Presented by: NYC Digital Photography Workshops
Hosted by: Adorama
Venturing outside in the cold and snow never sounds like a good idea but if you want to capture beautiful and unique images, prep your gear, dress appropriately and get outside!
Shooting outside in the winter certainly has its challenges but the rewards are equally great. While most photographers are snuggled in a warm place, the intrepid shooter looking for beautiful images will be braving the elements.
This seminar, led by professional photographer and self-professed cold lover, Ron Jautz, will inspire you to put on your snow boots and learn the joys of braving inclement weather.
In this seminar you’ll learn:
• how to protect your gear in the snow and cold
• how to dress for shooting comfort
• proper exposure for shooting in snow
• why cold weather is great for photography
• tips and tricks for getting the best cold-weather images
Join us on November 15th and be inspired by “bad” weather—your friends will think you’re nuts!
About the Instructor:
Ron Jautz is a professional corporate and editorial shooter with over 30 years experience. He specializes in photographing people and travels extensively for clients such as Pfizer, Bank of New York, Time Warner, Inc., Walgreens, Canon USA, Seton Hall University, Duke University, Forbes Magazine and Conde Nast. Over the years Ron has photographed presidents and prime ministers, members of Congress and supreme court justices, celebrities, athletes and CEOs. In addition to his commercial work, Ron also shoots fine art, having shown work in Galleries up and down the east coast. Ron now serves as the Co-Chairman of the New York Chapter of the American Photographic Artists (APANY - www.apany.com (http://www.apany.com/)) To learn more about Ron and his work, please visit his website at www.jautzphoto.com (http://www.jautzphoto.com/).