Events in February 2018
Managing Photo Libraries with Lightroom
Managing Photo Libraries with LightroomCarr-Gottstein Hall, Classroom 221, Alaska Pacific UniversityAnchorage, AK
Importing and organizing photos in Lightroom can be confusing and frustrating for beginners. Mastering Lightroom's catalog system is essential to avoid multiple catalogs, duplicate or misplaced images, or worse. This new workshop shows you how to effectively manage your digital assets in Lightroom and streamline your workflow.
Topics covered include:
- digital asset management overview
- organizing in folders
- collections/collection sets
- rating, sorting, and searching photos
- templates and presets
- importing and exporting catalogs
- backup strategies
You need a laptop computer with Lightroom 6/CC installed. Bring a camera with 25 or more RAW images on a memory card. A USB cable to connect the camera to the computer or a card reader are required. Don't forget your computer's power cord and an extension cord/power strip (if possible).
$179 (workshop limited to 15)
Carr-Gottstein Hall, Classroom 221
Alaska Pacific University
February 3, 2018
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Think Outside the Camera
Think Outside the CameraAnchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center121 West 7th AvenueAnchorage, Alaska 99501United States9072444079
Michael DeYoung presents Think Outside the Camera
Get the inside scoop on what makes attention-grabbing and saleable imagery beyond proper camera settings. Join long-time Alaska pro and award-winning outdoor photographer, Michael DeYoung, as he shares the creative process and effort behind some of his successful commercial images from the past two decades. Michael will showcase a selection of landscape, adventure, and wildlife images taking you behind the scenes of how they were made. Michael will also discuss: what photo buyers look for, how listening to industry experts shaped his vision, tips and techniques on how to find inspiration, generate ideas, avoiding creative pitfalls, and the importance of personal style and being unique in a world saturated with images.
Michael DeYoung is an adventure and landscape photographer and workshop leader who has spent decades photographing Alaska, both producing commercial stock imagery and on assignment for the tourism industry. Michael has taught the Business of Outdoor Photography, a week-long workshop for the Rocky Mountain School of Photography for the past 7 years. He also leads workshops and private tours on his own and for Arizona Highways. Learn more at: michaeldeyoung.com or deyoungphotoworkshops.com.
Night Photography - Photographing the City at Night
Night Photography - Photographing the City at NightAnchorage, AK
Learn to Photograph Fireworks, Carnival Lights and More
Fee: $250 (plus a $25 lab fee, paid separate at the time of the class), February (Thu)15, (Fri)16, (Sat)17, (Fri)23, (Sat)24, 2018
This 2 week, 5 night course covers setting up your camera for night photography, the type and use of camera equipment needed to create great nighttime photos, and tips on composing dynamic pictures. Get practical techniques for capturing fireworks, cityscapes, and artificially lit ice sculptures. Learn to paint with light and create action blur effects.
This class coincides with Fur Rondy, providing opportunities to photograph fireworks, and lights of the winter carnival. We'll also work with live fire dancers at various locations
For more info, contact Hal Gage.
Board of Directors Meeting
Board of Directors MeetingBP Energy Center900 E. Benson Blvd.Anchorage, AK 99519