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RTJ Images Glamor Workshop

March 22nd, 2017 No comments

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Black Stallion Studio and Sly House Studio presents RTJ Glamor Workshop with Rick Trottier featuring model Chrissy Victoria. Hosted at the Sly Horse Studio In Rockville, MD. Sly Horse Studio is a stylish modern studio with a variety of backgrounds. Lighting tutorials will be available. 

Where: Sly Horse Studio –

When: Arpil 23, 2017
             Workshop 1 – 10am to 1pm
             Workshop 2 – 2pm to 5pm

This event is $150 per participant with a limited number of spaces available. RSVP to SlyHorseStudio@Gmail.com or call Kevin (202-538-7963)

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Blogging For Photographers: WordPress Tips and Tricks to Improve SEO and Save Time

March 8th, 2017 No comments

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Blogging, while sometimes tedious, can become one of the most powerful marketing tools for a photographer. Join Photographer and Web Designer, Kira Derryberry, CPP, Cr. for a free webinar just for PPA members. You’ll learn how to use your blog to drive traffic to your website by increasing your SEO while you write! After this course you will start thinking of your blog as less of a chore and more of the powerful asset that it can be!

To participate in this webinar you must be a member of PPA. Not a member? Don’t fret sign up HERE! View the webinar HERE.

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RMSP Weekend Intensive

March 1st, 2017 No comments

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Join us in Leesburg, March 25 – 26, 2017, and you will learn more than you ever thought possible … in just two days!

 

This Weekend Intensive is designed to strip away all the fluff, and get down to what actually matters when you enroll in a photo course: Becoming a better photographer!

To ensure that you return home on Sunday with skills you can begin to use immediately, your Weekend Intensive learning experience will teach you how to achieve perfect exposure in a variety of situations, how to read and understand your histogram, how to create effective compositions, which lenses are right for different subjects, how to use negative space when composing an image … just to name a few!

Here’s how it works:

After an all-group introduction session on Saturday morning, you decide which track is right for you – Basic or Intermediate – for the first small group session of the weekend. Based on your level of experience and current knowledge base, you will either learn the building blocks of photography or more advanced concepts.

From there, the large group reunites with both instructors to expand upon the morning session with two afternoon sessions on Saturday and one on Sunday morning, covering topics that are applicable to all photographers regardless of skill level.

Breaking into small groups once again, session 5 on Sunday morning allows you to delve deeper into a genre of photography that interests you the most: People or Landscape photography. To cap things off, the group critique session ties together all the topics learned throughout the weekend by giving you the opportunity to see and hear what two professional photographers have to say about one of your images, and offer suggestions on how you might improve.

To receive a $10 discount on your tuition,
use code BHWKND2017 when registering.

Register HERE

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Sunday Open Studio – February 12th

February 10th, 2017 Comments off

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Join APA this Sunday, Feb. 12th from 11am-5pm for an in-depth exploration of the many different looks you can accomplish with just one strobe head.

Please bring any equipment you would like to experiment with. This event is intended to go beyond the demo though, onsite demonstrations will kick off the event.

 

HOIST is a boutique studio in Fairfax VA that caters to creative professionals who appreciate high production capability and great value.
The Host, Carlton Wolfe is a DC-based editorial and commercial photographer who loves to experiment with (and talk about) the process and technique of creating interesting and expressive visuals in-camera. Check out some of his experiments on Instagram (@carltonwolfe) and search #apadc_sos_feb2017 for examples of images made in-camera with only one strobe and no other natural or ambient light.

You can get your tickets HERE

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Capture One Training – January 28th

January 26th, 2017 Comments off

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If you are currently not a member of APA and you join at any level between today and 1/27/17 you will be eligible to purchase your C1 Training ticket for $99.00!
Tickets
Pro and Leader APA Members $99
All APA Members $125
General Public $150

Where: RENÉE COMET’S Studio
2141 Wisconsin Ave I, NW
Washington, DC 20007
When: Saturday January 28th, 2017
9:00am- 3:00pm
Details at APADC.COM
Tickets HERE

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Capture One Training

December 14th, 2016 Comments off

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SAVE THE DATE!

Capture One Training!

Saturday January 28th, 2017

APA is excited to announce that they will be offering a one-day training class on Capture One.  Only 15 spots will be available to allow for hands on experience for all attendees, so please reserve tickets as early as possible

Tickets go on sale:

Friday December 16th for Pro and Leader APA Members $99

Friday December 30th for All APA Members $125

Friday January 6th for General Public $150

Where: RENÉE COMET’S Studio

2141 Wisconsin Ave I, NW

Washington, DC 20007

When: Saturday January 28th, 2017

9:00am- 3:00pm

Stay tuned for more info! Details at APADC.COM

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Beyond the Fundamentals: Composition and The Digital Darkroom

November 15th, 2016 Comments off

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The class will revolve around taking your photography to the next level. How do you become a “better” photographer? What kinds of gear will help your imagery? Students will also learn how composition affects the viewer. In addition, there will be a hands on section that each student will give you the opportunity to use their camera.

The second part of the class will focus on The Digital Darkroom. What are the differences between jpg and raw files? What are the benefits of shooting raw files? And how do we process raw files. Adobe Elements will be briefly talked about as well as Adobe Lightroom.
In addition we will look at two tools for when we take quick shots with our phone; that is Snapseed and The Photographer’s Ephemeris

For questions regarding class content contact:
Info@torrenzanophotography.com

Location:

Ace Photo
44710 Cape Court Suite 122
Ashburn, VA 20147

 

Price $49.00 + handling fee

3 Hour Class – 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Wednesday November 16th

Click Here to Register

 

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Advertising Week 2016 – October 15-21st

October 10th, 2016 Comments off

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American Advertising Federation, Washington, DC Presents Advertising Week 2016

APA|DC is thrilled to be a partnering organization for AAF-DC’s Advertising Week 2016. APA|DC members get a 15% discount on ADWKDC registration and additionally will have a presence during the weekend conference.

So, why jump at the chance at being a partner? This yearly event that brings together the best of DC’s advertising agencies, along with notable creatives and thinkers from all over the country. If you’re shooting advertising and commercial work, this is the week to rub elbows with industry professionals and sit in on programs that will kick your creative and business mind into overdrive. Meet agency creatives from Brink, IBM, Merritt Group, Ogilvy, Wunderman and many more. Learn to think like your clients, contribute ideas, and be an active participant in DC’s active and growing advertising and design community.

Just some of the many sessions include:

 

and of course the Thursday/Friday conference is where you can learn about everything from virtual reality and successful entrepreneurship to creative thinking, overcoming writer’s block, and rebranding yourself.

Full session list HERE.

Invest in your career and your creative community, sessions start at $34.

 

Register

 

Email the director, Erika or visit the APA|DC Members Only Facebook group for our 15% discount code.

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Archiving Digital Photography Workshop

October 10th, 2016 Comments off

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Using examples from the extensive analog collections of the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., as well as more recent digital accessions, this workshop will offer tips on how to organize your digital photography files; best practices for digital storage; and strategies for compiling the documentation necessary to make your contemporary photography work a possible resource for your descendants, future historians, and repositories such as the Historical Society.

Advance registration and ticket purchase recommended. Onsite registration is subject to availability.

 

Date and Time:

Sat, October 15, 2016

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

 

Location:

The George Washington University Museum / The Textile Museum

701 21st St NW

B-1 level classroom

Washington, DC 20052

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