Time lapse imaging workshop at NEAIC 2018

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Time lapse imaging workshop at NEAIC 2018

Post by Paramount » Sun Jan 21, 2018 2:31 pm

If anybody is interested or is planning on going to NEAIC in Suffern, New York in April, I am doing an evening workshop on "Time Lapse Astrophotography". I have posted a few of my videos here and I will be showing in detail how I process the RAW files in Adobe Lightroom, render to video and add music in Adobe Premier Pro before uploading to YouTube
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Re: Time lapse imaging workshop at NEAIC 2018

Post by gardenfish » Sun Jan 21, 2018 5:43 pm

Wish I was close enough to attend. Love your timelapse. I would be there for sure.
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Re: Time lapse imaging workshop at NEAIC 2018

Post by Europa » Sun Jan 21, 2018 10:34 pm

Love your time lapse work, but too far for me too.

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Re: Time lapse imaging workshop at NEAIC 2018

Post by h2opolo » Sat Feb 03, 2018 12:38 pm

That would be really fun to attend. You would pick Tax month to do it though!

Maybe I could make a business trip out of it and let my company pay for it. How can I make my totally not artistic business partner get on board? hmmmmmm :smile111: :smile111: :smile111:
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