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Bones, Books & Bell Jars: Photographing the Collection of the Mutter Museum

Bones Books & Bell Jars, a new photography book by fine art photographer Andrea Baldeck, offers a contemporary fusion of art and medicine, recalling an era when artists and physicians collaborated to educate aspiring medical students and share information with other medical practitioners.

Relax, It's Only Garden Photography

This ninety-minute lecture utilizes photos to illustrate basic and advanced techniques of garden photography, including camera functions (depth of field and shutter speed, interplay of ISO, digital camera basics, and file formats) in easy-to-understand concepts, and then applies them to the unique challenges of photographing a garden.

An Introduction to Macro Photography

From backyards to city streets, to the National Parks, macro photography allows you to become delightfully lost in the intimate details of our world. Join professional landscape photographer and author Tim Cooper as he introduces you to the fascinating world of macro photography.

iPhonography: Innovation in Documentary Storytelling

An award-winning photojournalist, Benjamin Lowy has embraced new technology and media to promote stories. Lowy discusses his work in conflict zones and the U.S. He was one of the first photojournalists to use social media platforms to publish imagery and is outspoken about its potential as a non-traditional venue for journalism.

Journeying Further with Your Travel Photography

Following the popular “Travel Photography that Creates Lasting Impressions,” Luke Ballard, from Remember Forever, will take you on a day in the life as he presents “Journeying Further with Your Travel Photography.”

Lens Explorations: The Art of Creative Seeing & Lighting

Imagining scenes differently, then making compelling photographs of them, is always the goal of creative lens selection and lighting. Lenses are the light benders that paint the sensor with the photographer’s vision. This course by Sigma Pro, Dynalite VIP, and commercial photographer Kevin Ames shows his explorations of lenses and light in traditionally “wrong” situations…

Everything in Photography is a Compromise

Photographers are creating more and more images. Managing your archive so that all your images are secure and easily located is essential to your success. There are tools that can be of great benefit to the photographer/videographer but, on the other hand, many creatives can find this part of a workflow daunting.

Direct to Lens Imaging: Flextight Scanners

Your scanned image is only as good as the scanner you use to scan it. That is why Flextight scanners are considered to be the Gold Standard among professionals. It is the scanner we all aspire to own. This will be a two hour presentation, discussing the technology associated to the Flextight scanners, general and specific scanning workflow, using Hasselblad FlexColor software.

Minestrone: Street Photography and So Much More

If you are lucky enough (and talented enough) to have a long career in photography, over time your work takes you down many roads, and Mel DiGiacomo is one of those photographers. Whether he is shooting the US Open or a wedding, on assignment for top magazines, or doing self-assignments on the street, Mel is one hard-working photographer.

Hasselblad: The H5D Explained

There is a reason why, when NASA needed to send cameras to the moon, they sent Hasselblads. Hasselblad cameras are considered to be the Rolls Royce of cameras; they are beautiful, precision instruments. You, the photographer, need to bring the vision—but if you have that vision, a Hasselblad will help you bring it to life.


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