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Scott Stulberg

Scott Stulberg is a travel and stock photographer who journeys often to distant lands looking for unique stock opportunities. Scott is a contributing writer for Shutterbug Magazine and EOS magazine and he has led photography workshops to many places around the globe. He also teaches digital photography and Photoshop at many schools including UCLA Extension. Scott is the author of Passage to Burma, a photo pictorial of his favorite country and also co-author of The Digital Photographer's New Guide to Photoshop Plug-Ins. From Microsoft, Time, Newsweek, National Geographic, Conde Nast Traveler and ABC News to greeting cards, calendars, bill boards and book covers, his images are used internationally.


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The Art of Travel Photography
A PhotoFest 2015 Seminar

May 3, 2015
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

This 2 hour seminar is designed to provide you many insights needed to create great travel images and become a better travel photographer.  You will learn how to push your digital photography well beyond capturing ordinary snapshots with just a point-and-shoot approach. Throughout the seminar, Scott will show many examples of travel photography from all over the world and explain his thought process and workflow from beginning to end. The emphasis will be on how to create more compelling images and how to push yourself to think differently.

He will also cover the essential gear and understanding and mastering your gear, great travel destinations, how to prepare ideas and do research before you travel, logistics including planes trains and automobiles, capturing people while you travel, critiquing your own work and more. He will also go extensivley into time of day for your images including sunrise to sunset and also shooting after dark which can be one of the best times of the day to shoot travel images. Scott will also dive into postprocessing and how important this is to the final image and to your creative process. This seminar will help you understand the art of creating powerful travel images and what it takes to push yourself to create one-of-a-kind images while traveling.

Ticket: $40
Seminar enrollments are nonrefundable

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Payment Options: Students may pay in full or choose the payment-plan option during registration. The payment plan requires a non-refundable $125 deposit with the balance due 30 days before the first day of the workshop. 


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The Nude in the Landscape

May 5, 2015

Since the beginning of time, the human form has captivated every kind of artist. For photographers, the creation of tender but dramatic nudes takes vision, patience and an attention to detail. Every nuance cannot be overlooked including form, shadow, visual appeal, balance and gesture.

In this unique workshop, instruction will emphasize how creating the right dynamic between model and photographer can produce timeless images. Composition, locations and lighting will take center stage with each student trying to capture their own vision. The workshop will be held outdoors in the beauty of Sedona, in various locations that are private, along the river and among the amazing red rocks and foliage of Sedona. Students will work with fabrics, from chiffon to lace, reflectors and diffusers, possibly the water, all the while in and around the landscape. Having the human figure out in unique landscapes is a dynamic artists have worked with forever. For photographers, the possibilities for unique and one of a kind images are endless. The night before the shoot, students will meet in the classroom to view and talk about the nude in photography.  Viewing many examples, indoors and out from various nude photographers, discussion will try to convey the subtleties of photographing the figure in soft and sensual set ups. The evening talk with end with a orientation of the locations for the next days shooting.

Photoshop for Photographers can be taken as an optional second day of the workshop, The Nude in the Landscape, or can be taken as a standalone one day workshop.  

The instructor will demonstrate many Photoshop techniques to work on not only the images that were shot during the workshop, but on all kinds of images from people to landscapes to travel. If you have any questions about photo gear for the Nude workshop, you can email scott at scott@asa100.com


TUITION: $375.00 (includes $75.00 models fee)

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Payment Options: Students may pay in full or choose the payment-plan option during registration. The payment plan requires a non-refundable $125 deposit with the balance due 30 days before the first day of the workshop. 

 

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Photoshop for Photographers
May 6, 2015

Photoshop is a photographers best friend and this one day workshop is designed for photographers of any level who would like to broaden their understanding of this amazing program. From  the subtle nuances or powerful aspects of working in camera raw to the dreamlike and ethereal quality achievable by converting images to black and white or sepia, the demonstration day in the classroom will help open your eyes to the possibilities of what you can achieve with postprocessing, using Photoshop.

This one day workshop includes demonstration, lecture and Question and Answer of Photoshop & the Raw workflow, layers and layer masks, retouching techniques, HDR and  much more. Instruction will cover the digital workflow using the three components of the program; Bridge, Camera Raw and Photoshop and will focus on the importance of working in raw.  Demonstrations will cover how to process, adjust, correct, and manipulate captured images, including different techniques to work on images from the previous days “Nude in the Landscape” workshop.

From people to landscapes to travel, all kinds of images will be worked on along with a variety of tools and techniques including many creative ways using textures and Photoshop plug-ins that can play a big role in creating one-of-a-kind images

TUITION: $200.00

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Payment Options: Students may pay in full or choose the payment-plan option during registration. The payment plan requires a non-refundable $125 deposit with the balance due 30 days before the first day of the workshop. 



About Scott Stulberg
Scott Stulberg is a travel and stock photographer who journeys often to distant lands looking for unique stock opportunities. Scott is a contributing writer for Shutterbug Magazine and EOS magazine and he has led photography workshops to many places around the globe. He also teaches digital photography and Photoshop at many schools including UCLA Extension. Scott is the author of Passage to Burma, a photo pictorial of his favorite country and also co-author of The Digital Photographer's New Guide to Photoshop Plug-Ins. From Microsoft, Time, Newsweek, National Geographic, Conde Nast Traveler and ABC News to greeting cards, calendars, bill boards and book covers, his images are used internationally.

"Getting a camera at age 10 and then a darkroom at age 13, I guess I pretty much knew at that young age what I wanted to be when I grew up. Traveling the world shooting stock and travel photography has given me an amazing appreciation for this big beautiful world.

Capturing perfect moments in time from around the globe is where my heart is at and I love sharing so many insights with my students on how to open your eyes as a photographer. The quote by Marcel Proust pretty much sums it up for me:  "The journey of self discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes".  It is all about thinking differently and trying new things and the ride along the way can be so enlightening.
 
Just as dedication and experimentation was a big part of working in the darkroom, Photoshop and the digital workflow is a huge part of being a successful photographer nowadays. I love how the digital darkroom has changed through the years and what it can do for your photography is pretty amazing. For me, working and mastering both is essential but I also realize that photography is more than talking about pixels. It's about vision, ideas and the willingness to allow your imagination to soar."

See more of Scott's work on his website www.asa100.com.

 


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