Posts Tagged: camera

SDMUG Presents … Skylum’s Luminar Flex & AirMagic

On Thursday, May 9th, Skylum’s Kevin LaRue will demonstrate their newest products, Luminar Flex and AirMagic. Both programs are built to bring out the best of your photos with a minimum of effort. Whether used as stand-alone applications or as plug-ins from Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom, you’re bound to be impressed at how well Skylum’s… Read more »

SDMUG Presents “Maximizing Your Digital Images” by Stephen Burns

If you’re interested in taking your digital images to the next level, this is a must-see presentation. On Thursday, January 10th, Photoshop instructor and digital artist Stephen Burns will demonstrate multiple crucial tools in Photoshop, show how to maximize your HDR (high dynamic range) images with Skylum’s Aurora, then showcase the very polished enhancing tools… Read more »

SDMUG Presents… VIDEO NIGHT by Dan Dorschel

On January 10th, longtime SDMUG member and video production instructor Dan Dorschel will discuss in easy to understand terms how to take your iPhones and iPads to the next level in video. Using tools you likely already have plus an easily acquired app or two, Dan will demonstrate how to bring it all together to… Read more »

SDMUG Presentation: Stephen Burns Talks Photoshop

Making ordinary images extraordinary. Photoshop master Stephen Burns will demonstrate many tips, tricks and techniques to help you transform your digital images beyond the click of the shutter, explaining what it takes to make your digital images into digital art. Lots of Q & A opportunities too. Be prepared to take notes!

San Diego Mac Users Group – All Things Video!

Wednesday, February 1, 2017 “All Things Video” Dan Dorschel presenting. Longtime SDMUG member Dan Dorschel is an accomplished videographer, a teacher of videography, and a Mac enthusiast. That allows him a unique perspective which he will share on Feb. 1st. Some of the things to expect: Comparing video from an iPhone & a $50,000 Red Weapon Camera;… Read more »

San Diego Mac Users Group – Kris Skrinak Presents

Wednesday, January 11 Capture, create and share with GoPro Kris Skrinak presenting. GoPro has come a long way from being simply the best sports action camera. The GoPro ecosystem starts with a great camera that automatically uploads your content, a rich playback and edit environment on iPhone and Mac and a simple but powerful way… Read more »

San Diego Mac Users Group – MacPhun’s LUMINAR – Photo Editing Taken to a New Level

Wednesday, December 7: READY FOR SOME SERIOUS PHOTO EDITING?Join the SDMUG on Wednesday, December 7, as Kevin La Rue from Macphun demonstrates Luminar, the world’s first photo editor that puts pro-quality photo editing within everyone’s reach.Landscape, portrait, wildlife, macro – you name it! Luminar’s ample set of features will make it your first choice for everyday… Read more »

San Diego Mac Users Group – Digital Photography with MacPhun & Aurora HDR

 Wednesday, June 1: Get ready for some fun! MacPhun is our presenter and it’s time for some serious digital imaging. Even better, MacPhun is located here in San Diego so it’s a hometown presentation. With their acclaimed digital imaging software and Photoshop/Lightroom plug-ins, MacPhun is a major player with its software in the toolbox of even… Read more »

San Diego Macintosh Users Group – MacPhun’s Photo Enhancing Software

Wednesday, November 4th, iTecSD and the SDMUG welcome the return of Macphun Software, developers of some truly amazing digital imaging software. Whether you use a high end DSLR or the camera on your iPhone, if you enjoy photography and want your images to impress, this is a must-attend presentation. “I Used To Be Scared Of The Dark. Ten Ways… Read more »

San Diego Macintosh User Group General Meeting: PHOTOSHOP + LIGHTROOM

Wednesday, August 5th, iTecSD and the SDMUG welcome longtime Photoshop artist-trainer-instructor and enthusiast Stephen Burns. Stephen will demonstrate the latest Adobe Photoshop, show some invaluable how-to tricks, plus explain Adobe Lightroom, the default replacement for the now-discontinued Apple Aperture 2. Stephen’s Lightroom discussion will shed much-needed light on whether it’s worth it to migrate from Aperture to Lightroom plus some… Read more »