hazel meredith

Hazel Meredith, APSA, HonNEC

Hazel Meredith is an award-winning photographer and a sought-after teacher, speaker, and competition judge. She began teaching in 2007, and now does seminars at camera clubs and conferences across the U.S. – both in-person and virtual. She offers her own workshops and webinars, and has done webinars for several software companies.

She released her first eBook, “Working with Textures & Overlays: Turn Ho-Hum into a Work of Art” in 2015, the sequel in April 2019. She released her first course, “Creating Your Own Textures” in 2022 and “Understanding Typography & Creating Word Art” in 2023. Hazel loves the creative aspect of photography and post-processing, especially the use of textures, overlays and software to create unique images. She enjoys teaching and sharing her techniques to assist other photographers in realizing their own creative visions. In 2017 she and her husband, Dave, founded the “Creative Photography Conference” in New England. After several successful in-person events, they began holding Virtual Conferences with attendees from around the world.

Hazel is actively involved with the photographic community, and has held leadership roles and received honorary distinctions from several organizations. In the Fall of 2020 she was the recipient of the Ashbrook Award for Digital Imaging Instruction from the Photographic Society of America. She believes that camera clubs are a great way to share the passion of photography and keep learning and sharing new techniques.

Conference Programs:

Creative Editing with the Nik Collection

The Nik Collection 6 is one of my favorite plug-ins! I will demonstrate some of my favorite tools and techniques of this versatile software. Add multiple filters; create vintage film looks; great black and white; and much more!

hazel meredith
hazel meredith
hazel meredith

Hazel Meredith – Using Multiple Textures in Your Art

Most of you know that textures are my favorite way to make an image uniquely my own. I will demonstrate how I use multiple textures to create the mood I want for my image – from painterly pastels to grungy and dark!

hazel meredith
hazel meredith

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