Designed to complement photographer Erik Almas' lecture series on image making and career building, these tutorials reveal Erik's evolution in building and marketing his award-winning body of work. Throughout the footage, Erik encourages you to commit to the journey of defining your own photographic voice, as well as philosophies and suggestions to stay inspired about shooting and promoting your photography.
Designed to complement photographer Erik Almas' lecture series on image making and career building, these tutorials reveal Erik's evolution in building and marketing his award-winning body of work.
Adobe Photoshop is a premier photo editing program. In this course targeted at photographers, students will learn about the Raw format, white balance, exposure, and color and clarity. Students will learn to work with Adobe Camera Raw, updating, resetting and setting preferences. Then Students will work with the tools within Camera Raw; working with color, cropping images, retouching the image, using filters, rotating images, working with exposure settings, creating grayscale images, managing corrections and effects, and creating image adjustments. Lastly, students will discover plugins and explore workflows.
Join Moose Peterson as he takes you through his workflow for post-processing some of his favorite historical aircraft photos. Moose takes you through the basics of how he uses Bridge, Camera Raw, and Photoshop to finish his aviation photographs, and then each subsequent lesson builds on those basics and shows you how to tackle increasingly more complicated situations.
Recorder virtuoso Erik Bosgraaf (b. 1980) was personally granted permission to arrange for recorder Boulez' (1925-2016) Dialogue de l'ombre double, originally for clarinet and electronics. ...The result is a dynamic interplay between Bosgraaf's recorder and the fascinating electronic timbres and colours. The second work on this release is a musical dialogue between Bosgraaf and electronic wizard Jorrit Tamminga (b. 1973), creating unheard-of sounds of the recorder interwoven in electronic sound tapestries.
Finding Fidel follows Durschmied as he returns to Cuba on the 50th Anniversary of the Revolution, retracing his original route to the mountains after an ailing Fidel has handed power over to his brother Raul and the island is waiting for change.