Maximizing the Creative Power of Today's DSLRs
UNM Continuing Education Auditiorium
1634 University Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM
Saturday, November 10th, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
One of North America’s best-known contemporary outdoor and nature photographers and a leader in the field of digital imaging, Lepp is the author of many books and the field editor of both Digital Photo and Outdoor Photographer magazine, where his “Tech Tips” column is widely read. His work is extensively published and exhibited, and his stock photography is represented by Getty Images, Corbis, and Photo Researchers. Lepp is one of the first members of Canon USA’s Explorers of Light and Printmasters programs, featuring the industry’s most influential photographers.
The versatility of today’s DSLR has literally revolutionized outdoor photography, and this program offers a survey of the latest, greatest techniques for the subjects outdoor photographers love: wildlife, landscape, action, and macros of flowers and other tiny subjects. Whether you’re photographing nature or sports imagery, the old outdoor challenges of unpredictable lighting and moving subjects are easily overcome in the digital age. But modern photography offers so many more ingenious solutions to the limitations that once vexed film photographers! Computerized accessories and innovative software programs enable virtually unlimited depth of field, expanded tonal range, ultra-high resolution composite landscape panoramas, high-magnification, time-lapse, and HD video capture, all with a single DSLR. These creative tools are easily within reach of outdoor and nature photographers — commercial and studio photographers as well who want to expand their photographic repertoires. www.GeorgeLepp.com
This program will include:
- Capture techniques for unlimited depth of field in landscape and macro photography and assembly using Photoshop CS5, Helicon Focus and Zerene Stacker software.
- High Dynamic Range capture and processing techniques to achieve expanded tonal range and clarity for natural results and creative effects.
- How George uses the GigaPan system to capture the ultra-high-resolution composite panoramas that Canon USA displays at trade shows and expositions in sizes up to 5' by 20'.
- Capturing high-magnification images of microscopic subjects using Canon DSLRs' Live View function in combination with unlimited depth of field techniques.
- Story-telling with time-lapse and video captures, using low-cost capture accessories and simple assembly and editing software.
This workshop is sponsored by Canon USA’s Explorers of Light Programs
Pre-registration for the Seminar has ended. You may purchase tickets at the door for $20.00.