This is a great FREE event for photographers.
All details are available on: http://www.calumetphoto.com/SanFranCAD
FYI! The seminars are free — it's first come, first seated! And the vendor expo is free.
They will have a bunch of manufacturer reps who will be on hand and offering event-only specials. Also, Calumet products will be up to 33% off!
Here is a rundown for the Saturday schedule:
10:00 a.m. | Color Management 101 with Ray Olson, X-Rite
Covers important tools and techniques to accurately view the image on a computer display for evaluation and editing. Also explains how to reproduce color images consistently on different printing technologies.
11:30 a.m. | Beyond the 11 Secrets to Better Photography with Jon VanSteenberg, Tamron
Go behind the lens and learn a multitude of useful photographic tips and insights that will improve your picture-taking abilities. The topics include understanding light, point of view, composition, and knowing your lens in order to shoot the types of pictures. At the end of the class, you’ll know have a decision-making process in place to address these variables in every scene.
1:00 p.m. | Creative Effects with Ben Hutchinson, Lensbaby
Do you want to add a little zing and creativity to your photos, but don’t know where to start? Lensbaby makes a variety of special effects interchangeable lenses, optics and accessories designed to let you create unique images in-camera as you’re capturing the moment. Bring your camera for a chance to try the Lensbaby line and take some actual photos outside of the classroom.
2:30 p.m. | The Latest and Greatest from Phase One with Murray Elliot, Phase One
Get the inside scoop on tips and tricks for Capture One Pro software as well as new products unveiled at Photokina. You’ll also get a sneak peek of another product announced at Photo Plus! Plenty of time for Q&A.
4:00 p.m. | Capturing Video with Your HDSLR with Adam Paseman, Canon
Covers the camera's menu and different settings for shooting video including frame rate, shutter speeds, apertures and ISO. Also includes advice on how to get a more cinema look to your movies.