Boston Sea Rovers Clinic 2005 [www]
March 4-6, 2005
Digital Underwater Photography: Equipment and Basic Technique
March 5, 2005 . 1-4PM (3 hours, $35 per student)
40 attendees max, theater style
This 3-hour workshop will cover the basics of getting started in digital underwater photography. Topics will include equipment necessary (digital cameras, housings, strobes, accessories, computing needs), travel considerations (batteries, chargers, storage, backup), and simple guidelines for getting started.
Digital Underwater Photography: Pixels to Print
March 6, 2005 . 1-4PM (3 hours, $50 per student)
20-30 attendees max, classroom style
This 3-hour workshop will cover the workflow necessary to get your digital images stored, organized, edited, and printed. Workshop will cover helpful software tools, simple image manipulation, color management, and printing. Live demonstrations will use Windows PCs, but Mac analogs should be easy to extrapolate.
PRESENTER BIOGRAPHY ---
Eric Cheng has been rapidly gaining a reputation around the world as a digital underwater photography expert, eager to share his knowledge and talent. He edits and runs Wetpixel.com, the premiere website dedicated to digital underwater photography, and has been published in numerous publications, both in print and on the web. He has also given private digital underwater imaging lessons to some of the world's most successful professional underwater photographers.
Eric was recently awarded a prestigious Antibes Festival award for his work with Wetpixel.com, which was awarded the underwater imaging web site of the year.
The best way to register is to go to Eric's website for more information.