Atlantic Puffin

“Take Control of your Digital Photos” Mass Audubon MABA, Canton

“Take Control of your Digital Photos” Adobe Lightroom
Location: Mass Audubon Museum of American Bird Art
Canton, MA
Date: Saturday October 14, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Do you have thousands of digital photos and are having trouble organizing them? Do you need help on how to process a digital photo for output to e-mail or web? Join wildlife photographer and Mass Audubon instructor Shawn Carey of Migration Productions for this Adobe Lightroom workshop. Learn how to manage your digital photos and files in a way that makes sense, is easy to learn, plus many time saving shortcuts. This is an all day workshop that is broken up in three instructional units:

Section 1:

  • Understanding Lightroom and how it works, organize your photos/files.
  • Library Module
  • Importing files, rating and editing or culling images.
  • Proper backup of files and catalog

Section 2:

  • Keywords and Keyword list, the proper way to apply Keywords
  • Understanding collections and why there are useful.

Section 3:

  • Develop a Module
  • Develop and output for e-mail and web.
Short-eared Owl

 

Marsh Wren, Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
Concord, Massachusetts

NECCC 2017 Conference: Video & Audio with DSLR

Recording Video and Audio with your DSLR

Photographing birds and other wildlife has become increasingly popular over the last ten years with vast improvements in digital technology. One of which is the ability of a DSLR to record video and audio. Shawn will lead a discussion on how to record quality video and audio with your DSLR. Topics will include: what makes a good video clip, equipment needed, what to avoid in the field, tricks of the trade and how to manage your files in Lightroom. Examples in this program are of wildlife, however, the technology is applicable to other subject

Shawn Carey
Mass Audubon Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary
Marshfield, Mass.
Barn Swallow

NECCC 2017 Conference: Video & Audio with DSLR

Recording Video and Audio with your DSLR

Photographing birds and other wildlife has become increasingly popular over the last ten years with vast improvements in digital technology. One of which is the ability of a DSLR to record video and audio. Shawn will lead a discussion on how to record quality video and audio with your DSLR. Topics will include: what makes a good video clip, equipment needed, what to avoid in the field, tricks of the trade and how to manage your files in Lightroom. Examples in this program are of wildlife, however, the technology is applicable to other subject.

Shawn Carey
Mass Audubon Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary
Marshfield, Mass.
Skimmer & Common Tern