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Digital Photography & Video with Your Smart Device with Michelson Photography

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Do you have a bunch of photos on your phone that you're not sure what to do with? Learn how to take better photographs and video with your smart phone or tablet with this interactive class.

During this workshop you will learn why and how we take photos and how the type of phone we use can affect how we choose to edit and store them. Whether you plan to print, create digital slideshows, publish photo books, or post to social media, you still need to download, backup and organize your photos. Each student will leave class with a personal photo management plan.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Bob Michelson of Photography By Michelson, Inc. based in Braintree, MA has been a professional photographer and videographer since founding his company in 1974. Michelson is a published underwater and wildlife photographer and videographer who have been photographing wildlife above and below the water for 41 years. He is a PADI Dive Master, a Specialty Instructor in Underwater Photography, Videography, and Naturalist. His photography and articles have appeared in numerous regional and national magazines including Natural History, National Geographic, Field and Stream, Montana Outdoors, Pennsylvania Boat & Fish Magazine, Delaware Outdoors, Highlights for Children, Cape Cod Magazine, The Fisherman, B.A.S.S., Montana Outdoors, Texas Parks and Wildlife, TROUT, The NY State Conservationist, Northern Woodland, Range magazine and books, New Hampshire Wildlife Journal, Northeast Dive News and the Oxford Encyclopedia, England.

Michelson is also a monthly columnist for Coastal Review Online, a North Carolina news organization, providing species life history profiles and environmental news stories and photos pertinent to coastal North Carolina waters. Video footage and programming produced by Michelson have aired on ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox and PBS affiliate stations, in addition to the Discovery, History and Science Channels’. Footage is also playing at The New England Aquarium in Boston, The National Aquarium in Baltimore and The Smithsonian Institute. Ripley’s used his video materials for “Believe It or Not”, and underwater footage was used as reference material for the Steven Spielberg film, “In-Dreams”. He produced a series of short television segments for the World Fishing Network covering Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Maine. Bob also produced a series of short educational videos for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service on Anadromous fish and Brook Trout life histories and restoration projects across the Northeast. Currently, he is providing a series of educational workshops and seminars to libraries and school districts across Massachusetts.


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