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Vanessa Joy and Rob Adams talk Photo and Video Fusion

March 15, 2013 12:36 PM | Deleted user

Saturday March 16, 2013  1pm

Award-winning wedding artists, cinematographer Rob Adams and photographer Vanessa Joy, have joined forces both personally (they're married) and professionally to offer a whole new line of products aimed at bridging the gap between photography and videography.

With VDSLR's being able to capture HD video with the click of a button, are you itching to learn about the feature and how you can use it to enhance your business? Vanessa and Rob will help you start using the video features that your cameras already have.

You'll learn how to:

  • capture clean and professional looking video clips
  • edit your video easily and effectively
  • produce fusion slideshows and digital albums
  • use your fusion products to market yourself and make more money

Rob and Vanessa will also demonstrate how video editing can be done in Adobe Photoshop. By the end of the program you'll see just how easy it is to make your own Fusion product


Vanessa is a trilingual wedding photographer from the great state of New Jersey. She has been involved in photography for over 14 years and spent most of it photographing weddings on the Jersey shore. In her past 18 months of business ownership, Vanessa accomplished many accolades, such as publications in national magazines, numerous awards, yet still consistently book brides while continually raising prices.

Rob Adams began his video career in television over 14 years ago. He later merged into the wedding industry and eventually started his own business in 2006. His business has grown rapidly over the past 3 years as did his passion for finding new creative ventures in the filed as well. Together, Rob and Vanessa developed their own software that enables photographers to easily edit and effect video clips taken with their VDSLR's and prepare them for 1-touch upload to slideshow programs and online video creation services, such as Animoto (

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