Photos Alive 2 is the second of a three part workshop series presented by John Hodgson and organised by the South Coast & Goolwa Camera Clubs. John Hodgson will present this 3 part workshop. John has extensive experience and his Biography and a Course Outline are provided at the end of this document. Photos Alive 2. It is essential to participate in at least Photos Alive 1 & 2 OR Photos Alive 2 & 3 to get the most out of this workshop series. Photos Alive 3 will be a review and fine tuning session of what has been learnt in the previous two and puting the finishing touches to your project. The best benefit will be achieved by participating in all 3 sessions and a discount for Photos Alive 3 may be offered to those participants who do so. The workshop is designed to equip you with the skills to become to become a proficient user in all aspects of PTE AV Studio (Pictures To Exe) software and whilst those skills will be able to be applied to other AV software programs, that is something individual participants will have to do themselves. There are numerous AV / Audio Visual / Slideshow software programs available, and whilst the principle is the same, the way each goes about achieving the end result is different. It is simply not possible to find someone who has a complete knowledge of each program, but if you become proficient in one, you are well on your way to applying those skills to others.
Program for FRIDAY May 21st 2021. Venue: (note change) .... The Gospel Ctr. George Main Rd. Victor Harbor (opposite High school). 3.30pm: Photos Alive 2 presented by John Hodgson 5pm: CLOSE.
IMPORTANT REGISTRATION NOTES. PLEASE READ:There is a fee of $25* per person (MEMBERS of SCCC & GCC). Non Members $35 to cover presenters costs and hall hire. Fee is for EACH workshop. *Please note Fee may actually be less depending on number of registrants as the new venue is a lot cheaper than the previous one. Venue hire fee will split amongst registrants.
**** Photos Alive 2 will go ahead as the required number of registrants has been achieved. ****
Register below. No fee is payable to register.
Once the minimum number is reached you will be emailed at the supplied address to pay the registration fee in full.
If the minimum number is not reached by May14th the workshops will be cancelled & registrants will be notified by email supplied.
Maximum numbers are also limited and is "first in first served".
A laptop with a free trial copy of PTE AV Studio (Pictures to Exe) installed is required (you can purchase it if you desire). This trial is only active for 30 days, so do not install it too early. **SEE THE SPECIAL OFFER BELOW**
A **SPECIAL OFFER** for Registrants of the Photos Alive Workshop series. After discussion with PTE AV Studio (Pictures To Exe) we have been offered a 20% discount on the purchase of either version (Standard or Pro for Windows users) please read their website info to determine which version will suit you. Mac users will need to purchase the Pro version. DISCOUNT CODE IS: AU84592 (enter this in the Coupon Code box)
First Steps in Audio Visual
Course outline: The course is intended for those with little or no prior experience in AV production. It will be based on PTE AV Studio (Pictures to EXE) software, which is the software most commonly used by AV makers in South Australia. Course components will include: The nature of Audio Visuals Software for AV Production Planning an AV Processing & sizing Images Music, voice and sound effects Constructing an AV – image sequencing, dissolves, integration of sound tracks, titles Scripting an AV Do’s and don’ts in AV production Adding polish to an AV There will be ample opportunities for questions and discussion during the course.
Tutor: John Hodgson EFIAP/b, AV-EFIAP, FAPS, AV-MAPS, ESFIAP, Hon. FAPS, Hon. AFB John has been active in amateur photography in Australia for nearly 40 years. Over that time, he has exhibited with considerable success at both national and international level, winning numerous awards for monochrome prints and, more recently, colour prints and audio-visual sequences. In 1985 he co-founded “Printworks”, an international print exhibitors group which has established itself as one of Australia’s most successful such groups. Since 2007, John’s photographic interests have centred on Audio-Visuals, and he has won more than 90 National and 25 International awards, both for individual sequences, and for sequences co-authored with his wife, Judith. Awards include a FIAP Gold Medal in the 2013 Romanian AV International, an RPS Bronze Medal in the 2016 RPS AV International, and the FIAP Badge for top exhibitor in the 2011 Adelaide AV International. Since 1980, John has judged regularly at club, state, national and international level, including Adelaide, Sydney, VIGEX and Maitland Internationals and the Adelaide International AV Festival. In 2007, he accepted an invitation to be one of the judges for the 12th China International, conducted in Lishui, China, and was a jury member for the Royal Photographic Society’s AV International at Cirencester in 2014. In 2017 and 2018 he was a judge for the Photographic Society of New Zealand’s International Exhibition. For more than 20 years, John has been involved in photographic administration, serving several terms on the Management Committee of the South Australian Photographic Federation, serving as Judging Coordinator for the Federation from 1999 to 2011, and serving two-year terms as Junior Vice-President, Senior Vice-President, President and Immediate Past-President of the Australian Photographic Society. He served as Chair of the organising committee for the 2004 and 2009 APS National Conventions (APSCON) and from 2010 to 2011 was Executive Director, Honours for the APS. Since 2011 John has chaired the organising committee for the Adelaide International AV Festival and has been a member of the APS AV Group Council. John has given presentations at photographic conventions both in Australia and overseas, and has a particular interest in landscape, architectural and still life photography, and audio-visual productions. His work has appeared in a number of books and magazines and is in public and private collections in several countries. Seven of his AV sequences have been selected for the FIAP Permanent Collection.
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