Wednesday, April 3, 2013
When: April 4th 2013, 7:00pm (GMT)
What: This is an exclusive webinar for Photography Blog readers with Oliver Mews, Global Service Manager and Trainer at Datacolor. The webinar’s topics are: general color management, Photoshop settings and some tips and tricks on how to make sure to work with correct colors for different purposes. Get the chance to ask live questions at the end of the webinar!
Friday, August 17, 2012
Tamron has launched a new video series which profiles pro photographers as they shoot on location and present tips for viewers to capture better images. The videos are approximately 6 minutes in length and follow the photographers as they explain their approach to capturing images in their signature style.
Travel Photography Live! is a highly interactive, informative and hugely entertaining weekend at London’s Royal Geographical Society. Nick Danziger, Steve Bloom, Eamonn McCabe, Jason Hawkes, Timothy Allen, Tom Mackie and Chris Weston are just a few of the photographic ‘giants’ who’ll be sharing the secrets behind their iconic images. Tickets cost £25 for the keynote lecture evening, with Saturday or Sunday tickets costing £65 each and a Festival Pass (covering all three days) £130.
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Seim Effects “EXposed” is a new film about seeing and photographing light. Created by award-winning photographer Gavin Seim, the goal of EXposed is to teach photographers how to not only photograph light, but how to truly see it through 4 hours of educational materials about using light contained in 14 organized chapters. EXposed is available for download now for $89.
Friday, August 19, 2011
Light & Land has announced the dates for its annual ‘Discovery Day’ event. Some of the best photographers in the world will be coming together for this year’s event which takes place on Sunday 27 November at Wokefield Park, near Reading. Tickets for the whole day (including all seminars & lunch) are priced at £66.
Monday, August 1, 2011
The 42nd edition of the free PhotographyBB magazine is now available to download. This issue features photography techniques for shooting outdoors during the challenging lighting conditions associated with bright, mid-day sunlight, a special Q&A section on memory cards and a Photoshop tutorial for increasing mid-tone contrast in landscapes. “This month we look at techniques for learning to see with fresh eyes, along with the power of leveraging creativity by shooting with a friend,” says PhotographyBB’s Editor in Chief, David Seeram. You can download the magazine from the website below (requires free registration).
Friday, July 1, 2011
The 41st edition of the free PhotographyBB magazine is now available to download. This month’s edition features photography techniques for shooting brilliant fireworks photos and how to post-process them, discusses how photographers can find and create their own gallery showings, and provides techniques for creating impressionist style photography.
Monday, June 13, 2011
Escalate LIVE “Be Boutique” is a new techniques film featuring five presentations by successful, respected professional photographers, a lively panel discussion lead by Dane Sanders and intimate tours of two thriving studios. Escalate LIVE “Be Boutique” is designed to help portrait photographers center their value and brand on their distinctive talents and signature style. The DVD series can be ordered today, or downloaded, for $99.
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
X-Rite have released a video interview featuring world-renowned professional nature photographer and artist John Paul Caponigro. Mark Rezzonico, vice president X-Rite Photo Marketing, commented “To get the chance to share this exclusive video interview where John Paul shares his insights on photography and the importance of color management with the imaging community is such an honor.”
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Canon USA has announced the continuation of its exclusive on-site educational experience, Canon Live Learning. Back this year by popular demand are the EOS Immersion Seminars and Workshops and the EOS Destination Workshops, each with updated and improved content. Appearing for the first time will be a new workshop series called “Deconstructing the Story: Light, Sound, Motion & EOS HD,” aimed at professional videographers and transitioning still photographers
Monday, March 14, 2011
Michael Freeman’s international bestseller The Photographer’s Eye is now available as an iPad app. This digital version of the bestselling book features a video introduction, interactive elements including diagrams, and numerous recordings of the author. The Photographer’s Eye app is available now for $24.99.
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Guardian Masterclasses have just announced a new course on street photography that will be lead by photographers Matt Stuart and Stephen McLaren. The course will take place over 6 weeks starting on the 4 June in Kings Place, London and costs £1,500 (inclusive of VAT). Click here for more information on the course.
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Phase One has announced its first two Digital Artist Series workshops for 2011. These workshops feature high quality, low student-to-instructor ratios, all-inclusive accommodations, and the personal use of a 60.5 megapixel P65+ medium format digital camera, plus access to a range of lenses. The first Phase One Digital Artist Series workshop will be held April 3-8 in Death Valley. Instructors are Guy Mancuso, Tim Wolcott, and Jeff Schewe. Class is limited to 25 participants. Cost is $5,200.00.
Friday, February 4, 2011
Phototraining.co offers a new breed of real-world photography courses. Award-winning pros Adam Duckworth and John Owen Prices present informal, easy-to-follow courses without the jargon. Prices start at £99, and courses kick off on February 25 in London with a Dramatic Lighting course.
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Cinematographer Gale Tattersall has announced his next series of master class workshops on Canon HD DSLR cameras. The workshops will specifically focus on the high-definition (HD) video capabilities of the cameras, and their use for film production. HD DSLR Workshops also plan a series of five day field trips where students will get the chance to work closely with Gale shooting a documentary film.
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Save up to £65 on a PhotographyCourses.Biz photography course. Running until midnight January 1st 2011, the offers apply to downloadable courses, One to One courses, and continuous improvement programme of tutorial videos.
Monday, December 20, 2010
Only 15% of consumers back up their computer files on a regular basis (once a week or more). In a survey by Acronis, almost a third (29%) do not back up their files, photos and music, while a quarter (25%) state that they only back up when they remember.
Do you back-up your photos regularly? If so, what kind of system do you have in place? Let us know in the Comments.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
The 32nd edition of the downloadable PhotographyBB Online Magazine is now available. The month’s edition examines the origins of noise in digital images and how best to minimize the effects of digital noise. This release also explores lighting techniques for product photography using a single light source, travel photography tips for protecting both the photographer and equipment, and a look at how photographers can make use of YouTube for learning, networking, and self-promotion.
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
The 30th edition of the PhotographyBB Online Magazine has just been released. Editor in Chief, Dave Seeram, commented “We’ve got another superb issue filled with photography tips for the nature photographer, a thought provoking look at where digital art sits in the world of ‘art’, and a tutorial on how photographers can make use of some cool Facebook automation features to better share their photos with the world.” PhotographyBB Online Magazine is a free publication with the goal of educating beginner to intermediate level photographers.
Friday, July 9, 2010
Thames Valley Photo Workshops offers photo training for all photographers. The ten week Foundation and Professional courses will be launched at a welcome evening on September 2nd at 6.30pm at the Images By Kevin studio at the Lamb Arcade, Wallingford, Oxfordshire. The Thames Valley Photo Workshops marry a range of digital capture and post-production techniques with contextual studies and professional practice.