Videos & More

Videos & More 2017-09-30T13:01:13+00:00

Below are a few of my videos, webinars and more. Enjoy!

View more videos on my Jack Graham Vimeo page.

Alaska

July 2017 – Workshop Scouting Trip to Alaska. Some absolutely AMAZING images and video!  Consider joining us for the Alaska Landscape & Bears Workshop in July, 2018.

Oregon coast

Want to know what a Jack Graham Photo Workshop is like? Come along with us to the Oregon Coast and get a glimpse of what you’ll experience during one of these renowned photography workshops:

Fujifilm Summit in Townsend, TN, April 2017

A harbor on Whidbey Island, WA

The road to Monument Valley

Hunt’s Mesa, Arizona

View more videos on my Jack Graham Vimeo page.

WEBINARS & MORE:

The First GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN PHOTOGRAPHY SUMMIT, October 2015, was a fantastic gathering of landscape & wildlife photographers.  Some have asked for my slideshow presentation — so HERE IT IS (large file, may take a moment to download).

Watch the NIK Hangout On Air: What to expect from a Photo Workshop. Hosted by Laurie Rubin with macro photographer, Mike Moats, and I discussing the ins and outs of leading a photographic workshop and what you should expect from one.

At the 2013 NANPA Summit in Jacksonville Fla., I took part in a panel discussion (live web-streamed) held by Nik Software.  …. Here is the link.  I was honored to be on a panel along with Justin Black, Lewis Kemper, Mike Moats, Piper McKay and Laurie Rubin. Host Scott Sheppard of Nik Radio fame asked some great questions …..  Check it out!!!

NIK RADIO INTERVIEW  “Keeping it Simple” Webinar on the techniques using the Nik Software suite to create the final image. This is a complete workflow, from camera RAW through the completion of the process. I will demonstrate how easily you can use each program in a structured manner and bring out the best in your files. From the photo art of HDR Efex Pro to the feature packed Color Efex Pro 4, Viveza 2 and the rest of the Nik Complete Collection, you will see how to use these programs easily, and “keeping it simple” to produce the final product.