Category Archives: Photo Manipulation

July Meeting Recap – Hey, You! Get Off of the Cloud!

July’s CDPUG meeting was quite an eye-opener, as our panel discussed non-subscription options for graphics applications to the tune of the Rolling Stones song “Get Off Of My Cloud!” Spike Radway, Director of Programming and panel moderator, thought the timing was perfect for the topic of alternatives to the Adobe Creative Cloud subscription model, especially with the recent release of… Read more »

This might be the best thing you will see all day!

Check out Bill Cohen-Kiraly‘s stunning photographs of the visually rich Asian Lantern Festival at the Cleveland Zoo, shot in Anaglyph 3-D format. He uses two side-by-side Samsung NX1000 cameras connected by a dual cable release and then combines them into a single 3-D image in StereoPhoto Maker. More of his images can be viewed at https://cohenkiraly.com/2018/08/16/asian-lantern-festival-2018-in-3d/ The Asian Lantern Festival… Read more »

Mastering Portraits – Portrait Workshop to Benefit Homeless Veterans and Families

Dodd Camera will be hosting a workshop in Columbus on September 30th, to benefit homeless veterans. An event that usually has a $70 admission, you can get in for free if you bring in laundry soap, lotion, deodorant, body wash, and socks of any size for men or women (they prefer to have them new and unopened.) This workshop will… Read more »

Meeting Video Posted for "Learning to Love Lightroom & the NEW Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC 2015

The April 30th, 2015 CDPUG meeting featured Lesa Snider (https://photolesa.com) presenting “Learning to Love Lightroom & the NEW Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC 2015.” This meeting was a remote meeting using Zoom, so we were  able to record the meeting, so other than seeing Spike in one of the little Squares, it’s a great and useful presentation. To see the Presentation,… Read more »

Get ready for Photos for Mac with our new Take Control Crash Course

Get ready for Photos for Mac with our new Take Control Crash Course Good day! The ten-month limbo Apple left us in after announcing that the forthcoming Photos for Mac would replace both iPhoto and Aperture is nearly over. Photos has at long last showed its face in OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite, now in public beta, and we expect it… Read more »

The Ohio Stereo Photographic Society

The Ohio Stereo Photographic Society is a group of hobby photographers that meet to learn about the exciting world of 3D photography. Monthly, meetings are held from September to June at the Days Inn in Richfield on the first Tuesday of the month, 7:00 in the evening. The meetings consist of a presentation, often an instructional one, and then a… Read more »

ASMP-ONC Members Photography Show

ASMP-ONC Members Photography Show Please join the American Society of Media Photographers – Ohio North Coast chapter for an Opening Reception on November 15, 2013 from 6pm – 9pm at The Cleveland Print Room. The ASMP-ONC Members Show will feature commercial and personal work from some of the top commercial photographers in North East Ohio. ASMP-ONC Members provide an array of photographic… Read more »

SEO Essentials: Helping Clients Find Your Photography Business Online

SEO Essentials: Helping Clients Find Your Photography Business Online Speaker: Blake Discher Now that Google let the Panda out of the zoo, things have changed dramatically in the world of search engine optimization. Did you know that most photo buyers now use the Internet to locate photographers? Is your Web site compatible with search engines? Are features of your site’s… Read more »

New Book Helps you "Take Control of Your Digital Photos on a Mac"

New book helps you “Take Control of Your Digital Photos on a Mac” Are you drowning in a sea of digital photos? Can you find that great picture from your vacation a few years ago? No? You’re far from alone – we fully admit to suffering from a surfeit of photos too, and while iPhoto might have the necessary capabilities… Read more »

Call for entries! Juried photographic exhibition invites community to share different perspectives of the watershed

Call for entries! Juried photographic exhibition invites community to share different perspectives of the watershed What does the Doan Brook watershed mean to our community? Is it the stream itself, the lakes, lagoons or corridor of parklands? Or is it the watershed’s communities and their residents, the institutions of University Circle, the architecture, or the neighborhood wildlife? Northeast Ohio photographers… Read more »