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Advertorial for Canon in The New Yorker

June 14th, 2013 |  by No comments

I was pretty psyched to see a three page advertorial with my images run in The New Yorker and more ads are about to be released by several other National publications with additional images.2013_Canon_ad

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Seth Resnick – Digital Tips & Tricks Workflow Not Workslow- Naples, Florida March 4, 5, 2011

February 25th, 2011 |  by Comments off

Seth Resnick

Seth Resnick
Photographer extraordinaire, lecturer, co-founder D-65

2-day camera workshop
Friday-Saturday, March 4-5
10 a.m.-4 p.m.

In this workshop, Seth will teach a detailed and efficient workflow to organize, process and transport your images to your family and friends. Learn all the tricks and tips you’ll need to work with Lightroom and spend more time shooting and less time computing.

Seth Resnick is co-founder of D-65, an organization teaching digital workflow workshops (visit www.d65.com for more information) and co-author of the Photoshop Lightroom Workbook Workflow not Workslow in Lightroom 2. He is at the forefront of digital technologies in photography, working with companies like Adobe, Canon and Xrite.

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Fire and Ice and Perfect Pixels Too!, Thursday October 21, 2010 5:30 PM- 8:00 PM- Adorama 42 West 18th Street, 5th floor, New York

October 16th, 2010 |  by Comments off

Fire and Ice and Perfect Pixels Too!

An Evening with Seth Resnick, Canon Explorer of Light

During this presentation, Seth will show spectacular images from his recent travels to the volcanic eruption in Iceland and from his trips to Antarctica, and he will talk about how to bring back images that are more than just tourist pictures. He will discuss how to bring your picture making to a new level and will show you some tips and tricks on processing digital files, as well as managing and keeping track of your digital files. Seth will demonstrate some Photoshop and Lightroom secrets to help ease your workflow.

This is the perfect opportunity to see why Seth’s inspired photography and technological expertise make him one of the top influencers in photography today.

For more information on this event:

http://www.adorama.com/catalog.tpl?op=WS_CanonResnick_102110

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Speaking events coming up on October 20th in Stamford, CT and October 21 at Adorama in NY

October 7th, 2010 |  by Comments off

On October 20, 2010 I will be speaking at The Photography Club of Lower Fairfield County. The event is free and opened to the public and titled R&R FOR DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHERS
Resilience & Rejuvenation, or How to Last & Love What You Do .

For additional info http://www.pclfc.com/

On October 21, 2010 I will be speaking at Adorama in New York. I will be showing images from Iceland and Antarctica as well as some Lightroom and Photoshop tricks. For additional info http://www.adorama.com/


Both events are sponsored by Canon as part of the Canon Explorer of Light program


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Speaking at the 70th anniversary of the Alameda Photographic Society

August 19th, 2010 |  by Comments off
70th anniversary special presentation: R&R for Digital Photographers
Tuesday August 24th  7:00pm

2441 San Jose Avenue
Alameda, CA 94501

Resilience & Rejuvenation, or How to Last & Love What You Do
with Seth Resnick, Canon Explorer of Light

Do you ever find yourself in a creative rut, simply shooting cookie-cutter assignments or projects? Even with an arsenal of current technology, the best computer, and the most current edition of Photoshop, your work can suffer if you lose that spark of inspiration that we all need. How do you rejuvenate yourself and get excited once again about picking up your camera? This event with Canon Explorer of Light Seth Resnick may be just what the doctor ordered!

Join us as Seth shares anecdotes on dealing with clients, both for assignment and stock, favorite and most unusual projects and what drove him to tackle them, his observations on the state of the industry and his take on stock photography. What are some of the most powerful lessons Seth has learned in his photographic career? How has he transformed from a fledgling newspaper photographer into the industry icon he is now? And finally, what jazzes Seth about taking out his camera today? How does he recharge his creative batteries?


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