Sandy Puc' And Jared Abrams Bring The 'If It Moves, Shoot It' Motion & Stills Photography Workshop To Portland

Top Quote Puc' and Abrams' workshop educates professional photographers on how to implement DSLR video capabilities into their business. End Quote
  • Portland-Vancouver, OR-WA (1888PressRelease) May 20, 2011 - Prominent photographer Sandy Puc' and expert cinematographer Jared Abrams have teamed up to bring the innovative If It Moves, Shoot It: Merging Motion and Stills workshop to over 15 cities in the United States. This is the second educational photography workshop this year for Sandy Puc' and this particular seminar aims to pave the way for the future of combining still photography and video technology by informing photographers of all skill levels on the powerful video capability featured on the popular DSLR cameras.

    Now that digital video shooting is a common feature on many DSLR cameras, Puc' and Abrams are excited to share their expertise in a comfortable, hands-on approach. Abrams is highly skilled in both still and moving photography and is a leader in this growing industry. By the end of the workshop, photographers will be able to shoot, edit and produce an array of videos with a variety of DSLR cameras.

    "We all know a photographer who was left behind when digital came into the picture. Video is the next revolution in the digital photography world. Don't be left behind. Take this class and learn how incorporating video can help your photography business grow. I am telling all my friends about this class. It was a great learning experience. Thank you Sandy and Jared," said Sara Karam after attending the tour launch in Denver, Colorado.

    If It Moves, Shoot It is a fully interactive seminar that teaches how to merge video and stills together to create never-before-seen products that will make you stand out from ordinary photographers. Amongst the many lessons and tools that will be learned are a comprehensive tutorial on DSLR video functions and a breakdown of video shooting techniques and principles, including frame rate, focusing, tripod use, sound, workflow and more.

    "For me education is a life-long endeavor. Life as we know it is constantly changing, improving, being fine-tuned. What once was available to a select few is becoming mainstream. I am grateful to be a part of this new video movement and for Jared Abrams to share his extensive knowledge so that photographers can affordably learn about new techniques and have the necessary tools to be successful in their craft," Puc' says of the If It Moves, Shoot It workshop series.

    For more information, tour dates or how to register for the If It Moves, Shoot It: Merging Motion and Stills tour, please visit When registering online for the If It Moves, Shoot It tour, use code PRH11 for a $20 discount.

    About Sandy Puc'
    Sandy Puc' currently holds the prestigious titles of Print Master and Explorer of Light from Canon USA. She served on the Board of Directors of the Professional Photographers of America (PPA). She is a frequent contributor to professional journals, and is well known in the photography industry. Her first book, Children's Photography, was released in the spring of 2008. Puc' is a co-founder of Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep, a non-profit organization of photographers that take images of stillborn babies or babies who are expected to die shortly after birth (

    About Jared Abrams
    With more than a decade's worth of experience as a Hollywood-based cinematographer, Abrams brings years of professional cinematic experience to the DSLR photography world. Two years ago when video functionality became prevalent in the DSLR market, Abrams quickly emerged as one of the niche's leading experts. Currently, he is the News Director for and was a founding member of Wide Open Camera-two of the web's leading sources for DSLR video information and education. Abrams' step-by-step workflow is easy to follow and has a track record of producing tangible benefits to any studio's bottom line (

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