9.13

11:15AM

program

During this event, we are offering a multitude of Free Workshops, Lectures, Demos and Photowalks!

 

These events are all first come, first seated, no registration is required! 

1:15PM

9.13

Hahnemühle Presents: The Print – A Thing To Do and An Object to Admire

The passage of time has provided an enlightened perspective that has raised the status and significance of the printed image. The tangible value of the print resonates with meaning, emotion and truth. This interest extends to printing and paper choice.

Please join the discussion about the importance of prints, from both emotional and data driven points of view. Veronica Cotter, with Hahnemühle USA, will be on hand to help lead the discussion, starting with the importance of paper and its aesthetic connection to the image. Participants are encouraged to bring an example that demonstrates the power of the print. From family snapshots to iconic images, all are equal in their impact on our psyche.

LOCATION: GLAZER'S CLASSROOM

3:15PM

9.13

Sigma Presents: Lens 101: A Primer on Optics

Have you ever wondered what sets one lens apart from another or why there are so many different lenses to choose from? Join Sigma technical specialist Aaron Norberg for an introductory course on the fundamentals of imaging optics to learn all about lenses. In this presentation we’ll discuss the basic differences in focal lengths, compare the benefits of prime and zoom lenses, and lay out some of the considerations made in optical design as well as how Sigma approaches bringing our lineup to market. You’ll walk away knowing how to navigate through the broad range of lens options to pick the right one for you and how to put focal length and aperture to creative use in your own endeavors.

LOCATION: GLAZER'S CLASSROOM

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11:15AM

Westcott Presents: Top 5 Wedding Photography Lighting Tools

Wedding photography is challenging! It requires you to be on-the-move constantly, capturing as many moments as possible without actually getting in the way of those moments.

One of the most effective ways of impressing your clients is by capturing wedding shots with impeccable lighting. However, these fast-paced environments make using lighting equipment pretty darn difficult. So for professional wedding photographers, nothing is more exciting than finding gear that not only helps creates amazing images, but is also quick and compact.

Bryan from Westcott will feature 5 awesome lighting tools that can help you capture fabulous wedding photos!

LOCATION: GLAZER'S CLASSROOM

09:15AM

9.14

Moab Presents: DIY Fine Art Printing: Learn to Love Your Printer and Understand ICC Profiles for the Best Prints Possible

Many photographers look back with nostalgia to the process of printing film negatives in the wet darkroom. In this interesting and compelling lecture and demo, Evan Parker will reveal how to bring that love of process and technique into today’s digital darkroom. He will share how printing with archival inks on a variety of substrates can be creative extensions of your photographic work that can open doors to new ways of realizing projects. He’ll discuss creative aspects of printing workflow, and how these play into creating terrific prints. He will also simplify the printing process with things you can do in your studio to help color accuracy, accurate image reproduction, and more. This will be an interactive and hands-on workshop: participants are encouraged to bring a digital file to print during the session. We’ll tackle your printing questions, and leave you confident in the printing process.

LOCATION: GLAZER'S CLASSROOM

9.13

2:15PM

Color can affect the mood and story of an image. Adding some color can create a more dynamic portrait as well. In this demo, Kate will chat a bit on color theory and demo some of the current, continuous light tools, on the market today. This will be an interactive demo, so come prepared to capture some images and have fun!

LOCATION: GLAZER'S CLASSROOM

Dramatic Portraits with Color with Kate Hailey

10:15AM

9.14

Sure your clients love your natural light look - but can you deliver it even if the sun isn’t shining that day?

Learn easy setups and the first steps to adding off camera flash to your natural light portfolio. It doesn't have to be as hard as it looks and it can help you create a natural light look when it’s not golden hour and incredible photos in less-than-ideal lighting situations. Learn with Vanessa while she shows you how she eased into using OCF consistently for her natural light style portfolio, gives you tips and tricks to using it quickly and effectively and prepares you for using it yourself in the field.

Profoto Presents: How to Make Off-Camera Flash Look like Natural Light with Vanessa Joy

LOCATION: GLAZER'S CLASSROOM

9.14

11:30AM

Fujifilm Presents: Tips & Tricks for Your Fujifilm X Series Camera

New to the Fujifilm X Series Camera System? Curious about getting the most of your Fujifilm X Series camera? Ready to customize your camera to your needs? Seattle based Portrait and Travel Photographer, Kate Hailey, will share some of her fave settings, essential tools in the menus, lens recommendations and much more!!

 

Bring your camera and questions!

LOCATION: GLAZER'S CLASSROOM

9.14

1:00PM

Profoto Presents: Lighting on Location, a Photowalk with Vanessa Joy

Following up her morning lecture, join Vanessa Joy on location... shoot alongside Vanessa as she demos all she's taught in applicable scenarios going more in-depth on how to set up lighting shots, get the exposure, adjust for imperfections, play with coloring and much more. Bring your favorite camera and lenses. By the end of this workshop, you'll have the confidence you need to start implementing off camera flash into your shooting repertoire with ease.

Attendees will learn:
How to quickly set up off-camera-flash shots on location, What light modifiers you need to get the look you want and still be portable, Tips on creating golden hour anytime of the day

LOCATION: PHOTOWALK, MEET IN FRONT OF GLAZER'S!

9.14

1:30PM

Nikon Presents: Building a Better Landscape

Have you ever wondered “How do you turn a scenic snapshot into a breath-taking Landscape photograph?” If so, this is the class you need! We will discover some of the best tips and shooting tricks for creating great Landscape images. We will take a closer look at both the traditional and not so traditional gear choices and techniques we can use to improve out photographs. In short, this seminar will get you ready to make stunning photographs of your next great adventure!

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Photo by Kate Hailey

LOCATION: GLAZER'S CLASSROOM

9.14

3:30PM

Did you know you can customize your Sony camera’s operations and button layout? Ever wonder what HDR, Eye-AF and silent shooting are? Learn all about these and understand the advantage of Sony’s E-mount lens system. Discover how to navigate your menu & functions like a power-user too! Sony Technical Representiive, Hector A. Parayuelos, will share all of this and more in this jam packed session!

Sony Tips and Tricks

LOCATION: GLAZER'S CLASSROOM

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9.14

12:30PM

Do you have issue with your wireless units? Wish you knew how to operate them correctly? Don’t know how to place the microphone in the proper position? Come to this class to get all your questions answered.

This will be a hands-on class where you will learn about audio and it will be fun to upgrade your skill level for your next project. Things discussed will be wireless Lavaliers, boom poles, wireless shotguns, dB, etc. This class is not offered very often, please come by and get some swag and first class instruction about wireless audio.

LOCATION: GLAZER'S CLASSROOM

RODE Presents: Wireless Audio – How to Perfect It

SATURDAY

9.14

2:30PM

Olympus Presents: Macro Rules and How to Break Them

Join us for a short introduction to the basic rules of Macro photography. Mishalla will give you a basic primer on the world of up close photography, and then tips on tricks on how to achieve the best depth of field, what lenses work best, and how to get creative with your lighting. The class will wrap up with some DIY tips and photo hacks to create creative and unique macro images. Know the rules of close focus photography, and then creatively break them! 

LOCATION: GLAZER'S CLASSROOM

SATURDAY

9.14

4:00PM

Essential Portrait Techniques with Kate Hailey

In this hands-on workshop, Kate will show you her go to portrait techniques: On Light, Posing, Location/Background and getting the most out of using a reflector in the field.

What to bring:
Bring your camera
Fave portrait lens (Kate prefers 50 - 85mm prime lenses)
Memory card and your curious spirit!

LOCATION: PHOTOWALK, MEET IN FRONT OF GLAZER'S!

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