I have been requested to create a group of very basic, hands on workshops. The goal with each of these is that I will present the material in a manner that will help clarify the participants understanding of the topic, with plenty of time for questions and hands on experimentation.
So what will we cover regarding "Composition"?
* Learn the basics "rules" of good composition;
* Discuss why you may choose to break those rules;
* Look at using natural frames;
* Positioning your main element;
* Patterns and repetition;
* Learning to "Fill the Frame" to simplify your composition;
* Which orientation to use for a given subject (vertical or horizontal;
* The role color plays in composition;
* And more!
We will also touch on lens selection, however if you want an in-depth look at lenses I have an entire workshop dedicated to understanding lenses the evening of January 24th
This workshop is for you if you struggle to capture what first attracted you to the scene. You know there is something there waiting to be drawn out, but don't know how to best capture the feeling that drew you to the subject initially. We will move slowly and talk it through until you understand it.
There are plenty of interesting things to photograph in the studio so we won't be lacking for test subjects.
Let's get past frustration and start making some great images!
IF YOU PREFER NOT TO PAY VIA Meet-Up, I can email you an invoice through Square. Most people prefer to pay via Square. My email is [masked]. Please email me and I will send you an invoice for $40. This will register you for the class!