A Learning Forum for the Committed Digital Photographer
April 28, 2012
Princeton, New Jersey

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Take your digital photography skills to the next level with Princeton Photo Workshop.
Increasing your proficiency in taking and processing your photos will greatly enhance your photographs, regardless of the type of camera that you use.

Let Princeton Photo Workshop’s experienced photographers give you the tools to do more with your camera and your creative eye through information and demonstrations that are helpful, relevant and practical:

• Learn how to see Lighting and how to use it effectively.
• Learn to improve Composition and go beyond the “rule of thirds.”
• Learn digital processing Workflow from capture to printing.
• Learn how to Save, Organize and Catalog photographs.
• Learn to work with Camera Raw images and Basic Editing.
• Learn how to use Layers in Adobe Photoshop.
• Learn how to Reduce Digital Noise.
• Learn about easy-to-use Software to enhance color, detail and black and white conversions.
• Learn how to sharpen, print and save images for the web and email.
• Learn the basics of High Dynamic Range (HDR) shooting and processing.

The Nassau Inn       10 Palmer Square      Princeton, New Jersey 08542
Tel: 609.921.7500
Date: Saturday, April 28, 2012
Time: 9:30am-4:30pm (sign-in at 9:00am)

Cost:  $179   Click Here to Register

Note: if you have a discount code, please enter it at checkout.
You can also email us regarding discount codes for this event.

Cancellation Policy:
Full refund with cancellation by March 31, 2012
50% refund with cancellation by April 15, 2012

Nik SoftwareDrawing for free software, provided by Nik Software, our workshop sponsor. This is the same software that will be used in some of the demonstrations.

There will also be a drawing for a signed copy of RC Concepcion’s “The HDR Book” supplied by Peachpit Press.

Princeton Photo Workshop Instructors:

Jack Reznicki (link to website)
Jack Reznicki is an internationally and highly regarded commercial photographer based in New York City. An author, columnist, and lecturer, he has written several books and many articles on photography. Jack is a past President of Professional Photographers of America (PPA) and named an Honorary Master Photographer, a “Canon Explorers of Light,” an “Epson Stylus Pro,” an X-Rite Coloratti, and a Sandisk “Photo Master.” You can also find Jack as one of the Dream Team Instructors at the NAPP Photoshop World Conventions and on Kelby Training.

A popular lecturer, Jack Reznicki is always very informative, insightful, entertainingly outspoken, and refreshingly candid. Jack will discuss in this far reaching session, his commercial and personal work and how they interact, in addition to key concepts and practical information related to lighting and composition.

Steve Dreyer (link to website)
Initially a film photographer, Steve began using digital photography when it became available to communicate his passion and vision for making images. His work, which includes landscape and portrait photography, has been selected for several juried art exhibits.

Steve regularly delivers workshops and was recently invited to deliver one in Lucerne, Switzerland in which he will conduct a field trip with attendees and work with them to enhance their photos with his digital processing techniques. Steve is honored to be selected along with other internationally known photographers such as Steve Simon and Steve McCurry to deliver a series of workshops.

In addition, Steve recently worked with popular photographer Rick Sammon to produce an eBook on travel and nature photography.

Alan Kesselhaut (link to website)
With a degree in graphic design and a life-long interest in photography, Alan set out six years ago to expand his understanding of the new techniques available to the digital photographer.

Among the digital techniques, High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photography emerged as an especially appealing method for the development of Alan’s distinctive style. He works with multiple images shot at different exposures to merge them into one image that a single exposure is unable to capture.

Alan lectures and conducts workshops around the country on HDR photography. He also writes a blog, now read in over 60 countries, to help other photographers who are interested in HDR. Alan is an active member of the Princeton Photography Club, one of the Tri-State area’s largest and most active photography clubs.

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