On Safari with Bobbie Goodrich: Creative Interpretation of African Wildlife (45:20)

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Join fine art and wildlife photographer photographer Bobbie Goodrich as she demonstrates her creative interpretations of wildlife imagery using Topaz software. See the amazing transformations as she uses Topaz ReStyle, Lens Effects and Simplify.

Bobbie is a published and award-winning fine art & wildlife photographer based in Santa Fe, NM. She conducts workshops and photo tours to exotic locations throughout Africa, Europe and South America, as well as digital photography post production workshops at her studio in Santa Fe. Her limited edition works have been honored in several museum exhibitions and she is also represented by the Zuva Gallery in Scottsdale, Bentley Publishing and Licensing and Rosenstiel Fine Art Editions in the UK.

Disarming the Debate of Photo Manipulation (44:05)

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We hear it all the time, if you manipulate a photo it is no longer a photograph. Or better yet the proud that say, “I took this shot, straight out of the camera with no processing!” So what is the
big idea behind photo manipulation and is it something to be ashamed of? Join us with Blake Rudis as he disarms the debate of manipulating your photographs in Photoshop.

Blake is a 3 time self-published author and the founder of EverydayHDR.com & HDRInsider.com. He has recently developed Zone-Edit.com. This site is devoted to his Photoshop post processing technique that utilizes the limitless potential of the Zone System and the power of Photoshop to capitalize on the contrast in any image.

Forging Your Photographs, presented by Blake Rudis (55:07)

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Just like a Blacksmith on his anvil, your photographs need to be forged in fire. A seemingly destructive process that creates a masterpiece of craftsmanship. Often times we need to think like the Blacksmith and destroy our images to refine them into a work of master craftsmanship.

Join us with Blake Rudis as he shows us how he forges his images with the Topaz Product Line.

Blake is a 3 time self-published author and the founder of EverydayHDR.com & HDRInsider.com. He has recently developed Zone-Edit.com. This site is devoted to his Photoshop post processing technique that utilizes the limitless potential of the Zone System and the power of Photoshop to capitalize on the contrast in any image.

Doing the Unexpected with the Topaz Collection from Lightroom, presented by Ron Martinsen (1:00:30)

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World-renowned photography and photo editing blogger, Ron Martinsen of ronmartblog.com, demonstrates how to use the products found in the Topaz Labs Complete Collection in unexpected ways without Photoshop.

Ron discusses how to jazz up your color images with B&W Effects, using Simplify in ways you might not expect and how to leverage Adjust to give your Lightroom images extra oomph.

Finding Your Photographic Style, presented by Blake Rudis (51:24)

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For every photographer it is important to have a specific style that is genuine to you. This really is not something you can learn…your style essentially finds you and ultimately defines you. Join Blake Rudis as he shows how you can polish and refine your artistic style with Topaz Products.

 

Perfecting Images of People, presented by Joel Wolfson (1:03:39)

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Although most of us shoot lots of photos of people, often they’re without the advantage of a studio and professional models. You can still make them outstanding! Join internationally published photographer Joel Wolfson as he walks you through the steps of optimizing images of real people shot in a variety of conditions from candids on the street to informal portraits. Joel will show his techniques using some of his favorite Topaz plug-ins including Clarity, Detail, B&W Effects, and Clean.

Joel conducts photo workshops worldwide from his native Southwest to Italy, France and other locales. His roster of notable clients include Newsweek, Elle, Seventeen, Houghton Mifflin, and corporate clients such as Apple, AT&T, 3M, United Airlines and Pillsbury. His technical articles on digital imaging have been translated for use in more than 30 countries. Yet he is best known for his artistic images and unexpected views of everyday places around the globe.

Fine Art Nature Photography by Tony Sweet (46:44)

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Tony Sweet’s inspiring session on how he uses Topaz plug-ins in his fine art nature photography workflow.

Tony is a highly-recognized professional nature photographer whose work has been published worldwide in every medium. Tony is a Nikon Legend Behind the Lens, lecturer, co-owner/operator of the Visual Artistry Workshop Series and is represented by Getty Images. He is also the author of 5 books in his Fine Art Photography Series and co-producer of 5 instructional DVDs.

The Simple Path to Stunning Images

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Often the difference between “That’s nice” and “Wow!” is a few simple steps using my favorite Topaz plug-ins. What used to require me making complicated actions in Photoshop is now much simpler with plug-ins and a regular part of my creative workflow. Join me as I show you how I add that sense of depth and “being there” with my images using plug-ins like Clarity, Detail, Adjust, BW Effects and more.

Joel conducts photo workshops worldwide from his native Southwest to Italy, France and other locales. His roster of notable clients include Newsweek, Elle, Seventeen, Houghton Mifflin, and corporate clients such as Apple, AT&T, 3M, United Airlines and Pillsbury.  His technical articles on digital imaging have been translated for use in more than 30 countries.  Yet he is best known for his artistic images and unexpected views of everyday places around the globe.

Crafting Your Images with Topaz Plugins

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We are happy to welcome back John Barclay, pro photographer and workshop leader, who will demonstrate how he is using Topaz software in his current creative workflow.

John is an award winning freelance photographer based in Bucks County PA.  John is a passionate photographer and enthusiastic workshop leader, leading  workshops and tours around the world. Recently, John was invited to join National Geographic Photographers Jonathan Kingston, Dewitt Jones and Rikki Cooke to co-lead the “See the Light Seminar” in Molokai Hawaii.

In addition, John was personally selected by Dewitt to be part of the www.HealingImages.org project and he was the recipient of an excellence award from B&W Magazine.

Disarming the Debate of Photo Manipulation

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We hear it all the time, if you manipulate a photo it is no longer a photograph. Or better yet the proud that say, “I took this shot, straight out of the camera with no processing!” So what is the big idea behind photo manipulation and is it something to be ashamed of? Join us with Blake Rudis as he disarms the debate of manipulating your photographs in Photoshop.

Blake is a 3 time self-published author and the founder of EverydayHDR.com & HDRInsider.com.  He has recently developed Zone-Edit.com.  This site is devoted to his Photoshop post processing technique that utilizes the limitless potential of the Zone System and the power of Photoshop to capitalize on the contrast in any image.