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Landscape photography with Lightroom and Photoshop - Speaker: Daniel Sofer

If you missed the Seattle Area Photoshop User's Group meeting on July 15th, you are in luck.  Daniel Sofer will be giving the same talk to our club.  Here is the information for the upcoming meeting:

Daniel Sofer has spent his life at the intersection of art and digital technology including music synthesizers, laser light shows, publishing, video, multimedia; and for the past dozen years, web design & photography.

Daniel has built hundreds of websites and has embraced the rapid evolution of the web as it moved from html to tables to Flash to HTML5 and now responsive design for multiple devices.

As a landscape and architecture photographer, Daniel has also exploited the synergy between design and photography; providing photography for design clients and designing websites for photographers.

He puts these two specializations together as the webmaster of  Adobe’s LA Lightroom User Group, LADIG ( and the Society for Motion Picture Still Photographers (

Daniel also teaches web design at the LA Center for Photography (formerly the Julia Dean School for Photography -

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  • Stan

    Thank you for an excellent presentation. It was helpful to me to see your ease and mastery of Lightroom, and watch you quickly and effectively adjust a variety of photos. I picked up several pointers. Your discussion of the whens and hows of HDR was instructive. It was also a pleasure to see your beautiful and wide-ranging photos, including some very recent ones of Seattle (including a few remarkable photos from Safeco Field.)

    July 26, 2014

  • Daniel S.

    Thanks for having me! See you next time.

    July 26, 2014

    • Robin S.

      Thanks for taking the time. You have beautiful photos.

      1 · July 26, 2014

  • Jann

    Is there a trick to getting into this place? Last meet up I went to there I was running late. All the doors were locked. I couldn't find a way in so missed it.

    July 24, 2014

    • Brian O.

      Jann, the main front doors are always locked after-hours. The door to the room for access after-hours is to the left while facing the main doors along the wall of windows. We try to keep it propped open because it automatically locks. If the lights are off because of the presentation one can easily assume they are in the wrong place.

      July 24, 2014

  • Robin S.

    I had the wrong weekend so I can make this after all!

    July 23, 2014

  • Robin S.

    Shoot- realized I am going camping. I hope he does this again soon.

    July 19, 2014

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