1. Tips for Travel Photography: Presented by Ashok Sinha


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    Professional photographer Ashok Sinha will share behind the scenes information on photographs that successfully capture his passion for travel and diverse cultures.

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    • HimalayasX2011


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      Highlights of the western expedition by mountain bike in 2011. I have other blog writing journals here, korean-world.blogspot.com

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      • Free Photo Webinars - Sept 2011


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        Free Photo Webinars focuses on travel and editorial photography with Hannele Lahti.

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        • Ira Block: National Geographic Photographer


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          Ira Block has photographed more than 30 features of the National Geographic, with subject ranging form ancient Greek artifacts to fossils in the Gobi Desert to Peruvian mummies. Often his assignments require long hours of travel under difficult working conditions. In this lecture, Block addresses how he stays inspired and engaged.

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          • #138 - Travel Photography - Ralph Velasco


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            Ralph Velasco, one of the top 100 Travel Photographers in the world, shares his images, stories of his travels and a little advice from his Mom. Show Notes - http://www.jpeg2raw.com/138travel-photographyralph-velasco/

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            • Fine Art Travel Photography with Andy Katz


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              Travel photographer Andy Katz shares his images and talks about using Sony cameras and X-Rite color management solutions to be sure he has the images he wants to achieve in his travels. Andy shares stories of how he relates to his subjects and how to find the images we sometimes miss when shooting travel photos.

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              • Travel and Landscape Photography Working in the Field with Scott MacQuarrie


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                X-Rite Coloratti Scott MacQuarrie travels all over the world to capture his stunning travel and landscape photographs. One thing he always packs for travel is his (ColorChecker) Passport. In this webinar, co-sponsored by X-Rite and Gura Gear, Scott shares his tips for transporting your equipment and keeping it safe, dressing for comfort in field, backing up your images on the go, and the importance of using X-Rite color management to ensure you’ve captured the image you envision. Scott has literally worked on every continent on the planet. So his knowledge of how to pack and travel is something you’ll want to enjoy. Scott teaches workshops on Travel and Nature Photography, Lightroom, Off Camera Flash, and more. Visit his website at www.zwcx.com for more information about his workshops and his travels.

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                • Cataloging in Lightroom: Organizing your Images for Travel with Marc Muench


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                  In this webinar, Marc Muench teaches you some of the basics that have helped him manage his images, in addition to illustrating his technique for managing a single Master Catalog in Adobe Lightroom. His method allows for the use of a second computer or travel computer to be used with a temporary catalog during shoots emphasizing the importance of using calibrated and profiled monitors in all environments for accurate viewing and evaluation. Marc will show you how to import your images utilizing custom "Develop Settings" containing camera profiles made with ColorChecker Passport, and how to merge the catalogs to maintain the single Master Catalog workflow.

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                  • Episode 0035: Interview with Brenda Tharp, Nature and Travel Photographer


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                    LensFlare 35 is a weekly show brought to you by Dave Warner. In this week’s episode, Dave interviews Nature and Travel Photographer Brenda Tharp. Brenda is an award-winning freelance photographer who specializes in location, nature and travel photography for a variety of clients. She has llama-trekked, sea-kayaked, flown in helicopters and hot-air balloons, cycled, and hiked to get her photographs. Those images have appeared on the pages of Alaska Airlines, Audubon, Northwest Traveler, Sierra, and Sunset magazines, along with many others. In this episode, Brenda talks about the difference between being a female photographer versus a male, steps she takes on the business side of things to make her stand out from the pack, lessons you can apply to both travel AND nature photography, her latest book project, recommendations she would give to help other photographers become successful and much more. To listen to the full podcast, follow this link: http://www.lensflare35.com/episode-0035-interview-with-brenda-tharp-nature-and-travel-photographer

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                    • Digital Photography Cafe - 106: Streaming Media East, Travel Photography and "The Constant Moment"


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                      WordPress turns 10 this week, Streaming Media East trade show, chromakey ring light, summertime travel photography and an essay on "The Constant Moment" - all on this weeks episode of The Digital Photography Cafe Show. Grab a latte, pull up a chair and join Trevor Current and Joseph Cristina as they chat about the art and business of photography. Visit http://digitalphotographycafe.com/106-streaming-media-east-travel-photography-and-the-constant-moment/ for more information and show notes.

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