Presented by: NYC Digital Photography Workshops
Hosted by: Adorama
Not all photographers work in a studio environment. Many photographers tend to work in the field, which can be a more challenging environment to pull together a photo shoot, be it portrait, fashion, landscape or any other type of outdoor photography.
This workshop is designed for photographers on the go. If you work in the field, you will learn strategies for editing, backup and workflow as well as tools for shooting in the field.
In this workshop, we will cover:
• Tour of some of the tools available for previewing your work using a MacBook laptop;
• Options that speed up file transfer and editing;
• An overview of tools designed to ensure your data has been successfully copied and backed up across multiple sources;
• Look at a few of the hardware options which allow you to tailor your shooting workflow while on the go;
• A quick comparison of common raw editors, and their pros and cons;
• Tools for safe file transfer and backup;
• Portable storage options; and
• Compressing the shoot-to-display timeline with a variety of options.
About the Instructor:
Jim is a NYC-based freelance photographer specializing in dance editorial, commercial fitness, beauty & fashion. He also produces personal commissions for artists and performers. His work plays with spontaneity, grounded in a rich technical literacy. He’s a regular contributor to Dance and Pointe magazines, where he captures dancing greats making the impossible look like second nature. Other projects include work with Marc Ecko, Red Bull Media, Housing Works, Google, The Brooklyn Rail, The Municipal Art Society, and IMGArtists.