Six Week Windows Server Course

I am currently working on plans to host a 6 week Windows Server Course. We will be learning Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012. This course will be different from my current courses. This course will be LIVE. This will mean that you will have to be present in our virtual classroom one night a week for six weeks. Each class session will be 2 hours long and will be on EST. We will provide breaks during the sessions.

These sessions will be interactive. My target class size will be no more then 15. This will allow amble time for questions and conversion.

I hope to begin the first course in October 2014. I am still working out details and drilling down a perfect time for as many of you to attend as possible.

If you are interested please email me now. Thanks: jackstechcorner@gmail.com.

 

 

HDR High Dynamic Range

We all love pictures, that is why many of you read this blog and watch my You Tube videos. But what do you or would you think of a picture with such detail and depth that is almost pulls you into the shot?

Step over to HDR, High Dynamic Range photography. It is so easy to take pictures in HDR that I don’t know why more people do not jump on this band wagon. So is every picture better in HDR? No be careful of portraits in HDR, I have met some people that can pull this off but not many. The main issue with people is if they move you will get an effect called ghosting.

To get a HDR shot the steps are simple. First see if you camera had a bracketing setting. If it does turn it on, you will be shooting three pictures. One normal exposure, one over exposure and one under exposure. The idea is that you will capture all of the ranges and tones in the scene.

There is great software to merge you pictures into HDR. I say this because once you put the pictures onto your computer you have to merge the three shots together to make one.

I will be teaching this LIVE on Sunday morning Feb. 16, 2014 at 10:00 AM EST. Please join me at: The Photography Guy.

HDR