The sun has set on the international video convention in Orlando. This sunset seemed apropos on the last night of the event.
I’m a workshop junkie and love to learn, engage, and be inspired by the other creative professionals pursuing their dreams. One of the many joys of being a published author and speaker is the opportunity to attend conventions and conferences across the country. On Wednesday at 8 am, Ron and I had an amazing room full of video producers eager to learn all about social media and marketing. Then today we were part of a distinguished panel of experts talking about the social media explosion. Had so much fun bantering on stage with the other guests.
But I must admit that by the end of the conference, I’m usually more than ready to head back to the peace and quiet of my own home. I enjoy the routine and familiarity of my own surroundings and look forward to returning every time. Not to mention how much easier it is to be consistent with challenges like this one when your schedule isn’t overloaded and you aren’t dealing with down internet!
(Everything for my daily challenge was completed on time, but this post was late due to internet issues. Processed this photo by sharpening in Adobe Lightroom. Then used Kubota Action—Fuji Snappit to brighten the color. The colors look much brighter in Photoshop before I saved for web. Not sure why they aren’t showing up as brilliant as they were on the blog pic.)
Manual: Read page 41 in the Nikon manual—Exposure. I loved this page! It was all pictures demonstrating how exposure and shutter speed affect aperture. I wish more pages in the manual were like this. I think more people would study their manuals if it was less writing and more images!
Images: Since I didn’t have internet or books, I searched on my computer for professional images to view. Fortunately I found a PDF in my “To Read” folder that I downloaded months ago. It’s from Kevin Kubota called Bring Your Imagery to Life. I browsed through the images and suggestions in that PDF for my viewing today.