The Societies' Newsletter - 26.07.12
helping photographers create the right image...
latest issue of Professional Imagemaker is now available.
Jerry Ghionis - Man on a Mission.
The Prop Box - Shane Miller.
The Creation of an Image - Dave Wall.
Photoshop CS6 Set-up - Jane Conner-ziser.
Talking Heads - Andy Cubin.
Secrets to Success on Location - Craig Minielly.
Fifty Shades of Grey - John Baikie.
Time Passes By - Paul Gallagher.
The Genius of Simplicity - Sergio Muscat.
Nikon D4 & D800 - Are they game changers?
Tom Lee - The Scifi of Eye-fi.
Sigma 500-150 f2.8 Test.
Fine Tuning your Monochrome Output in ABW.
Richard Walton on being a photographer.
Professional Imagemaker is distributed to members of The Societies and is published 6 times a year.
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BLACK AND WHITE SPIDER AWARDS HONORS RUBEN BUHAGIAR FROM MALTA
INSIGHT A MALTA INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR
Nikon announces development of FMount 800mm supertelephoto lens
Nikon Celebrates 20 Years as Patron of The Open Championship
APO Macro 180mm F28 EX APO DG OS HSM Telephoto macro lens with a fast aperture and Optical Stabilisation
F28 EX DN and 30mm F28 EX DN now available in the UK
Kenro prepares for photokina 2012
Location Seminars Confirmed
For the full details on each location seminar, please see the Convention website:
Remember to use the hashtag #Societies2013 when mentioning the Convention on Twitter.
Congratulations to Successful Qualifications Submissions
Victoria Hendrick LSWPP successful submission
Andrew Warren LSWPP successful submission
Andy Cross LSWPP successful submission
Shane Cox LSWPP successful submission
Melanie Horne LSISLP successful submission
These seminars are arranged as a benefit to you and will
definitely help you run your business better. Practicing photographers are
happy to share their knowledge and experience to assist you with the
complexities of digital imaging and running a photographic business.
The added bonus of coming along to a seminar is that you will
network with fellow photographers in your area, 'who knows' when you may
need to rely upon someone in your patch for support.
|Minimalist Lighting -
Professional Techniques for Studio
Working from the studio used to be a complicated and expensive task requiring great skill and extensive equipment to ensure that the imagery was as effective as location photography. Now a more minimalist approach is not only possible, but preferable thanks to developments in camera and lighting technologies. Minimalist Lighting explores how this shift can be exploited with less complexity and a smaller budget, which offers the reader more flexibility than ever before to create varied, sophisticated imagery from their studios.
Photographing Jewish Weddings
A guide to the culture and traditions of Jewish wedding photography that allows readers to extend their business to the jewish market, but providing real insight and useful information on the different ceremonies from the completely secular to the extremely orthadox. Timeslines and schedules are discussed with useful, informative case-studies alonsdie advice of must-have images and advice on how to photograph the couple before and after the Chuppah.
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