With a camera we have the freedom to capture everything in front of us, but we are often less than impressed with our results. Good photographs need to be constructed rather than 'snapped'.
Getting good results requires at least a basic understanding of the four key elements of photography - unfortunately we all too often give most of our attention to controlling the camera and forget to devote time to studying and learning those things that will really improve our image making:
In the next few days there are two workshops which will redress the balance. Come along on Sunday for a one day introduction to the four key elements of photography and take your understanding of image creation to the next level. Learn how to marry your newfound knowledge of vision, light and composition with the right kind of camera technique to produce stronger images. It's just $55 for the whole day. check it put at http://www.meetup.com/Photoworks/events/131506852/
" Art is not just what you see it's what you make others see".
If you are looking to expand on the basics then come along for three Tuesday evenings as we
conduct a master class in image construction.
Lear how to manage tone and color to create mood.
How to create the impression of depth in your images and how to deliberately
take your viewer on a journey around your image.
This master class in three sessions will definitely improve your images.