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    • 13 Jun 2015
    • 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
    • Seaside Trolley Museum 195 Log Cabin Rd, Kennebunkport, ME 04046
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    Composing and Shooting for HDR

    Mark Stevens, M. Photog. will lead and instruct in composition and shooting for HDR processing.

    The Seashore Trolley Museum has acres of trolleys, buses, and train cars in various states of repair. From “rusted and resting” to totally restored.

    There is plenty of room to roam. Stay with Mark, split into smaller groups, or go off on your own.

    Group size will be limited to 15

    Only a downpour will cancel as there are huge garages to photograph in. Sunday 6/14 will be our rain date.

    There is an extra admission fee of $10.00 pp

    To be able to wander without a museum guide, we will need to fill out the museum's waiver of liability form.

    Tripod, shutter release, polarizing filter, water, snacks, sturdy shoes, and a camera.

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    • 14 Jun 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • 6 Wiley Place Saint Albans, VT 05478
    • 10
    Tips and Techniques of Photographing Dancers

    Tips and Techniques of Photographing Dancers on stage during a live performance, and how to photographing them in a studio setting. There will be an opportunity for attendees to photograph the dancers, so they should plan on bringing their cameras with a 24-70mm, a 70-200mm lenses, and a tripod. I will provide the lighting, the dancers, props, and a fun experience! 

    • 15 Jun 2015
    • 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    • 59 Nye Road Falmouth, MA 02540
    • 3
    Beach Portrait Photography with Amy Rader on Cape Cod

    Join Amy as she discusses special equipment needs from equipment care and safety to clever apps that really make a difference. Amy will also discuss light, lighting, light modifiers and working with the vacationing beach portrait family. Processing beach images in LightRoom. The sales session $. (includes a 1 hour lunch break, participants pay for their own meal)

    Amy Rader, has been operating her residential studio in Falmouth, MA, for the past 29 years. She knows the ins and outs of working at the unpredictable beach. Come to Cape Cod, learn, have lunch and go away with some practical knowledge.

    • 15 Jun 2015
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • 920 Reservoir Ave Cranston, RI 02910
    • 7
    Classic Portraiture Techniques

    Classic posing and lighting pattern techniques are something every portrait photographer should know.  From standing, sitting, full length and close ups, Diane will discuss the fundamentals of proper posing for both male and female subjects. She will demonstrate how body angle and head tilt with respect to the direction of the light impacts a portrait.  She will also discuss the most flattering poses for different body types and age groups.

    Diane has owned and operated a successful portrait studio for the last 30 years.  This lecture will be held in her studio and is limited to eight attendees.

    • 16 Jun 2015
    • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • 37 Grove St. Kennebunk, ME 04043
    • 6
    The Power of off Camera Flash

    Lighting HS Seniors and other Location Portraits

    High School Seniors want portraits that make them look cool, different and get them comments like “Amazing”.  So unless you can do a better job than their; Teacher, Mom, BFF or any other random person with a “nice camera” Why would they pay you real money.  The answer is, they cannot do off camera flash!!!  Period!!!

    It takes years to figure out good lighting and how it works.  Unless!!!  Unless, you have someone who can explain it simply and teach you to do it on the spot.

     No matter how good or how bad your camera is, Good Lighting won’t magically happen.  This class will start with the basics of light patterns and posing.  Natural light and up to 3 off camera flashes will be explained and demonstrated thoroughly.  Bring your ”I pad” or cell phone because I will be broadcasting every shot I take with a wireless tether.  You will see exactly how each light set up looks and each pose works, directly from the camera to your device!!!   

    • 22 Jun 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • 2911 Dixwell Ave, Suite #108, Hamden CT 06514
    • 9
    Applying Textures to Photographs

    What is a texture? We know texture when we see it, but when we refer to a "Texture" as photographic tool we mean a photograph that is placed on top of another photograph and then "blended" or adjusted to affect how it is portrayed. "Textures" can be just that, photographs of rust, peeling paint, old paper, etc., but they can also be clouds, bokeh, bubbles, water drops, wallpaper, walls, words, old letters, grass, etc. The specific texture that you pick will affect how your photograph underneath looks, but you have additional choices by changing the blending mode for that texture later. Changing the blending modes alters the way that particular texture interacts with the photograph underneath. Join Lisa Cuchara as she shows you how to edit some of your photographs to give them a different feel by applying textures to them. Textures can add a mood or a feel to an image; making the photograph softer, warmer, grungier, older, etc. In this intermediate workshop (assumes knowledge of layers and masks) Lisa will show you how to collect your own textures, how to use textures, how to remove textures from part of an image, how to remove color from a texture and change the color of the texture and how to prevent the texture from affecting of the photograph below while leaving the color. Bring your computer, with Photoshop CS6 or CC installed. Participants should have a working knowledge of basic Photoshop, and of basic layers and masking. Files and notes will be provided.
    • 12 Sep 2015
    • 9:00 AM
    • 14 Sep 2015
    • 5:00 PM
    • Radisson Hotel Nashua, NH





    Radisson Hotel Nashua

    11 Tara Boulevard

    Nashua, NH 03062


    Free continental breakfast included with overnight stay when booked under the PPANE umbrella.

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