May 15, 2021, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM, Online via ZOOM
Want to know more about using Adobe Lightroom to process your photos? Brian Loflin will present an online overview of Photoshop Lightroom, one of the most user-friendly and powerful photo editing suites. He will outline the requirements to get started, how to manage your library of images, and an in-depth demonstration of Lightroom’s ease of processing. In addition, registered attendees will receive a complete, step-by-step process of one of his own images from import of images fresh from a shoot, through export for use outside the computer.
Brian Loflin is a highly respected photographer, author, teacher, and consultant. His seasoned professional career spans more than five decades in the advertising, aviation, bio-medical, and publishing industry.
Brian is a graduate biologist with an extensive background in marketing and communications. As a highly regarded teacher, his passion is about passing his knowledge and vision along to others. In addition to hosting a variety of photography workshops, he currently teaches a new curriculum of Wildlife Photography at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. He held similar teaching positions at the University of Texas at Austin, University of California at Riverside, and Riverside Community College.
Have you tried photographing wildflowers and been disappointed with the results? Did you discover that seemingly small issues can very quickly ruin a photograph as well as your entire wildflower photography experience? Carol Henrichs will show us how do you deal with ever-changing environmental conditions. She will also discuss tips and tricks for addressing issues related to tools & equipment, sun, wind, and clouds.
Carol Fox Henrichs is an interpretive nature photographer and photo artist. She considers this her encore career, which she began in earnest after retiring from Texas A&M University. Her published works have appeared in the North American Nature Photography’s annual publication and Ranch and Rural Magazine and she has won numerous awards. Carol began her photography education in 2004, earned a Professional Photography Diploma from the Photography Institute and successfully completed the Cameras, Exposure, and Photography program from Michigan State University. Ever the teacher, she leads workshops and prior to COVID, photo tours.Website: carolfoxhenrichs.com
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Date of Incorporation: 8/19/2005
Special thanks to Nancy Miller for the amazing photo of the Visitor Center