I’ve been busy in my virtual classroom; the first two of my spring workshops are now complete. We had a great turnout, and the attendees all learned a lot about Capture NX2 and Photo Mechanic. There are still more workshops left on my schedule, so if you missed out, you can still get in on one of the upcoming dates. In even better news, participants who have headset mics for their computers can now bypass the telephone altogether and join the teleconference from their computers. This is sure to be great for international participants!
If you have a need for personal attention and support, I may be available for one on-one consulting. I’m happy to help you work on your own images, learn Capture NX2, or whatever other topic you might have about your Nikon workflow. Click here for mentoring rates and details.
It’s also software update time. Today, Adobe formally announced Creative Suite 5, which includes updates to Photoshop, Acrobat, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, and InDesign. I’m mostly looking forward to native 64-bit support for these applications in Mac OS; something that has been lacking for some time.
I’m pleased to offer a slate of spring online training courses for Capture NX2. In addition to my advanced Capture NX2 Editing course, I’m now also offering a new course called “The NEF-Centric Workflow.”
Continue reading Announcing Capture NX2 Online Courses
I’m back from four days in Rocky Mountain National Park teaching the “Image Doctors” photo safari. We lucked into some (mostly) fantastic weather, and everyone came away happy. More importantly, everyone left the workshop with loads of fantastic images. If you weren’t on the workshop, here’s what you missed:
Continue reading Image Doctors workshop a smashing success
Here’s a quick update of what I’m up to this week. In case you missed it, I’m leading a workshop with Rick Walker to Rocky Mountain National Park starting tomorrow. I’m getting ready for fur days of getting up too early, going to bed too late, but hopefully capturing the aspens at their fall peak and the elk in the rut.
You can now follow me on Twitter: jason_odell
. I’ll be posting updates from the workshop if at all possible.
If you can’t travel for a workshop, consider signing up for one of my online training webinars
. These classes are live, interactive sessions where you can talk to me directly as I walk you through Capture NX2 or Nik Silver Efex Pro. Class size is deliberately kept small so that you have ample opportunity for questions. All you need is a telephone and a broadband internet connection. It’s that simple.
Luminescence of Nature Photography is pleased to announce its October training webinar series with photographer and author Jason P. Odell, Ph.D. Participants will be able to view Jason’s computer screen live and answer questions over the telephone.
Join Jason for the following live online workshops:
Black & White Conversions with Nik Silver Efex Pro
- October 10 12-2pm EDT
- October 24 12-2pm EDT
Advanced Image Processing with Capture NX2