Filmmaking Essentials for Photographers at PhotoPlus Expo.

PhotoPlus Expo is around the corner, and it will be my 10th consecutive year speaking at this awesome show.

On Saturday, October 24th I’ll be presenting “Filmmaking Essentials for Photographers.”

Conference Seminars | PhotoPlus Expo

Perhaps the biggest challenge photographers and filmmakers face is to focus too much on new gadgets and forget that it is all about the story. This seminar includes essential technical information, but my main goal is to help improve the storytelling aspect of our craft, while demys­ti­fy­ing the most com­mon film­mak­ing terms. Atten­dees will leave the ses­sion pos­sess­ing a good under­stand­ing of the sim­i­lar­i­ties and dif­fer­ences between shoot­ing stills and motion. I hope to see you there. In the meantime, click on the images below to see some of my work.

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Our last two courses on are totally related to this event: Video for Photographers Part 1: Filmmaking Essentials and Video for Photographers Part 2: Filmmaking on Location.

Click on the images below so watch the intro to each course.

Video for Photographers 01_ Filmmaking Essentials | Video for Photographers 02_ Filmmaking on Location |


How to Sync Catalogs with Adobe Lightroom 3.


Tuesdays Tutorials.

I am often shooting on location, and I need to make sure that my images are safe and properly backed up. I start by creating a temporary Lightroom catalog, usually with the client’s name. For this tutorial I am going to name it “Temporary Catalog TBD.”

Click on Import and the Import dialog opens.

Adobe Lightroom 3 Hard Drives

We can see that I have 2 external hard drives connected to my laptop, my MAIN external hard drive is called “ONE TB” and a SECONDARY external hard drive is called “ORANGE 120”.