In addition to talking about some of my favorite features about the X Series cameras and sharing tips with viewers, I answered questions that participants typed in the chat window during the presentation. I have to say, this was actually my favorite part of the webinar, and I wish I could have spent more time answer questions.
I’m pretty comfortable speaking in front of large groups and doing live presentations, but it’s a little weird just sitting there talking to the computer. 😀 Usually you interact and feed off of the people in front of you, which makes it more natural. Without that element, I was little nervous, but I got through it ok and had fun.
I could see the chat window while I talked, and it was cool to recognize some of the names that showed up in the message. Thanks to everyone who attended the live event and thanks for all of your questions. I hope you enjoyed it! Also, thanks to Rocky Nook for hosting the webinar.
Mercedes from Rocky Nook sent me the entire chat window transcript, so I have all of the questions you guys asked me during the webinar. I’ll go through them and answer as many of them as I can in a future blog post.
This Wednesday at 11:00AM PST, I’ll be doing a free live webinar with Mercedes Murray from Rocky Nook called 5 Things You Should Know About Your Fujifilm X Series Camera.
I’ll be highlighting some of the information from my new book, FUJIFILM X SERIES UNLIMITED, which is the new paperback version of my bestselling eBook. It teaches you everything you need to know in order to get the most from your Fuji and it’s become the essential go-to guide resource for Fuji users around the world.
I’ll choose a few of the settings in detail and expand on how I personally use them in my own photography. We’ll also be doing a Q&A and Live Chat with participants, so if there’s something specific about the Fuji system, or photography in general you’ve been wanting to ask me, this is a great time to get a personal response!
I’m looking forward to this, and not only because I get to talk about photography and the Fuji cameras, but because I know that I’ll get a chance to field questions from you guys as well! Plus you get to see the face and hear the voice behind the book. 😀
Based in Utah, Aaron and Brendan are both avid shooters and are both very much into Milky Way photography. They spend many nights up very late chasing clear skies in the desert lands outside Salt Lake City.
Through their PhotogAdventures site, they do weekly podcasts, and offer a number of tutorials videos on image processing, as well as the options to do 1-ON-1 tutorial Skype calls to answer question about Lightroom, Photoshop, or other apps and photography techniques.
In addition, Aaron and Brendan offer custom, 2-On-1 private instruction. They’ll pick you up from the airport and take you to some of their favorite locations. If you’re in the Salt Lake area and are looking for a good photo adventure, it might be worth looking into.
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