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Aug 14, 2019
Crush Your Photography Game with Instagram, Lightroom, & Photoshop
Uncorked Studios

In this session, we'll cover tips and tricks to improve your photography game.

Here's what we'll cover: 1. Camera Options - I'll bring my camera gear and we'll talk about Mirrorless, DSLR, Gimbals, Tripods, Phone cameras, 360, Snapchat Spectacles, and much more. You're welcome to bring your gear and show your stuff. 2. Talk types of photography and composition (Portraits, Landscapes, Events, Selfies, etc). 3. Enhancing/Filtering with Lightroom and Snapseed (mobile). 4. Editing with Photoshop. 5. Instagram Stories, formatting, tagging friends, hashtags. Becoming an influencer.

The remaining time left for Q&A. This session will be aimed between beginner and advanced. Everyone is welcome to share and connect with new inspired artists.

Apr 30, 2013
Easy and Inexpensive Screencasting
Red Lion Hotel Portland - Convention Center

Free and open to the public The Red Lion charges the OCCA for using their ballroom. Please help us defray this cost by buying food and beverages. Meetings are held on the last Tuesday of the month (except December).


Agenda: 6:00--6:20 Networking 6:20--7:00 No-host dinner 7:00--7:30 Introductions and announcements 7:30--8:30 Main Presentation (followed by Q&A):

Easy and Inexpensive Screencasting

Screencasting can help you clearly explain concepts to your clients as well as give you instant credibility. But, screencasting programs can be expensive and complex. However, all of us do not always need to create professional quality videos. Sometimes we just need to quickly and clearly convey some information and video is the best way to do so.

Rich will present a guide to inexpensive tools for screencasting which make the process pretty easy and will enable you to create clear instructive videos in little time and at low cost.

Some topics he'll cover are:

Why Video? What hardware is needed? Capturing video and capturing images Sharing with Jing and sharing with Snagit When is Jing better? When is Snagit better? Going beyond the simple tools

Presented by

Rich Wersinger founded RJW Consulting in 1998, and formed as RJW Consulting, LLC in July 2010. In 2007, Rich expanded his services to include screencast videos.

Rich has been helping professionals expand their horizons and realize potential they never thought possible since he was a scout in his teens. His first professional assignment in 1982-1984 was training Royal Saudi Naval Forces officers how to manage the day-to-day activities aboard their small naval vessels. Since then, he has discovered the challenges and successes helping professionals use software applications effectively

Apr 20, 2020
Effectively using video Q&A with Sylvia Salazar of Tono Latino

Please join us for a Q&A session with PIE alum and mentor in residence Sylvia Salazar of Tono Latino, a media company that helps distill politics down to digestible chunks — with a special focus on informing Latinx and Spanish speaking communities.

Sylvia is a Colombian immigrant and a computer engineer turned political activist. Her passion is helping other people understand what is going on in the world of politics and encourage them to become more politically involved and vote. She is determined to change Latinx representation in politics and in media.

As her following has grown, Sylvia has experimented with a number of video formats and has a variety of creative ways to make short form video work. (You can experience her creativity firsthand on Instagram.) She's excited to share that expertise with you.


Oct 11, 2014
Graphic Portland Festival
Old Church

A community driven competition that challenges participants through the use of Video, Lighting, and Interactive Media to stimulate the creation of spectacular illumination installations.

May 10, 2012
Innovation in Motion Panel Discussion: Video Killed the Radio Star
CrowdCompass office in the Ford Building


Keith Wymbs, CMO from Elemental Technologies

Tomas Robertsson, Business Developement from Deltatre

Zeke Camusio, CEO from The Outsourcing Company

Panel event is free but RSVP is required here

Making the argument for the future of video marketing is easy. Actually, it’s not even an argument. Online advertising is growing, and videos are the fastest growing sector. More people are watching videos online, for more hours, and the marketers are waving video flags all around us. Join our video experts in a panel discussion on the future trends of video marketing and video technology. Find out what is disrupting the broadcast video landscape.

This session will provide an overview of how traditional media delivery and advertising are evolving in the Internet age. The session will also delve into some of the key technology trends that are enabling a video everywhere world and how specific initiatives announced by major players in industry over the last year show how quickly these trends are accelerating.

May 16, 2009
Interactive Video Community Meetup
TechShop Portland [closed]

Northwest AudioVisualist Interactive Community Meetup

The Northwest Audiovisualist community is here to bring together artists in the interactive video/multimedia performance disciplines. Our meetings consist of open exchanges of information through demonstrations, screenings, socializing, and hands-on interaction. More information at

Nov 13, 2010
Interactive Video Showcase

Join us Saturday, November 13th for a special showcase of audiovisual performance and interactive art.

8pm-11pm at theSlate cultural incubator in Northwest Portland. Free and open to all. The schedule:

VISITING FROM LONDON! The “Magic Wall” Antique Video Installation

Glitch-Hop-Folk-Tronic and Visuals by one-man-band Midlman Live DVD Album Recording!

Augmented Reality Mural by Studio 1

Interactive Drawing Station by Light Troupe

Multi-mapped surface laser drawing app by Ether Skawtus

You can RSVP on Facebook if you’re into that sort of thing:

Aug 24, 2019
Live Streaming with NinjaBunny9000
Ctrl-H / PDX Hackerspace

Interested in learning the ins and outs of live streaming on Twitch and YouTube? This workshop will go over the basics of software and hardware you'll need to get going with your first streams and discuss the different aspects of stream production like audio processing, overlays, alerts, scheduling, best practices, and more so you can start your journey of sharing your amazing projects and experiences with the world.. LIVE!

Jul 19, 2016
Modern Digital Media Marketing: Adventures in Video
BridgePort Brewery: 1313 NW Marshall St, Portland, OR

Broadcast Commercials, Web Content, Corporate Video, Documentary and Narrative Films Join us on Tuesday, July 19, as Gary Nolton, founding director & D/P at Limbo Films, brings his experiences in broadcast commercials, web content production, corporate video, documentary and narrative films–and some great stories–to AMA PDX’s midsummer luncheon.

Jun 20, 2009
Quartz Composer Workshop
TechShop Portland [closed]

Learn to Make Interactive Video with your Mac!

Free. Reserve your space on Yahoo Upcoming

We are very lucky to have Surya Buchwald (also known as Momo the Monster) teaching a Quartz Composer workshop.

Quartz Composer (QC) is a free, powerful easy-to-use visual programming language for the Apple Macintosh. This workshop will take you from starting the program for the first time to building your own Interactive scene controlled with a gamepad. You’ll learn how to teach yourself QC, and meet others with whom you can collaborate and troubleshoot. No programming experience necessary.

For more information about QC, see: To play with an interactive video piece (written by Surya), go to — click and hold your mouse on the video and move it around to control the video.

Immediately following the QC workshop, from 3-6pm, we will have a meeting of the NorthWest AudioVisualists, a new group of artists, musicians, animators, and video jockeys, which will include live performances using QC. See for more information.


Macintosh computer running 10.5 (Leopard). Anything from a G4 iBook to a Mac Pro tower will work.

Gamepad (Mac-compatible). We recommend the Logitech Dual Action (either Apple Only or USB), which looks like a Playstation controller and can be purchased for $20 (from GameStop, Fred Meyer, Fry’s, Best Buy, etc.). You can use any USB controller or joystick, but this one will be the easiest with which to follow along.

XCode - This can be installed from your System DVD that came with your computer - it used to be called ‘Developer Tools’. It will install the components needed to develop software on your machine, including our Quartz Composer program. After installing, do a system update.

Apr 21, 2018
TEDxPortland Livestream


PDX. Stumptown. Rose City.

Portland has many nicknames, but perhaps the most enduring is Bridgetown — a nod to our iconic bridges and the culture of acceptance that fuels our creativity. Portland’s famed bridges represent our progress and expose our challenges. From a past tarnished with racial inequality to a present that seeks to transcend that story. Year 8 is dedicated to building the future of Portland as an equitable, hopeful, and prosperous city for all. We will explore the duality with each speaker and their idea.

Oct 13, 2010
Tweet, Tag, Post, & Friend: New Research on Nonprofit Use of Social Media
Mercy Corps NW

Are social media channels working to help nonprofits engage their current audience? Recruit new supporters? Raise money? Idealware’s Andrea Berry will talk through the results of six months of social media research. She will cover what tools nonprofits are using, how well they think they work, and what specific goals each can help nonprofits accomplish. Talking through tools including Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, LinkedIn, blogs, photo sharing, and video sharing sites, Andrea will discuss ways to help nonprofits decide which channels are right for them.

Agenda: 5:30 - Networking 6:00 - Presentation by Andrea Berry 6:30 - 7:15 Group Discussion 7:15-7:30 Networking

Andrea Berry, Idealware’s Director of Partnership and Learning, oversees Idealware’s fundraising and training activities, including the Field Guide to Nonprofit Software, training and online seminars. Prior to joining Idealware, Andrea held fundraising positions in education, health research and at museums, and has taught math, performing arts and history in traditional and non-traditional educational settings.

Nov 9, 2010
Using Windows 7 - Portland PC Users Group - Visitors Welcome
Gateway Elks Lodge

Using Windows 7 What is New & What You Need to Know to Get More Done A Microsoft guest speaker will demonstrate key features that will make your computing easier. A good question and answer session follows.

This is a real Users Group with both computer professionals and hobbyists. You will feel at home. Enjoy our special guest speaker, enjoy the venue and enjoy the company of other PC users.

Great venue: free parking, digital projector with huge screen, WiFi, etc. Sample newsletter on home page of our website. Venue: Gateway Elks Lodge in the Gateway district. 711 NE 100th Ave, just N. of Glisan St. Non-Elks welcome – just sign in as guests. Thank you to the Elks for letting us use your meeting room on Tuesday! No charge tonight. Bring a friend.

May 20, 2010
Webvisionary Awards
Someday Lounge

Each year, in conjunction with the conference, WebVisions honors the most visionary, daring, and curious talent on the web by awarding them with a miniature robot. We wanted to make this award show different in every way, other than the winners receiving an award part.

This year, we have a comedian for a host, a killer DJ to supply the beat, and presentation karaoke to kick it off.

An 'A-list' group of robot lovin' luminaries will judge the awards, including typography icon Roger Black, Mark Frauenfelder of MAKE Magazine and, Merlin Mann of, Molly Holzschlag of, Renny Gleeson of Weiden+Kennedy, Armin Vit of UnderConsideration, Scott Porad of LOLCATS and many others.

Oh, and did we mention that WebVisions attendees get a special 2-for-1 deal? What are you waiting for? The deadline is April 15th.

The Webvisionary Awards are sponsored by WebTrends, 52 Ltd and Hot Pepper Studios.

For more information visit:

Oct 25, 2013
|CoR| Oregon Territorial LAN
through Evergreen PCA Building; Beaverton, Oregon

We are hosting a LAN Party in Beaverton.

60+ seats with gigabit connections. 2 hosted game servers. Some games will be available for demo while at the LAN for those considering owning the full game later.

We will have both a Steam game server and a non steam server. Both will be connect tot he LAN and available to join games and play new friends at the LAN.

Please see our site for information and registration. Those with advanced registration will be given preference at the LAN party for seating.

Admission fee may be waved for those who can not afford to pay full price (email for free tickets). Additional donations always welcome.