Hey everybody – RC here. First off, I wanted to thank Scott for the opportunity to jump in here real quick and tell you about something that I am really pumped about. This September 14-19 2014, I will be joining the legendary Joe McNally once again at the Anse Chastanet / Jade Mountain resort for a Workshop in Paradise. This is my third time teaching the workshop with Joe and I feel like every year there are new things to find and explore- not just in the beauty of St. Lucia, but in the techniques we use as photographers.
This is a 5 day workshop intensive that covers a ton of things for the emerging photographer. From advanced speedlighting techniques in the jungle, to one light cover model assignments. In depth critiques to the best workflow and post processing techniques. We even go into the worlds of post production, video, and HDR .
The classes are small. These classes work you hard. You also relax and play hard in one of the most beautiful places i’ve ever seen.
One of the things i’ve been really in love with is how tight the group gets towards the end of the workshop. By working really hard in small groups – you’re guaranteed to come out with a killer set of techniques.. some great memories.. and some good friendships. These are some stills from the actual workshop.
I could go on and on about this.. but I sure wish you guys join us. Click on this link to be taken to the page where you can get more of whats in store on a day to day basis. It will also take you to the Eventbrite page for registration to the Workshop.
A Slideshow Tutorial for Photoshop
This brings me to our tutorial. One of the things that we talk about in the workshop is the ability to use Photoshop for making quick videos. Its no Premiere – but it can really make something cool with some creative thinking. One of the other things that it can be used for is the creation of slideshows. While I dont mind the slideshows that Lightroom does, I dont think it offers a great amount of customizing in terms of the timing of the slideshow. I’d rather do this by hand, and Photoshop makes it pretty easy to do so. I figured i’d share how to do that right here.
Thanks for stopping by! I hope you have a great weekend!