|From:||Rae Lynn Newman|
|Sent on:||Monday, April 30, 2012 12:08 PM|
One of our members, Dana, who gave us a short presentation on how she creates beautiful "waterdrop" pictures is announcing a class she is teaching:
I have a class coming up, at NW Center for Photography. I'll be teaching classes there this Spring/Summer, different topics. I've been working hard on it, and I have a full Powerpoint presentation with it also, it should be a good class. The class is not quite half full. Here's the info, below
I have a 2 hour class coming up next month for Water Drop photography, at NW Center for Photography :) Class size is smaller, just 15 students.
Would love to see you there!
NW Center for Photography
Monday, May 14th, 6:30pm
Here's the class description:
Explore the unique possibilities of water drop photography! This class is for beginner skill level, and will cover the basic essentials of getting those amazing water drop photos, including: equipment, props, lighting, camera settings, workflow, and timing.
The class will be divided into three parts: classroom lecture, a live demonstration by the instructor using a simple setup, and then a shooting session—use the equipment to get your own drop photo! This is done using basic, non-timed equipment that everyone can do. During the classroom lecture there will be a slideshow of water drop photos, including photos to illustrate the stages of a drop, and water drop challenges (plus how to get past them). Handouts will be provided, bring a notepad/pen. No cameras needed.
Here is the link, that has the class outline and drop photo examples:
www.nwcenterforphotography.com (Click on workshops, then scroll down to "Drip by Drip...")
Please contact Dana directly for question abou this class. Thanks