Photo Workshop Benefiting the Nobelity Project

**you MUST reserve your spot at this link: http://precisioncamerauniversity.com/nobelity/

 

 

 

 

 

What is the Nobelity Project? The Nobelity Project is a foundation working towards a more peaceful and sustainable world.  Through education in film, engaging with students in schools, and working directly in communities, the Nobelity Project addresses issues of the environment, education, and health.

What is this Seminar About? The Nobelity Project founder Turk Pipkin and World Photographic lighting instructors Randy Kerr and Doug Boxhave come together to offer a great evening seminar on travel photography.

The evening will begin with a brief introduction to the Nobelity Project's work on film and partner projects around the world.  Next, Randy Kerr and Doug Box will provide instruction on how cameras respond to light.  They will have a presentation of travel images to use for photographic instruction.

Discussion Features:

- Learning to plan for quality light in a photograph

- Approaches to metering ligh

- Entering the village

- Flash on location

- Light modifiers

- Developing storytelling skills

- Scouting for locations

- Predictable patter of Earth and Sun

- Lens choice/vantage points

- Depth of Field

Proceeds from this class will be donated to help fund the Nobelity Project.  Regardless of what you enjoy photographing, you will walk away with a new knowledge and skills on capturing powerful images in nature and the diverse cultures of the world.

For more information on the Nobelity Project, visit www.nobelity.org.

Instructors: Randy Kerr, Doug Box, and Turk Pipkin

Price: $99 (all proceeds go to the Nobelity Project)

Location: 2438 W. Anderson Lane

**you MUST reserve your spot at this link: http://precisioncamerauniversity.com/nobelity/

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  • Kathy

    Excellent!

    July 11, 2013

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