Award winning bird and nature photographer Robert Amoruso is presenting an in-the-field and in-the-classroom Photography Workshop as a Special Fundraiser for Orange Audubon Society on February 2, 2013 at Orlando Wetlands Park (OWP) near Christmas, Florida.
Robert, a renowned and well respected photographer and teacher, is presenting this workshop to complement the OAS’s Kit and Sidney Chertok Florida Native Nature Photography Contest. If you’ve ever wanted to know how to move your images from ordinary to extraordinary, this is the workshop for you. Robert will cover topics such as composition, visual design and dynamics, understanding light and how it affects your photography and more.
The setting at Orlando Wetlands Park provides opportunities for beautiful sunrise images, so the workshop will get underway at 6:00 a.m.
After spending time in the field capturing images, the workshop moves to the OWP education center for a question and answer session, and a slide program to emphasize the topics covered in the field, and a session on what constitutes a winning image from a judge’s perspective. Participants should have a good working knowledge of digital SLR photography.
The in-the-field portion of the workshop is hands-on, so bring your photography equipment. The indoor sessions does not require a computer and the presentations will be given to you on a CD.
Cost and details
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Cost: $45 (members); $55 (non-members)
Class limit: 12 participants. Children aged 12–15 may register, but require parent on site.