It’s been a busy couple of weeks. In addition to publishing my latest Seattle Times Practical Mac column and a CreativePro article about working with albums in Lightroom and Lightroom Classic, I also released a new episode of the PhotoActive podcast on Friday.
This episode is all about my experience as the event photographer for the CreativePro Week 2019 conference here in Seattle. Kirk McElhearn and I talk about how gear becomes an important factor in the types of low-light environments where events like this typically occur and strategies for finding interesting photos of speakers and attendees. It’s likely that as a camera-owning human, someone has asked if you can take photos at an event, whether that’s a school play or graduation, a party, or something more significant. Maybe even a wedding—which we specifically address in this episode.
Give it a listen on the Web or in your favorite podcast player, and be sure to subscribe to upcoming episodes. We’d also appreciate it if you rate and review PhotoActive in iTunes, which helps bring it to more people’s attentions.
[Photos by Jeff Carlson, courtesy of CreativePro Week]
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