David Wagner workshop

Friday, March 29, 2019 to Monday, April 1, 2019

Join renowned photographer and Adobe Lightroom specialist David Wagner for a 3-day hands-on workshop! This will include a photo walk around Souq Waqif and a Lightroom lab, where you will learn to make photobooks, digital darkoom techniques, managing your archive and more.

This specialized workshop and lab is for photographers and artists who have some experience with Lightroom Classic (and Lightroom CC).

The workshop includes:

Date Activity
Friday 29 March Photo Walk
Friday 29 March Lightroom Workshop: Develop like a pro
Saturday 30 March Lightroom Workshop: Managing your library
Saturday 30 March Making books with Lightroom
Monday 1 April Public Talk: A Photographer’s Career – From Film to Digital: Still Life – Interactive – Travel

 

To sign up, please e-mail your name and phone number to:

contact@firestation.org.qa

Spaces are limited.

Open to all ages.

Applicants must have the latest edition of Adobe Lightroom.

To download the latest edition, please click here: https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom/kb/keeping-lightroom-up-to-date.html

D.A.Wagner is a groundbreaking digital photographer, educator and entrepreneur. He has won hundreds of awards for his advertising photography and is a seasoned travel photographer. For nine years he was a popular photography and Photoshop professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC and was an original co-founder of Photo District News. Now, as the founder of LightroomGuy.com, he and his partner provide expert support for digital photography.

Over the course of his professional photography career, D.A. has produced conventional film and digital special effects for still photography, panoramic and interactive 360º photography and video documentaries. His photos are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

D.A.’s passion is sharing his years of experience in photography, technology and post-production techniques with his students. When not shooting, he loves hiking and cycling with his wife to off-the-beaten-path locations around the world, meeting new people and sampling international cuisines.