|Sent on:||Wednesday, July 4, 2012 11:51 AM|
STARTING THIS SUNDAY!
Tired of bland, boring or just outright bad vacation and nature photographs?
Whether your travels take you to exotic locales or just the local forest preserve, you can learn how to shoot like a pro. Learn powerful techniques for photographing people, landmarks, landscapes and wildlife. Discover why you should wake up early and nap at noon, and where to put stuff in the frame (a.k.a. composition).
Classroom instruction will alternate with field trips for hands-on practice. To get the most benefit from this course you should have a basic understanding of digital or film (35mm) photography and own a camera with manual setting capability and a tripod.
I'll be teaching this class at Fremont's Central Park. It will be 3 3-hour sessions, 5pm - 8pm for the next three Sundays, 7/8 - 7/15 and 7/22.
We'll have lots of hands-on practical advice and guidance. We will take advantage of low-sun, sunset, and dusk light for scenics as well as environmental portraits.
Please go here to check out the class.