Between Jack and myself we thought it would make sense to revive this part of the forum, as we agree is suffered from a lack of interaction on my part.
Therefore, I'd like to kick this off by letting you know about a few things coming up in July and also ask for your feedback!
July is very much a travel month for me which is fitting as we are moving into holiday / vacation season. However, this doesn't mean live-streaming will stop, on the contrary its pretty busy!
We start the month with a Color Editor Masterclass
I will be joined by our ambassador Paul Reiffer, and we will tag team it, digging into all the powerful options that live in the Color Editor.
If you never want to miss out, on the Livestream section of the forum, hit the FOLLOW button in the top right. This way whenever a new Livestream is posted you will be notified! I will do some updates later on today to make sure everything is current for the month of July.
Speaking of, this is also a good opportunity for myself and Paul to introduce our schedule for the rest of that month as we will be travelling to the Midwest of the USA for a content building trip.
These Livestreams will be hosted just on Youtube as we potentially might have to be a bit fluid with timing and adjusting that on our Livestream platform, Bigmarker, adds a layer of complexity we might not need whilst being chased by bears and Yosemite Sam.
Here's what's coming up on YouTube
July 13th - Jackson Hole. As we begin exploring Jackson Hole, we'll stop and reveal edited photos from two earlier photoshoots from the tour – showing the mesmerizing Chicago cityscape and Bonneville Salt Flats.
July 15th - Augmented Reality - In this Livestream, Soloman Smith, the visionary behind Smith and CO Galleries, will join David and Paul to cover the dynamic client-to-photographer workflow that drives their creative process.
July 19th - Yellowstone - David and Paul meet with Brian Creek, an Authorized Permittee of Yellowstone, wildlife and nature photographer, in this Midwest Livestream finale.
Please FOLLOW us on YouTube too and if you hit the NOTIFY bell next to any of those Livestreams you will know when we are live.
In some good news our team at Customer Success is growing from strength to strength which will mean more time to up date and refresh a lot of the tutorials and tool introductions that we have on Capture One.
If I can open up the discussion about these I would love your feedback.
- How is the format for you? (i.e Screen recording + voice over). Is there anything we can do to make it easier to follow or more instructive? Or does it work well as is?
- Guest educators. We have a very popular tethered tutorial created by Rob Grimm. I personally love this format too, so we could look to add more of the "visible instructor" type format if you agree this is valid.
- Anything else? What do we miss? Any other days you would like to see how the future of Capture One Learning content is shaped?
Anyway, thanks for reading my longer than intended post. :D
I hope to see you throughout July
Global Manager of Product Training
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