Published 2016 July “Lens Line” Newsletter

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2016 Oct. 20-22: PhotoPlus Expo

PhotoPlus International Conference + Expo is the largest photography event in North America, attended by over 21,000 professional photographers and enthusiasts.

Source: PhotoPlus International Expo + Conference Trade Show | October 19-22, 2016

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The Best Locations in Maryland for Photography – Loaded Landscapes

Despite being a smaller state Maryland has quite a bit of diversity in its landscape. Much of state is on or near the Chesapeake Bay, and the eastern state also includes beaches of the Atlantic Ocean. Maryland also has rugged mountains and flowing waterfalls, as well as fields of sunflowers.

Source: The Best Locations in Maryland for Photography – Loaded Landscapes

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Photographing Rocks State Park (Kilgore Falls) in Maryland – Loaded Landscapes

Rocks State Park in northern Maryland is just an hour’s drive outside of Baltimore, making it a great option for nature photographers living in, or visiting, the city. There are two main features in the park that will appeal to photographers. The first is Kilgore Falls, a beautiful 19-foot waterfall. The second is the King and Queen Seat, a 190-foot rock outcropping that rises about the surrounding forest.

Source: Photographing Rocks State Park (Kilgore Falls) in Maryland – Loaded Landscapes

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2016 July 9: Field Trip – Tuckahoe Steam & Gas Association Annual Show

Source: Tuckahoe Steam & Gas Association – Home

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Published 2016 June “Lens Line” Newsletter

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Free Landscape eBook by Lester Picker 

In The Photographer’s Eye: Landscapes 1, you will go behind the scenes and learn inside secrets from master photographer Les Picker. You will gain insights into the photographic process as Les explains how each of these ten, specially chosen stunning images was made, what he had to overcome to get the shot and how he tackled familiar and unique lighting challenges to bring home these highly praised photos.Chock full of incredibly helpful insights and recommendations, the e-Book also includes an interactive section where Les gives readers ten useful tips for creating evocative landscape images. Called “Ten Tips For More Dramatic Landscapes,” Les shares tips and suggestions gained from more than 40 years of successful photography.

Source: Lester Picker Fine Art Photography

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Demystifying Photoshop | Denise Silva | Road Runner Photography Tours

Demystifying Photoshop $9.99

By DENISE SILVA

Adobe Photoshop is an extremely powerful post-production tool and was developed for graphic artists, designers, illustrators, and photographers alike. What does this mean? Well, it means that Photoshop has more features than any photographer is ever likely to use for processing photographs. But it also means that this is one of the best platforms to enhance your imagery.

The ability to use Camera Raw with Layers and Masks will enable you to take your images to the next level, whether you just want to enhance a single image or composite multiple images and textures to create an entirely unique piece of art.

The goal of this book is to introduce Photoshop and its features to photographers and to demonstrate how these tools may be used from the photographer’s perspective. Throughout this book, I will use images, and screenshots to demonstrate various techniques commonly used by photographers in Photoshop.

Source: Demystifying Photoshop | Road Runner Photography Tours

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2015-2016 End of Year Banquet Slideshow

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The Digital Printing Quick Start Guide by John Paul Caponigro

The Digital Printing Quick Start GuideFind out what you need to know to make great quality digital prints quickly.Topics include media, color management, software, light and more.56 pages fully illustratedNormally a $15 value … Enjoy this ebook free for a limited time only.It’s my gift to you.

Source: Download Your Free eBook Here Now

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