Tag Archives: webinar

DataColor Webinar Recording

Reportage & Street Photography

For those who couldn’t join in live on my webinar earlier this week, courtesy of DataColor, here’s a recording of the webinar. It lacks the Q&A which went on for around 30 minutes after, so feel free to post questions here instead.

Datacolor Webinar

My Free Online Seminar On A Few Things Photographic

The sun sets over Margate Sands. Kent. April 15, 2014. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian

The sun sets over Margate Sands. Kent. April 15, 2014. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian

Hope you can join me on May 21st, 2014 at 7pm BST (British Summer Time) for my webinar. I’ll be chatting about my photography, workflow and getting accurate colour and focus, amongst other challenges met by today’s digital photographer.

Sign up for free, HERE. Hope to see you online!

Audio for Video Webinar

With RØDE Microphones and Scan

I did a live webinar a short while ago with Jonathan Burrows for the fabulous folks at Scan and Source Distribution, talking about how I use Rode Microphones in my film making. If you’re not familiar with Scan, I can’t recommend them highly enough for all your computer component and peripheral needs; I’ve been using them for well over a decade!

The webinar is in two parts; hope you find it useful 🙂 To view the films mentioned in the webinar, please visit www.teravision.eu

 

Nik Software Plugins Workflow

Digital Image Processing with Aperture and Nik Software

Here is a recording of my online seminar (webinar from November 30th, 2011) showing how I use Nik Software’s plugins and Aperture for my image processing.
 

Online Workflow Seminar

Nik Software Webinar

Business fashion consultant Gabriella Piccinni from Modaview. London. November 24, 2011. Photo: Edmond Terakopian. Leica M9 Image processed using Aperture and Silver Efex Pro 2.

I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be holding a Nik Software Webinar on my workflow on Wednesday, November the 30th at 7pm GMT. Click HERE to register for my free seminar.

As always, I will be showcasing new and different work, explaining my techniques on image processing and the thought processes behind the technicality of image processing. As an example, I shall show how I processed the portrait of business fashion consultant Gabriella Piccinni from Modaview.

My workflow is based around Aperture and Nik Software’s Viveza 2, Silver Efex Pro 2 and Sharpner 3 in the whole, although I do occasionally use Photoshop. Those who use Photoshop or Lightroom will still have a lot to gain and the processes and using the plugins is virtually identical. There will be a Q&A session at the end.

Hope you can join me on my last webinar for this year.