Mentorship - Creating Video Slideshows - Judson Rhodes


As photographers in the digital age, we can easily shoot hundreds of images in a single day. We bring our images home and download them into our computers and then what? We discard the bad ones and ultimately narrow down our selections to just a few that we think are the cream of the crop. Maybe we post some on Flickr or our favorite social media site or enter one or two in the Club’s monthly exhibition. We might even enter a magazine or local photography contest. And that’s wonderful. You might get some fleeting recognition if your image rises above the competition.

We often go back to the same location and we take more pictures just because that’s what we do.

And then there’s those road trips, and cruises to far-away places where we can’t stop ourselves from constantly shooting everything in front of us for fear of missing something.

And family. That’s a collection that keeps growing over a lifetime.

Now you’ve got hundreds of images in your computer and what do you do with them? Well, you can tell people how large your catalog is… 20,000, 40, 50 thousand? Very impressive, but it really doesn’t show them your total creativity.

What you might want to do is find a better way to share your work.

By using a suitable program, you can create an acceptable video slideshow in just minutes with various themes, effects and sound. It’s perfect for weddings, engagements, family photos, nature and travel photography and more.

This Mentorship session will explore some of the many slideshow options available and describe how one goes about creating a final product.

Location Dekker, Perich, and Sabatini Bldg. 7601 Jefferson NE, Suite 100, Albuquerque, NM 87109
Date Tue, March 10, 2020
Time 7:00pm-9:00pm MDT
Duration 2 hours
Priority 5-Medium
Access Public
Created by Committee Chair
Updated Tue, March 3, 2020 10:53pm GMT
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