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Image Maker Photographic Workshop now has 250 member photographers!
I am happy to announce a milestone of note. The Image Makers Photographic Workshop has just reached the 250 member mark. This is a group I have organized on Meet-Up.com for digital photographers from around New England.This meet-up group is free to join and is open to adult digital photographers of all skill levels. The goal of the group is to encourage photo enthusiasts to improve their creative talents and to build their skills as photographers. We present a program of digital photography events and workshops at the Test of Time Photography studio in Nashua NH and at locations throughout New England.
Since February 2010 we have presented over 120 events for photographers These have included photo tours to Canada, the Isle of Shoals and the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Our photo workshops are topic specific and are a mix of classroom and on location field photography sessions. The photography education program presents a range of photography interests and for all skill levels.
One of the most popular events and one of my favorite programs to host are my photo critique sessions. Once a month I get together with the photography students that attend my photo workshops and we spend a few hours going over their photography. We have a theme for each of these photography review sessions so the group can learn about a particular photo technique. As a photography educator and someone with a passion for photography, these photo critique sessions are exceptional! I can see how my photo students have taken the lessons from my photo classes and used them in their image making. It is very satisfying to see the growth in their creative photography skills and the dialogue we share is always inspiring. (Next photo critique dates are Dec. 13 and Jan. 17)
I want to express my thanks to all the photographers who have become members and I invite any other photographers to check out the group on Meet-up
Check out the photography of my 52 Photo Walk Group!
One of my goals as a photography educator is to give my photography students opportunities to practice the photography skills they learn in my workshops. The photographer tours that I present are all built around the bringing photographers to unique locations to practice different types of photography.The 52 Week Photo Walk group I have organized on Flickr is another methods I have provided to get folks out with their cameras.
We have a group of 95 photographers participating in the Photo Walk program! This group has worked hard all year and much of their beautiful image making is found on our group page.
Becoming a good photographer requires regular practice. The more you work at learning your tools, practicing your camera work the better your photography will become. Make sure you take some time to look at the photography produced by this wonderful group of photographers I hope you admire their efforts and appreciate the work they are putting into their photographic craft.
Want to learn more about becoming a better digital photographer?
Make sure you sign-up for my email list (see right sidebar for form) so you can receive notices about my photography education program and photo tips. I present photo workshops in my studio and at locations throughout New England and beyond. In 2013 I will be introducing more interactive online learning programs that you will not want to miss.
Registration is now open for the New York City Photographer Tour on President’s Day Weekend. Join Photographer Dan Splaine and NH TOURS for this 2 night , 3 day excursion from New Hampshire to New York City. Explore the city, with your camera and learn new night photography and street photo techniques. The best part is we do all the driving!
This package includes round trip bus from NH and two nights hotel in Times Square. We will spent the weekend in the heart of Manhattan , taking in the sites and making some images of the urban landscape. For complete details and registration CLICK HERE.
This photographer tour is one of a program of photography education events presented by Test of Time Photography. We offer workshops in our Nashua, NH studio and at locations throughout New England. We partner with NH TOURS for all of our travel events and destination photo workshops. For more information contact us at email@example.com or sign up for our email list (see sidebar).
RAW format is the best choice for image capture. JPEG format is the best choice for image distribution
Unsure why you should shoot RAW format images?
Don’t know how to process a RAW file on your computer?
I have the answer for you. On Thursday night (11/1) I will be presenting my RAW WORKFLOW WORKSHOP that will introduce you to the advantages for using the RAW format in your image capture. In this class we will cover the procedures and techniques you can use in your post production to use those advantages in your digital photography.
We will be primarily using Adobe Lightroom to show how to process RAW images and we will review the similar features in Adobe Bridge Camera Raw. In Lightroom we are working primarily in the Library and Develop modules and this workshop is a good introduction to this productive tool for digital photographers.
Topics include a review of digital asset management (DAM),and then will move in photo editing techniques (white balance, exposure. tonal correction, etc..). The aim is to introduce the digital photographer to a systematic approach to post-production of their RAW format captures.
RAW image conversion to the DNG format will be covered. I will explain the value of using the DNG format that has been introduced by Adobe. In my client photography I have found this a very useful option and I think it will ultimately become the industry standard for a universal RAW format. For a good explanation of the DNG format and some of the future capabilities that Lightroom will have to work in this format check out this article on CNET ” Revamped DNG format shows new Lightroom possibilities”
The RAW WORKFLOW WORKSHOP is one of a series of digital photography classes that I present. This program of photography education includes class sessions at my Nashua, NH studio and in locations throughout New England along with photography tours. The photography tours single to multi-day workshops at great locations for photography. Recent photo tours include Quebec, the Bronx Zoo, the Isle of Shoals, and the summit of Mt. Washington. On President’s Day weekend (Feb. 16-18, 2013) I will be hosting a Photography Weekend in Times Square, presented with our travel partner NH Tours. For more information on these photo workshops contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
My goal for all the people who attend one of my workshops or photo tours is to make them better photographers. They have to pick up a new skill, learn a new technique or become more confident in their creative approach in my sessions . If they don’t, I fell like I have not delivered for them with my photography education experiences.
The question then becomes how do I know my students are learning from these workshops?
The simple answer is that I have witnessed the improvements in ability during my photography critique sessions. For the last three years I have held a monthly photo critique session with the photographers who have attend my photo classes. The proof of the success of my teaching efforts is in the quality of photography they are producing .
As an educator there is genuine satisfaction in seeing how my shared knowledge is learned and embraced. Having verification of the effectiveness of my teaching methods is rewarding. What matters most is how delighted I am in seeing the growth in my photo students ability and powers of creative expression!
The photo critique sessions allow me to offer my photo students feedback on the lessons they have learned in my workshops. The value for them is that they can practice on their own and then learn by presenting those results to the group.
The dialogue and freely shared insights of the collected photographer at these monthly meetings has been a true source of inspiration and a wonderful learning experience.
For more information about these critique sessions contact me at email@example.com.
New Date Added for The Cog Railway – Mount Washington Observatory Photography Workshop
Test of Time Photography and Photographer Dan Splaine are happy to announce we have sold out the Sept. 10 session of this photography workshop and we will be adding a second date for this workshop on Sept. 11, 2012.
This one day photography workshop includes photography instruction, round trip passage on the historic Cog Railway to the Summit of Mount Washington with four hours for field photography. The workshop also includes a guided tour of the Mount Washington Observatory which is rare privilege. Access to this working weather station is restricted, and the tour will be one of the most unique features for this workshop.
This workshop presented in partnership with The Cog Railway and The Mount Washington Observatory with Test of Time Photography. Our goal is to give high quality photography education experiences in unique locations and the summit of Mount Washington could not be a better place for our photography event. This workshop will emphasize landscape photography techniques and we could not ask for a more dynamic location. The dramatic terrain , lively weather and lighting that we can encounter during this workshop is as unpredictable as exciting! The potential for creative image making makes this a truly one-of-a-kind photo learning and skill building experience.
Space is limited and registration is required to attend this workshop. For complete details and to register CLICK HERE
This photography workshop is one from the program of photography education events presented with photographer Dan Splaine. These include digital photography workshops and photographer tours held in locations throughout New England. In the last three years over 1200 photographers have attended on of the events presented by Test of Time Photography with professional photographer Dan Splaine.
Our next photography workshop is the WHITE MOUNTAIN PHOTOGRAPHY WEEKEND held on Oct. 13 and 14, 2012 at the Mountain Club on Loon in Lincoln NH. This is the third year we are holding this workshop at this great resort and location for photography. For details and registration CLICK HERE.
Ten testimonials from some of the photographers who have attended one of my recent digital photography workshop and photographer tours.
I present a program of photography education for adult photographers of all skill levels. I host my digital workshops at my studio in Nashua, NH and at locations throughout New England. The photographer tour I organize at locations in New England as well at international locations.
Listed below are some of the testimonials posted by my photography students on the website of the IMAGE MAKERS PHOTOGRAPHIC WORKSHOP meet-up group I run. These comments are much appreciated and I think they show the level of positive experience my photo workshops offer to my photography students
“It was a great class. Dan was very informative. I really enjoy his easy-going and comical personality/instruction. He makes confusing concepts very easy to understand. Perfect Boston sites for this workshop.” Izzy S.
“OMG, this was such an AWESOME Class! Dan was AWESOME! I learned so much and had so much fun! And I’m looking at my pictures now and I am SO PLEASED! They came out incredible! Thank you so much for your time and sharing your knowledge Dan!!! “ Erica M.
“A great opportunity to see Boston in a different light (pun intended!). Dan provides the foundation before letting us loose to shoot, then provides whatever amount of supervision/advice each person wants. Definitely recommend” Marian
“A lot of really awesome work to review this month! Dan’s informative comments about each participant’s individual shots are so helpful. These meetups are a great way to share knowledge and learn how-to’s from other photographers. Again, thanks Dan for putting all the time in and being so willing to share your knowledge.” Sharon R.
”I always take away at least a few new ideas from Dan’s classes and this workshop not only did that but gave me a great way to challenge myself even more with a handout that included exercises. Thanks again, Dan.” Corinne C
“Had a great day and shot some decent images. Now to work on editing. Met some new people, practiced a new technique, shot some good images, had a great lunch and got exercise. Can’t ask for more…Thanks Dan it was really great” Laurie L-B
“A very welcoming, fun, casual gathering of budding photographers,lead by a pro who graciously lends his time, studio space, knowledge and humor to the group. I’m looking forward to next month’s meeting” Linda L.
“Great weekend full of information and techniques…and the ability to go out and try these tips. It was wonderful that if we needed one-on-one assistance Dan was there to help. Thanks very much for a successful photo weekend getaway.” Christine C
“Thanks, Dan, for the well-presented workshop and accompanying worksheets. You’re great explaining all the points and oh, so patient with the queries.” Jeanne P.
“I loved the informal setting. It was very easy to ask questions and the discussions were very informative. I walked away with a better understanding of aperture, shutter speed and ISO. And also learned some valuable tips. I loved this workshop” Angela Smith
My digital photography education program for adults includes field photography, studio photography, on-location sessions involving a range of photography topics. The photo tours are held in interesting locations and events around New England. For more information contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the TEST of TIME PHOTOGRAPHY website and add yourself to my email list.
Thanks to all the photography student who attended one of my recent workshops and photo tours. A special thanks to all of you who posted sch positive comments and testimonials. I look forward to seeing you at your nest photo workshop. _ Thanks, Dan
On Sunday I held a street photography workshop during the Chinese New Year Parade festivities in Boston’s Chinatown. Sixteen photographers joined me for a day of photo education and image making. The Lion Dancers and festivities made provided a unique subject to photograph and plenty of excitement.
Street photography is one of the oldest traditions in photography. As camera technology became smaller and more mobile (Moving from large format view cameras to smaller roll film cameras) photographers turned their cameras to the realities and moments they observed around them. The aim of this workshop was to immerse the participants into the urban environment and to have them practice this type of on the fly documentary photography. Despite the cold and crowds, they were able to make some remarkable images.
Check out the results on the group Flickr page.
This workshop is one of the program of digital photography workshops and photography tours that we offer at Test of Time Photography. Our objective its to build photographer skills and creative abilities so our students can create the images they imagine. This was a fun event and a great way to start of the year.