Category Archives: Workshop

2018 Jun. 7: Service Photo Event

Service Photo is presenting an exciting event, with two exciting photographers speaking on Tuesday night June7th, and I hope that you will share it with the members of your camera club.    Full information is available by clicking a banner on our homepage – www.servicephoto.com, but even this information cannot fully explain the varied expertise & inspiration that these 2 photographers will bring.

Mike Corrado is the creator of the Nikon Ambassador program, and his presentation is all about the power & passion of photography.  Mike has worked in different capacities at Nikon USA for over 25 years, and is a really fantastic nature photographer.  He also does a great deal of photography for various charities throughout the New York area – and he’s got great examples of his work + lots of information to share about how photography can change the lives of many.    However, his favorite subject is the dynamic world of rock & roll concert photography.   His work is really different, and it is striking! Mike will discuss the cameras and lenses he chooses for the various subjects he encounters, the best camera and exposure settings to make, recognizing amazing light and many of the pro tips and techniques he has learned along the way. He’ll also share some of the behind the scenes stories, experiences and insight on many of the pictures he has made  – and those in attendance are bound to be inspired & motivated to make the best photographs possible!

Kristi Odom is an, award winning photographer who is most at home when traveling & in nature – and making lots of images along the way.  Kristi is also a motivational speaker, and one of Nikon’s newest ambassadors.  Kristi photographs weddings & events all over the world, and she captures the many emotions & personalities that make each event unique & special.  She also  photographs nature & wildlife,  teaches related workshops around the globe, and is active in several charities.  If you want to be motivated & encouraged to follow your passion, then you’ll want to see Kristi’s images and hear the inspiring stories.  http://www.kristiodomfineart.com/

Yes, Mike & Kristi are both Nikon photographers, but this event is truly for all types of photographers who use ALL brands of gear.  

  • Wedding Photographers
  • Travel Photographers
  • Nature & Wildlife Photographers 
  • Documentary Photographers   
  • This who use Nikon, Canon, Fuji, Sony, Olympus, & Others!
  • And, MUCH MORE!

This event is being held at The Notre Dame of Maryland University, Knott Hall auditorium (same place as the MD Photo Alliance Presentation in March).  More formal information is available at http://servicephoto.com/files/nikon-ambassadors-05-09-18.pdf   And, tickets can be purchased at here.

Service Photo is preparing EXCLUSIVE offers to those who attend this event, valued at up to $250 per person.  As Maryland’s ONLY specialty camera store, we’re doing whatever we can to support photographers throughout the region.  We appreciate your sharing of this event with your members, and we look forward to seeing your club members at the event!

 

Alison Harbaugh Photography Workshops

ArtFarm Annapolis offering private and group art workshops and classes, a gallery space and hosting events in the Arts District of Annapolis, Maryland.

Photography Classes for All Ages!

Alison Harbaugh, of Sugar Farm Productions, will teach you all you need to know about how to properly use your camera without the AUTO setting so that you can create your own beautiful memories. Teens and adults welcome.

Go to the Fearless Photography page for info on preteen and teen (girls only) meetups, camps and workshops.

Source: Photography

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The Best Locations in Maryland for Photography

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.

In 2016 Loaded Landscapes put together a list of the best places to photograph in each state (mostly from a landscape/nature perspective). They are looking to continually add to these pages and are hoping out members would have some suggestions for them in Maryland. Why don’t you visit the Loaded Landscapes and leave some suggestions in the comments page.

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

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2016 April 24: Rick Sammon is Coming to Baltimore!!

The Creative Photography Society

Presents

Rick Sammon
“Creative Visualization for Photographers” Siminar

Sunday, April 24, 2016
Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport
9:00am-4:30pm
Join Rick, an award winning photographer, author and lecturer
for a refreshing, fast-paced, information-packed ONE DAY seminar

Canon Explorer of Light and award-winning photographer Rick Sammon is a tireless, prolific and inspirational image-maker with nearly 40 years of experience. Rick is one of the most active photographers on the planet – dividing his time between creating images, leading photo workshops, and making personal appearances. Rick’s enthusiasm for digital imaging is contagious. The images, from his travels to more than 100 countries, have been published in numerous newspepers and magazines, and have been featured in 36 books, including the popular “Eploring the Light”, and 12 apps, including “24/7 Photo Buffet”, Rick writes the “Quick Fix” column for digital Photo Magazine.

This ONE Day seminar will include great topics such as:

  • Composition: Learn to See
  • Lightroom & Photoshop Tips
  • Black & White Photography
  • Getting Inspiration & Staying Motivated
  • Light: The Main Element
  • Landscape & Seascape Photography
  • Awaken the Artist within with Plugins
  • Speedlights & Lighting

This seminar, presented by the Creative Photography Society, will be the only Seminar given by Rick in Maryland, Pennsylvania, DC or Delaware during 2016.

$99
Limited Seating
“REGISTER TODAY” for this remarkable LEARNING OPPORTUNITY

Sponsored by
NATIONS PHOTO LAB

  • Register before January 31, 2016 and your name will automatically be entered into a drawing to win back your registration fee.
  • All attendees will receive a $25 card from Nations Photo Lab good for image printing
  • If for any reason you need to cancel prior to ten days before the seminar, a $10 cancellation fee will be assessed. There will be no refund for cancellation less than ten days before the seminar.

For more information, or to register, visit www.cpsBaltimore.com Ron Peiffer peifferr@mac.com

Source: Save the Date – Rick Sammon is Coming to Town!!

Photo Opportunity – Outer Banks Workshop (April 2016) – Osprey Photo Workshops and Tours

Outer Banks North Carolina Photo Workshop (22 – 24 April 2016)This weekend Outer Banks Photo Workshop offers a variety of photographic opportunities with visits to local light houses, beaches, inland dunes, small boat harbors, historic sites, and parks. The Outer Bank’s miles of pristine beaches and shifting dunes are some of the most beautiful in North America. Over the ocean, along the shoreline, and in the marshes, waterways, and forests, we will find photographic subjects such as pelicans, herons, shorebirds, warblers, pelagic seabirds, dolphins, and other wildlife. Potential locations to be visited include Jockey’s Ridge; Bodie and Currituck Beach lighthouses, Duck viewpoints over Currituck Sound, Wanchese Harbor; Pea Island, and Hatteras National Seashore. Photographic excursions will be mixed with image critique and discussion sessions @ the Best Western Ocean Reef Suites, Kill Devil Hills on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

Source: Outer Banks Workshop (April 2016) – Osprey Photo Workshops and Tours

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2016 Jan. 9: Baltimore’s Mount Vernon Photo Safari

Washington Photo Safari is the DC area’s leading provider of hands-on photography training classes, offering over 350 domestic and international photo safaris all year long in DC, MD and VA.

Our very own Steve Rosenbach is leading this safari which includes the Peabody Library and the  Baltimore Basilica.

Cost is $99.00.

Source: Washington Photo Safari

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2016 Jan. 10: Photo Opportunity – Center City Meet, Greet, and Shoot – Philadelphia

Center City Meet, Greet, and Shoot – Afternoon Redux

Sunday, Jan 10, 2016, 2:00 PM

City Hall
City Hall Philadelphia, PA

23 Cityscapers Attending

UPDATE: My good friend, excellent photographer, and Founding Member Carol Horton Ward has graciously volunteered to assist with this event, so we’re now able to raise the number of attendees and clear the waitlist! Please be sure to meet and thank Carol when you see her, and also check out her many fine photos athttps://www.facebook.com/carol.h.war…

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2016 Jan. 11: Workshop – Becoming a Better Photographer. Period!

Becoming a Better Photographer. Period!

Monday, Jan 11, 2016, 7:00 PM

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
801 Chase St Annapolis, MD

34 Photographers Attending

***FREE EVENT***I will be speaking at The Digital Photo Club of Annapolis about Becoming a Better PhotographerBeing a good photographer goes way beyond having capable equipment and understanding the exposure triangle. It’s way more involved than understanding F stops and exposure and all of the bells and whistles of your equipment.In this abbre…

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2016 Jan. 9: Workshop – Advanced Compositing Workshop by Denise Silva

Advanced Compositing Workshop by Denise Silva

Saturday, Jan 9, 2016, 10:00 AM

No location yet.

13 Photographers Attending

Denise Silva gave a very creative and educational presentation at our October meeting on “Blending and Textures”. In 90 minutes you can only scratch the surface on how to design and create seamless composites. So we thought this would be a great subject for our very first weekend workshop!This will be a hands on class with the assumption that you …

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Glen Echo Park: Mat Cutting Basics Workshop

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Learn to cut 4-ply window, multiple opening mats. Students will practice then cut a mat for their own 2-D art piece. Standard size mat boards will be provided (8×10,11×14, 16×20). Equipment, materials, archival procedures will be covered. This is a “hands on” workshop. Bring 2 pieces of flat art. Supply fee of $25 paid to instructor at first class. Info:kwkeating@comcast.net. Minimum age 18.
PhotoWorks

code: 16-1-06-003-0746-A / $95.00

1 Session(s)
Sat  2-5pm,  December 5

Instructor(s): Karen Keating
Location: Photoworks 

Source: Glen Echo Park Online Class Registration