October 2020 Through the Lens of Adam Jones
Adam’s program topics are very wide ranging, and he always invites the audience to participate with questions throughout the evening. He is known as a landscape, nature, wildlife, and travel photographer sharing his tips and techniques throughout the evening program. Audience participation impacts the discussion direction, but topics usually include: HDR that looks real, Focus Stacking for unlimited depth of field, Macro Techniques, Telephoto Wildlife Techniques, Using full and fill flash, Workflow, High ISO Noise reduction, Setting up your camera to operate the way you want, Composition and Lighting
Adam Jones Bio and Website
This internationally recognized photographer explores the world through his nature, travel, and wildlife images. Jones’s award-winning photography is widely published in magazines, posters, calendars, books, and in national advertising campaigns for clients such as Canon, Ford, Eddie Bauer, Miller Beer and Honda. Adam is recognized world wide as an outstanding stock photographer with his images represented by Getty Images, Photo Researchers, and Danita Delimont Stock Photography. His work has sold for editorial and commercial uses in over 30 countries. Adam’s publication credits also include: National Geographic Books, Time, Life Magazine, National Wildlife Federation, Audubon, Sierra Club, Disney and hundreds of textbooks. In 1995 the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Contest selected Adam’s image from over 19, 000 entries, as the winner in the “In Praise of Plants” category. Adam is the sole photographer on eight coffee-table books. In early 2006, Adam was selected to be one of Canon USA’s elite group of acclaimed photographers, “The Explorers of Light”. Canon describes the Explorer of Light program as such: The Explorers of Light program is a group of 60 of the World’s best photographers united in their love and passion for photographic excellence. They share a common desire to contribute back to the industry with a willingness to share their vision and passion with others. Adam is a popular and respected workshop instructor and lecturer. Adam teaches photography workshops around the world helping students reach their full potential in the exciting world of digital photography. Adam is noted for his enthusiastic down to earth approach and his ability to communicate effectively with all skill levels
An artistic photographer lies in ALL of us
By Lisa Langell
We as photographers often want to be more innovative and creative, but our own mental barriers can “prevent” the creative process from happening. One of the biggest mental blocks is simply believing, “I’m not a very creative person.” I hear this most often from engineers, accountants, and those in technical fields who have struggled to discover the creative style they desire.
This session breaks down creative barriers in a really fun and logical way! I take an interactive, “myth-busters-style approach!” You’ll learn how to apply the creative process and develop patterns that will bring more joy, innovation, success, creativity and happiness to your photography! You will learn:
- How even those who feel they “are not artistic” can actually become artistic and creative
- Understand “imaginative skill” and how it develops
- About my “Mash up” formula for producing creativity
- How you can debunk your own myths about artistic and creative ability
- How to exercise your creativity through real-world examples and activities we will complete during the session
- Inspirations to take with you
9393 N. 90th Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Lisa Langell is a full-time, award-winning photographer whose work has appeared in numerous prestigious publications including the cover of Outdoor Photographer magazine, plus numerous images in Arizona Highways, Ranger Rick, art galleries and more. She currently sits on the Board of Directors for the North American Nature Photography Association. She is also a proud ambassador for Tamron, FotoPro, and H&Y filters.
Whether it was working as a master floral designer, a licensed psychologist, university faculty, an international consultant in K-12 education, the Chief Business Development Officer of an education technology company, a researcher, a writer, or an artist—she enjoyed meeting each challenge.
Still, her strongest calling was photography--ever since childhood--when bird watching ignited her lifelong love of nature and the camera. In 2010, she turned her passion for photography into a business—and in 2015 she successfully transitioned to photography full-time and left the corporate and consulting world behind.
The journey with photography has definitely been Lisa’s favorite – she loves combining her diverse background and skills into her photographic art and instruction. Bringing joy to others brings joy to her! She thrives on creating innovative learning experiences and pushing photographic boundaries. She equally enjoys enriching, stimulating and expanding fellow photographers’ minds emotionally, creatively and intellectually.
You may read more about her or see her work at http://www.langellphotography.com
Live Webinars & Education: http://www.langellphotography.com/Webinars-and-tutorials
Workshops & Events: http://www.langellphotography.com/Events-1
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lisalangell and https://www.facebook.com/LisaLangellPhotography/
2020 Programs (Second Meeting of the Month)
January – Member Slideshow – "Texas" (not Metroplex)
February – Jeremy Woodhouse
March - Cancelled due to Corvid 19 (moved to July)
April - No Meeting
May - Nikola Olic
June - Alan Whiteside
July - Tom Savage
August - Daniel Rodique
September -Shelley Vandegrift
October - Adam Jones (Canon Explorer of Light)
February - Lisa Langell An artistic photographer lies in ALL of us
History of prior programs HERE