David Ziser is honored to be the featured 2017 Legends of Photography Tour speaker in Orlando, FL on March 28, 2017.
He is an internationally renowned wedding and portrait photographer, as well as an author and trainer. David has shared his knowledge with tens of thousands of photographers in five languages in 14 countries worldwide.
At his course, you will learn creative lighting and composition techniques. David has a unique way to make your lighting EXCITING and ACCURATE, allowing you to spend less time in post production.
Whether you you on-camera flash, off-camera flash, or no camera flash at all, David will show you how easy it is to make your images come ALIVE. It is all in the secret of COMPOSITION.
Join David at this course in beautiful Orlando, FL and you will leave with a wealth of new knowledge.
In 2016, the Camera Craftsman of America inducted David into the oldest photographic organization in America and one of the most renowned in the world. Over the years, he has received numerous accolades, with the American Society of Photographers bestowing David with the honor of “fellow” - a distinction only given to 105 of the world’s best photographers.
Students and professionals who have experienced David’s “Digital WakeUp Call Tours” have referenced his course as some of the best digital photography, lighting and marketing seminars available today.
David currently publishes DigitalProTalk.com, a five day a week blog dedicated to the aspiring professional photographer looking to enhance his/her photography, Photoshop, Lightroom and business and marketing skills. It’s been called one of the best photo blogs available.
David’s best-selling five-star rated book on Amazon, “Captured by the Light” (LINK HERE) has been hailed as, “…quite possibly the best book ever written on wedding photography.”
David continues his 40 year career as being one of the leading trainers in the industry.
This is a remarkable opportunity to learn from David at a unique venue on the 2017 Legends of Photography Tour!
Samples of David Ziser's work can be found below, or on his website at www.ziser.com.