February 13, 2013: Michael Muller + WordPress

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Welcome 2013 with a full LADIG event on Wednesday, February 13th!

First, we’ll have Greg Dyro with another of his inimitable Wacky Hacks.

Next, LADIG Webmaster Daniel Sofer will show you how to get started with a WordPress website, as an introduction to his six week class at The Julia Dean Photo Workshops.

muller-509b0c2012418dbFinally, photographer Michael Muller will talk about his photographic adventures, from mountain peaks into the ocean to shoot people and wildlife in their native environment.

muller-4e1cf1cfe45676Michael has worked on campaigns for SPEEDO, NIKE, BILLABONG, DITA EYEWEAR, RANGE ROVER, DODGE, FILA, and VON ZIPPER. He also just finished an extensive Scuba Expedition in The Galapagos Islands for the Swiss watchmaker IWC that is going to help support The Charles Darwin Foundation and UNESCO.

Our February event will be held at the West Hollywood Park Auditorium. Doors open at 6pm for some finger food and conversation, then we’ll get rolling around 7pm.

Admission is $20, $5 for members.

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LADIG Members: Login into the member discounts page to register.

Parking:

Parking is available at the new West Hollywood Public Library at 625 N. San Vicente Blvd., directly south of our meeting location.

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December Holiday Party

December Holiday Party

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Saturday, December 15, 2012

LADIG joins in with the Julia Dean Photo Workshops and ASMPLA for our annual Holiday Party, Saturday Dec. 15 at:

Julia Dean Photo Workshops
755 Seward St.
Los Angeles, CA 90038

Tis’ the season for celebration! We invite you and yours to join us in a HOLIDAY PARTY produced by and designed for the photo community. Open to the general public.

FEATURING

  • Julia Dean’s Four-Decade Retrospective Exhibit “Life in Photography”
  • Member Slide Show
  • Raffle Prizes
  • Photo Booth
  • Delicious Hot Food in the Back Parking Lot!
  • Complimentary Wine, Drinks, Snacks and more!!!

Note: There will not be a print swap due to Julia Dean’s exhibit.

ABOUT JULIA DEAN’S RETROSPECTIVE

Julia Dean’s Life in Photography exhibit encompasses four-decades of work, featuring nearly 80 photographs that encompasses The World in Black & White, A Place in India, The American General Store, Los Angeles Street Shooting and Route 66 – The American Road. Advanced print sales are available at http://juliadean.com/NG

SPONSORS

  • The Julia Dean Photo Workshops
  • A&I Photographic and Digital Services
  • Tin Horn Flats
  • ASMP Los Angeles
  • Los Angeles Digital Imaging Group (LADiG)

Thursday, November 15: LA Web Design Camp

Our sister Adobe User Group, LA Web Professionals is putting on a web design event featuring LADIG’s Lee Varis, Chana Messer of the Adobe Illustrator LA user group and Adobe instructor Brian Wood, November 15 at Barnsdall Park in Hollywood (Hollywood & Vermont).

This event will cover design with Dreamweaver, Photoshop and the Adobe Touch Apps.

You can signup here, and LADIG members can get free admission from the link on the LADIG Members page.

Summer Events at LADIG

Besides our July 11th presentation on Time Lapse Photography, we have a few other things planned for this summer:

Next month, probably Wednesday August 15th, we are planning a big event to be held at Canon’s new Hollywood meeting space, with one of Canon’s Explorers of Light photographers to talk with us. More details soon.

We are also working on a Twilight Photo Tour of the recently opened Metro Expo Line, now officially scheduled for Saturday, August 18th at 5PM. This will be a docent-led tour much like our Union Station and Art Deco tours of last summer, starting at 5PM from the Expo Line Culver City Station. All Aboard!

Finally, those of you who attended Lisa Carney’s presentation in June and want to learn more about compositing might consider signing up for her one day intensive workshop on July 21st. I am looking at those Hollywood movie posters with new eyes, especially the ones for The Dark Knight Rises that are everywhere right now: Layers! Noise! Debris!