Jun 30, 2013 · 1:00 PM
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Dan Ballard is back. Rescheduled from snow day in February!
Join us in Wash Park for a fun afternoon of shooting and learning how to see and think creatively! We will spend time walking around the park doing assignments designed to open your mind and help you see the world in a different way. Dan will be giving several short lectures along with the assignments to help you understand the concepts he uses to create strong images. He will also answer any questions that you have about photography and taking better images.
This class will be suitable for all levels of photographers and will be fun first and foremost.
The afternoon will be open to 20 participants from the Front Range Meet Up Group. I expect we will sell out fast!!
We will be meeting in front of the boat house near the parking lot at Downing St. and Exposition Ave. There is parking there, but I imagine it will be mostly full. There is street parking in the area. Please arrive early to find parking.
You do not need to bring a tripod unless you want to.
Dan Ballard is an internationally known travel and landscape photographer from Colorado. His images take you on a visual journey to some of the world's most beautiful and far-reaching corners. Dan has visited over 50 countries on five continents around the globe, and his work has attracted the attention and praise of some of the biggest names and companies in the photo industry.
Dan's images have been on display around the U.S. in museums and galleries, and he has sold images to clients around the globe, including The National Geographic Society and The Travel Channel. He is proud to be on the Mpix, Zenfolio and BlackRapid Pro Teams, and to have strong working relationships with the most trusted names in photography, including SanDisk, ThinkTank Photo, Nik Sofware, and Really Right Stuff. His images have been published in magazines and calendars worldwide, and he has won or been a finalist in numerous prestigious competitions. Large, framed prints of his work can be found at gift and furniture stores around the country. Dan’s image ”Let ‘er Fly” was recently featured in a Smithsonian Channel episode on what makes an award-winning image.
Dan is an accomplished and entertaining keynote speaker and gives presentations on photography around the world at symposiums, festivals, trade shows and workshops.