Here you will find seminars that we conduct from time to time both live and online. These seminars are an hour to 90 minutes in length and are designed to provide information and guidance to new or enthusiast photographers. Some of our seminars also support charitable organizations such as the Henry's Foundation in support of mental health.
For this seminar we will demonstrate:
- How to set the RAW file format in your camera (supported by virtually ALL interchangeable lens cameras)
- What the key benefits are to shooting in RAW
- Mythbusting: why RAW isn't just for pro photographers
- The science behind why RAW is so beneficial (and why JPG files can limit you)
- Tools you will need to process RAW images
- Full demonstration of processing RAW images using various tools including Adobe Lightroom
- Q&A session
To attend, simply sign up on our 'Course Registration' page. You will then be sent a link for the event which you can use to gain access. You will need a computer with a web browser, Upon using the link to enter the seminar, your computer will download a small program (ZOOM client) and connect you. If you wish to ask questions during the Q&A portion, you will need a microphone. A webcam is NOT required and we will ask that you turn your webcam OFF during the seminar.
The session will be a minimum of one hour but may extend to 90 minutes depending on questions, etc
Your registration fee of $10 will support the Henry’s Foundation and will help improve mental health services and research for all Canadians. We are very proud to support the Henry’s Foundation and its efforts to champion mental health issues.
Please visit www.henrysfoundation.com for more information.
Tickets: $10 each
By default, most cameras are configured to shoot in the JPG file format. This setup allows for quick and easy photo capture. Once you take a photo, the image is already processed for you by the camera and there is nothing else that needs to be done.
The other option available to you is to set your file format to your RAW option. When doing this, you will uncover a bounty of options that will allow you to improve your photography in the post-processing stages for staggeringly improved results.