Just A Few Of The Many Things You'll Learn . . .
How to compose landscape images for maximum impact.
Vertical or horizontal? Why?
Learn about how and when to crop your photos.
How to take advantage of the entire frame of your pictures.
How to use and pay attention to the edges of your pictures.
How to use horizon lines for more dramatic landscapes.
Learn how viewers see your pictures and how to use that information to effect how your viewers respond to your photographs.
How to eliminate common composition "mistakes."
Cameras seldom make proper exposures "by themselves." Learn how to make your camera work for you, not against you.
Learn what a histogram is, how to use it and why it's crucial for proper exposures.
Learn how to take control of your photos and stop using "Automatic" or "Program" unless it's your best option.
Learn how to shoot and use RAW format.
Lenses and Focusing
Learn when to use wide angle or telephoto lenses and how they effect the way people view your pictures.
Learn and understand depth of field and how to use it.
Learn how to use selective focus.
Learn how to make images that express how you feel about what you are seeing.
Learn how to "see" pictures you've never seen before.
Train your eye to see and understand different types of light.
Learn about "sweet light" and the "blue hours."
Expand your photographic horizons by making images you've never before considered making before.
Learn how to best present your photographs for maximum impact.
The Group Dynamic
One of the beauties of a workshop is learning from your fellow participants. It's amazing the different images that come from a group even though we're all photographing the same "places."
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