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The Amazing Night Sky Presented by Jennifer Wu

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Two things you must do to register for this class:

1. RSVP here FIRST and then . . .

2. You MUST register for this class ($10) on our Canon site here:

http://www.learn.usa.canon.com/events_calendar/event_details/cll_events/20131217_sanfran_nightsky_cllsf.shtml
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This is your chance to see Jennifer Wu, Canon Explorer of Light!  A rare opportunity for only $10!!!

Photographing after sunset and before sunrise offers a whole new world of images and photographic opportunities. We often think it is too dark to photograph, but the camera can pick up the subtle light that our eyes do not see because the seemingly infinite darkness of the night is subtly lit by the stars and planets. Learn how to photograph the stars, the Milky Way, the moon and long exposures of the ocean surf for a wispy effect. Learn about the quality of light at night and how to use light in your photographs, especially when twilight offers beautiful light after sunset and before sunrise. It has characteristics that photographers can take advantage of and nature photographer/instructor Jennifer Wu will offer tips and suggestions for photographing it. She discusses light painting techniques that can be used on trees, rocks and buildings to add another dimension to night photography.

Jennifer takes you on a visual journey through the night sky in time-lapse movies you will surely enjoy. This inspiring and entertaining presentation is a must see for any one interested in photographing the moon, twilight, the Milky Way and night sky.

About the Photographer:

Jennifer Wu, a professional photographer since 1992, is a nature and landscape photographer as well as photographing the night sky and stars. Jennifer was named by Canon USA to the elite group of photographers, The Explorers of Light. Canon states, "The Explorers Of Light program is a group of 42 of the world's best photographers, united in their love and passion for photographic excellence. They also share a common desire to contribute back to the industry with a willingness to share their vision and passion with others." Jennifer enjoys sharing her enthusiasm and passion for nature photography in lectures and workshops for Canon. She is especially proud that Canon publishes her spectacular sky photographs in magazines and their professional camera brochures.

Jennifer received her BA in photography from California State University, Sacramento and had been photographing for over 25 years. Her images, featured in numerous magazines and books. Whenever she is not on nature expeditions at some of the most beautiful locations in the world, she exhibits her images at galleries and art shows.

She taught photography and digital imaging at California State University Sacramento. She now enjoys lectures, seminars and speaking events as well as leading workshops for Light Photographic Workshops, Canon Live Learning and aFilm International Film Workshops Barcelona, Spain. She leads workshops to Namibia, Yosemite, Death Valley, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Iceland.

View her images at www.jenniferwu.com

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  • Marcelino N.

    Just like the title said, the presentation was "Amazing"!!! Jennifer is an Amazing photographer and her presentation was very informative. I really liked that she included all the settings with each example. Thanks for a great presentation.

    December 19, 2013

  • Paul G.

    I've seen a lot of photography. I collect it and even have a few pieces of my own work in some lesser museums. Jennifer's work is some of the most beautiful work I have ever seen. She is very clear, direct, and open as to how she produces her work. This workshop was tremendously helpful.

    December 18, 2013

  • Ken M.

    Absolutely fabulous
    Jennifer spoke for a long time, and very appreciated. I really got a lot out of her presentation. Canon is going to be happy that I am now in the market for Jen"s go to 24mm 1.4 lens.

    December 18, 2013

  • Mike W.

    I see that I attended the event,...not! I would have liked to but when I checked the list yesterday I was still 5 down on the waiting list. A sarcastic thank you to those that cancelled at the LAST MINUTE!

    December 18, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I expected an excellent presentation and it was delivered. Jennifer knows how to communicate. She has broken everything down so it's understandable and logical. I am so glad I attended.

    December 18, 2013

  • Kay

    Amazing! Her passion is infectious! Lots of techniques you can use were presented a log with breathtakingly beautiful photographs!

    December 17, 2013

  • Jennifer W.

    I am looking forward to giving the presentation! It is full of a ton of great information on photographing at night and the stars along with stories from the field. See you there! Jen

    2 · November 11, 2013

    • Jim R.

      Coy, this is classroom only. Thanks for your question!

      1 · November 11, 2013

    • Ira S.

      Argghh - I put it on the calendar for TOMORROW night, and my time machine is in the shop!

      Hope you give it again soon.

      Ira

      December 17, 2013

  • steve G.

    Excellent speaker

    December 17, 2013

  • Gerald W.

    Intense, excellent information, beautiful photographs. Lots of information to take away and use the next time I'm out photographing at night.

    December 17, 2013

  • Ken M.

    I've been told I do my best work in the dark, looking forward to being there. LOL

    November 11, 2013

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