A Natural Flow of Work

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Price: $225

At Camera West In Rancho Mirage, California

Part 1: Friday, March 1st 2013 from 6:00PM to 10:00 PM
Seminar one broadens the photographer’s perspective with shooting digital and teaches basic SLR architecture and features.  Learn about raw files and their benefits, when to use auto vs. manual modes, how to create compelling compositions, lighting, and more.  Whether you’ve been shooting for awhile or new to your digital SLR, this seminar is for you.

Part 2: Saturday, March 2nd 2013 from 10:00AM to 4:30PM
Seminar two is a longer full-day seminar covering topics needed by photographers of all skill and experience levels. Discussions are based on the Adobe Lightroom platform and covered topics include: learning Lightroom and what’s new in Lightroom 4, organizing your photo library, keywording and metadata, protecting images from hard drive crashes, an
introduction to image developing, post processing, printing, and more……

Instructor: Professional nature and underwater photographer Jason Bradley.  Jason is a widely published nature photographer based in Monterey, California.  He’s been teaching concepts in photography and digital photography for over 10 years, and is an expert with digital workflow practices and techniques.  Find Jason’s work at :www.BradleyPhotographic.com

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How to Shoot a Sprinting Cheetah

Combining the resources of National Geographic and the Cincinnati Zoo, and drawing on the skills of a Hollywood action movie crew, the fastest runners on the planet were filmed and photographed with the world’s fastest video camera.

Using a Phantom camera and filming at 1200 frames per second to capture a sprinting cheetah, the team captured every nuance of the cat’s movement as it reached top speeds of 60+ miles per hour.

The extraordinary slow motion footage that follows is a compilation of multiple runs by five cheetahs during three days of filming.

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