performances in 2016."
    We have also been holding a bunch of one-on-one photo tours and post-processing workshops. Contact us if you are interested.

    Other upcoming workshops and classes
    • HDR, HDR capture, and how to set up your camera to take HDR images
    • HDR processing 
    • Textures and how to apply them
    • ACR (Adobe Camera RAW) post processing 
    • Layers and Masks
    • Get a new headshot 
    • HiJinx
    • Posing
    • Taking better family photographs
    • Taking better Holiday photographs
    • Night Holiday Lights Hubbard Park CT
    • Night Holiday Lights Longwood Gardens PA
    • HiJinx - setups galore (2015)
    • Post Processing Intensive Weekend (2015)
    • HDR and Light Painting at Carrie Steel Furnace (2015)
    • HDR at the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum (2015)
    • HDR and Macro at the Waterside Woolen Mill (2015)
    You can see what we are offering here: Sign up today (free) to get notified of new workshops are they are posted... 

    • Textures Workshop (flower setups, photograph textures, learn texture post-processing)
    • Night photography 
      • at Sleepy Hollow and Woodlawn Cemeteries
      • at Longwood Gardens
      • at Trolley Museum
      • at local parks, beaches and piers
    • HDR (and Macro) at Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum (with tripods)
    • Morovian Tile Factory (with tripods)
    • HDR  (with tripods) at Grand Central Terminal
    • HDR and Architecture inside at Gillette Castle (with tripods)
    • HDR and Architecture at the various theaters (Warner, Palace, Bushnell, Landsdowne Theater, Victory, Sterling Opera House, etc.) (with tripods)
    • Models and Architecture at the Morovian Tile Factor
    • Models at Grand Central Terminal 
    • Photo Hi-Jinx (photo setup) Workshop
    • Macro Workshops at various locations
    • Classes on using your Camera, Exposure, Manual, HDR photography, etc.
    • Classes on post-processing (emphasis on layers and masks) 
    • Classes on post-processing using plugins in Photoshop and Lightroom
    • Classes on post-processing using Lightroom (emphasis on the Library & Develop modules)
    • Project Nights -- come and work on a HDR or other photography project. We all have lots of images in our computer, these project nights are designed to get your photographs processed and for you to learn a particular post-processing skill you want to learn.

    Contact                                 for more information.
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