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Premier photographer to present workshop

By Staff | Sep 2, 2011

One of America’s foremost photographers, Seth Resnick, will lead a daylong photography workshop at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown on Sunday, Sept. 18.

The workshop is being organized by the Potomac Valley Nature Photographers, which is part of the Potomac Valley Audubon Society, and sponsored by Canon USA.

It will be held in the Center’s main auditorium from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Admission will be free, and no pre-registration is required.

The workshop will be aimed at photographers of all skill levels. Its title will be “Seeing Color: Creating Dynamic and Saleable Images.”

Participants will get expert advice on refining their creative vision and creating more effective and compelling images. They will also learn tips and tricks of the trade for processing and managing digital files.

One of the nation’s most prolific corporate, editorial and stock photographers, Resnick was chosen as one of the 30 most influential photographers of the decade by Photo District News Magazine.

His credits include over 2,500 publications worldwide and his clients constitute a virtual “Who’s Who” of corporate America.

Resnick also is co-founder of D-65, a Miami-based firm that provides digital workflow workshops, webinars, one-on-one training, tech support and consulting for photographers, studios, agencies and corporate art departments.

He operates at the forefront of digital innovation, working with Adobe, NEC, Canon, Xrite, Epson and others to help them formulate more useful products for photographers.

He is one of 78 photographers worldwide named as a Canon “Explorer of Light.” He is a member of the prestigious “X-rite Colorati” program as well as an Alpha/Beta and feature consultant for Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom.

He has won numerous awards and speaks frequently to professional photography organizations and other groups.

For more information about Resnick and his firm, go to the D-65 website at www.d-65.com.

For information about the Sept. 18 workshop, email pvnpexec@gmail.com.