"Creative in - Camera FX"
by Tony Sweet-MD
Monday, February 1, 7:30 PM

We all want our work to stand out, but it is becoming increasingly difficult in the modern world of digital imaging where there are upwards of 400,000,000 million photos uploaded daily. But, if we stick to our guns and photograph with our hearts as well as our heads, we can rise above the sea of photographers and camera owners. This presentation illustrates many creative ways to set your work apart from the crowd. We will cover multiple exposures, swipes, long exposures, panoramic photography, and more. Questions are encouraged to get your creative thoughts rolling.

Our speaker comes from an artistic background as a professional jazz artist and professional close up magician -sleight of hand artist- Tony has always sought creative, deeply personal endeavors. The transition from jazz artist to nature photographer was a seamless transition as both require an improvisational nature and an ability to adapt to quickly changing conditions. The rhythms and sound shapes of jazz are comparable to the rhythms and graphic shapes captured in photography.

Tony’s photography is published worldwide in every medium and is represented by Getty Images. His images are also used by Nikon, Exposure Software, Singh Ray, Topaz, Lensbaby and others for national ad campaigns.

Tony was named as a Nikon Legend Behind the Lens and has been published worldwide for over 35 years. He has authored 8 books and contributed to many other books, co-produced an educational DVD series, and teaches and lectures throughout the US, Canada, Iceland, and Cuba.

Tony is co-owner, along with Susan Milestone, of their Visual Artistry Location Workshops Series, Creativity Seminars, Zoom Presentations, Online workshops, and Private 1 on 1 sessions.

An interview with Tony on macro photography was published in The New York Times.

To see more of his work and learn about his workshops, tours and seminars, please visit http://tonysweet.com