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The Art of Creativity, Palm Beach Gardens, Fl
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January 16-19, 2018
The Art of Processing, Palm Beach Gardens, Fl
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January 21-24, 2018
February 18 -27, 2018
April 30-May 5th ,2018
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Sept 26 -Oct 6, 2018
2018 Sacred Japan-
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Nov 4 -Nov 19, 2018
February 18-27 2019
2019 Sail Greenland Ice and Auroras-
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Sept 14 -Sept25, 2019
Speaking Engagements & Gallery Exhibits
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Seth Resnick is available to lecture. Usually his fee and expenses are partially covered by B&H and Nikon so there is minimal to your membership. Programs are generally 3 hours.
Current programs are:

" what are the ingredients that make images work"

Seeing Color & Enhancing Creativity is a creative program that seeks to reinvigorate your capacity for creativity. Creativity is fueled by experiences, sights, sounds and smells. Sitting still won't bring new ideas in; experimenting and trying new things will jog your creativity. Becoming a better photographer is really about training yourself to make your mind's eye more creative. It's about how to look for, see, and create better images. While some of this is intuitive, other parts of this take training. Rather than just taking pictures, this seminar will help refine your creative vision and help you create more effective and compelling images bringing your creativity to a new level. We will explore why some images work and why others don't, and work on specific exercises and techniques to improve your overall creative process.

The Road from Journalism to Fine Art

This lecture is a creative lecture about the highlights and frustrations of 35 years shooting journalism, corporate, advertising and now fine art. Sitting still won’t bring new ideas in; experimenting and trying new things will jog your creativity. Practice, practice, practice. Creativity is like a muscle that you need to flex regularly. In much the same way that our bodies get out of shape without using our muscles, as a photographer our cognitive and visual capabilities decrease if we don’t try new thing. We must push boundaries to succeed and continuing pushing boundaries even when there seem that there are no more to push. This lecture will seek to balance what the client wants or needs and the visual voice of the photographer.

Resilience & Rejuvenation, or How to Last & Love What You Do

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

No one ever accused a creative mind of being organized. The two don't usually go hand in hand. But when you're a photographer, being organized is invaluable. And if you're shooting digitally, it's crucial. Utilizing the 7 modules of Lightroom 4 Seth Resnick will demonstrate detailed workflow, digital asset management, processing and image delivery. You'll also learn to tag, name, size, and sharpen your images so they're perfect for reproduction. Plus, you'll become an expert in keeping every image you shoot organized and archived.

Many photographers assume that the switching to digital simply means changing equipment and using a digital camera instead of film. This philosophy couldn't be farther from the truth. The entire process of digital is different from analog. This lecture sponsored by Canon's Explorer of Light Program will provide valuable information to those of all levels of experience in digital imaging. It will feature a format that is taught in English not Ubergeek and will focus on the "Hows" of digital capture, file prep and delivery. Some topics include: Lightroom, Photoshop CS5, Camera Raw, Bridge, raw vs. jpg, color space, white balance, understanding histograms, interpolation, digital exposure vs. film, digital problems and answers, sharpening, metadata, archiving and digital negative format. Resnick is a rare melange of inspiration, business acumen, creativity and tech-no-fluency. He is considered a leader in untangling the snarl of digital issues that frustrates many film and digital photographers. Seth has been working hand in hand with Adobe as an alpha developer aiding in making workflow a breeze for photographers.

For Additional Info: please contact me at sethres@sethresnick.com 561-249-6676
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Some recent memos regarding my lectures:

Hello Mr. Resnick,

I'm writing to tell you how much everyone (especially myself) loved your presentation at South Florida Camera Club . I want you to know how valuable the knowledge and experiences you shared with us were to me. I recently got to do a presentation about my photography at a university to students that are interested in they type work I do. This was my first presentation so I was quite nervous. Because your presentation is the best I have seen, I went over what you did in my mind to prepare for this event. This helped me emmencely so I wanted to let you know how much it meant to me...

Dear Members
I am always amazed by no matter how long I am in this business or how far along I am in my career, by the little gems of knowledge I pick up, just by being at ASMP meetings. Last Wednesday evening many of those gems were offered by Seth Resnick (founder of D-65 workshops) who gave us a great presentation of both his personal images and working techniques.

I know what most of you are thinking; I've have seen it all! What could be new out there?
Well think of this.When most of us started out, one camera and three lenses got you through most assignments for years. Today, forget about the ever-changing world of digital cameras, let's look at the constantly evolving world of programs and their workflows.
Personally, if had I stayed comfortably in my office over the last two years, today I would be like the mountain man who came to town trying to figure out what writing is all about without even knowing an alphabet existed!

Within the first 20 minutes, Seth opened my eyes to a color management technique in the workflow that made so much sense, I implemented it the very next day when a client called to crunch me with one of those Say what?????!!!! impossible deadlines where I had to deal with an outside printing service whose final result I would not be able to see before the delivery overseas for which I would be responsible for. Result….right on target and I became the hero. For that gem of info and many others plus a healthy dose of inspiration, thank you Seth.

Dear Seth,
I just wanted to pass on a HUGE thank you from the members of Kendall Camera Club, for your sponsorship of Seth Resnick last week. He totally impressed everyone and, more importantly, inspired us! His images were BEAUTIFUL and he was an excellent speaker, combining personal anecdotes, both touching and humorous. We had a full house attend (a little over 100 people) and I have already received requests to have Seth back next year.

Thank you again!

Hi Seth,

I just wanted to thank you for a great talk on Thursday night. I am sorry I didn't get to meet you in person. I came late (which is not usual for me) and had to leave early (which I always do), but was so enthralled with the lecture that I didn't even notice the time until you said something! It was a very inspiring (and somewhat humbling) talk

To our members:

His generosity and enthusiasm is endless, and he's simply one of those very special people who's firing on all cylinders at all times; he's truly an exceptional person. If you own a camera, have an interest in communicating with pictures, and/or of being in the business of photography, he is your friend. Period. You are already connected with him. What you will gain from a "dose of Seth" is born out of his unselfish
love and passion for photography.