April 3 – 5, 2019
More than half the energy from the Sun (a really, really, really big thermonuclear device) arrives to our planet in the form of infrared radiation. We can feel this light but it takes a special camera to be able to see it. But it is not the heat of the light you are photographing. It is the light caused by the outcome of the heat.
In this workshop, based on Vincent Versace’s next book of the same title, you will explore the considerations from raw file to file workflow in adobe Photoshop/Lightroom and several other RAW processors to make the most successful image from a DSLR camera converted to capture in the Infrared spectrum. Vincent has over nine years of experience working with cameras modified for digital infra-red. If you are considering taking the “plunge” and converting a camera, or want to know how to get the most from the converted camera you have, this is a must go to class!
VINCENT VERSACE is a recipient of the Computerworld Smithsonian Award in Media Arts & Entertainment, the Shellenberg fine art award, a six time nominee to the Photoshop Hall of Fame and is the author of the bestselling book, Welcome to Oz: A cinematic Approach to Digital Still Photography with Photoshop which was chosen as Shutterbug Magazine’s best how to book of the year. His work is part of the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum of American History. Vincent is the photographer of Immediate Assistants Medical Rescue Go Team. He is a member of the Epson Stylus Pros, a a Nikon Legend Behind the Lens, an Xrite Colorotti, Lexar Elite Photographer, an American Photo Magazine Mentor Trek and Master Class instructor and a member of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals Instructor Dream Team teaching regularly at Photoshop World and the Maine Photographic and Palm Beach Photographic Workshops. Vincent was the original host of the Epson Print Academy. Articles about his work in conjunction with digital workflows have appeared in American Photo, Popular Photography, Shutterbug, Outdoor Photographer, Pro Digital Imaging, PDN, What Digital camera, Petersen’s Photographic, PC Camera, Studio Design and Photography Professional Photographer and Digital Imaging magazines.