Seminars / Classes / Tutoring

Hazel Meredith, APSA,MNEC, has been teaching fellow photographers how to utilize Adobe Photoshop Elements (both beginners and intermediates) since 2008. In 2012 she added seminars and classes on “HDR” photography and new for 2014 is be a seminar on “Textures & Overlays – Turn Ho-Hum into a Work of Art”.

She has given seminars at many camera clubs in Connecticut as well as Massachusetts; the Connecticut Association of Photographers; the New England Camera Club Council, the Photographic Society of America, the Gulf States Camera Club Council, the Niagara Frontier Council of Camera Clubs, and the Berks Photographic Society, as well as teaching sessions for the Bridgeport, Milford, and North Haven, CT, Adult Education Departments.

For more information on seminars for your camera club or group, or for information on private tutoring, contact: or call 203-375-1039.




Monday, March 10, 2014

Greater Lynn Photographic Association, Lynn, MA

“HDR – From Capture to Processing”

 Click here for Notes: 1A-HDR – club seminar notes-GLPA

Click here for: Photomatix Slider Explanations


Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Simsbury Camera Club, Simsbury, CT

“HDR – From Capture to Processing” & “Working with Textures”

Click here for Notes: SimsburyCC – HDR & Textures – notes


Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Castle Craig Camera Club, Meriden, CT

“Working with Textures & Overlays - Turn Ho Hum into a Work of Art”

Click here for Notes: Castle Craig – Working with Textures – Seminar Notes


 June 6-8, 2014

Berks Photographic Society

55th Annual Photographic Conference

Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA

“HDR – The Natural Look” &

“Working with Textures & Overlays - Turn Ho Hum into a Work of Art”


July 31 – August 1, 2014

Southwestern Michigan Council of Camera Clubs

Summer Weekend of Photography & Digital Imaging

Hope College, Holland, MI

“HDR – The Natural Look”


October 25-26, 2014

Macro Photo Conference

Sponsored by Tamron and Hunt’s Photo + Video

Hilltop Hotel and Conference Center, Seekonk, MA

“Working with Textures & Overlays - Turn Ho Hum into a Work of Art” for all the details!



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