Creation of a digital slide show set to music is the focus of the February 9 talk by Richard Holmes. Everyone should be able to do this with the equipment they already have. Richard will explain general procedures and techniques that should apply to any slideshow software program, whether on Mac or PC. Richard also feels music is just as important as the photos in a successful slideshow presentation, and will also illustrate that.
Richard’s bio reads as follows:
I have been in Boulder for thirty years and a photo club member for most of that time. Nearly everyone starts out with scenic photography and so did I. After seeing so many beautiful wildlife photos in the early years, especially birds, I became hooked on wildlife, and traveled extensively to photograph birds. Forty thousand slides later I converted to digital and kept doing it. Interests evolve however, and recently dragonflies, butterflies, and other small critters have been my main attraction, causing me to buy still another lens.
Flatirons Photo Club and Colorado Nature Camera Club, I must say, made all this possible. Over the years I have met and learned so much from so many talented photographers in both clubs. And I am still learning.