Keep an eye out for the personal and technical backstories for this photograph and others a bit later in this Quarterly.
Springtime is Shooting Water time. With the help of snowmelt and April Showers, this class explores all the ways you can most effectively and dramatically photograph water. Whether your scene is a reflection in a quiet pond, the silky water of a slow-moving stream or the rush of a waterfall, this class guides you through simple techniques that make beautiful images of water possible, from straighforward to abstract. When do you use a tripod and when DON'T you? How can filters on your lens help? How can shutter speed transform a so-so scene into a breathtaking moment? This class shows you. NEW THIS YEAR - A FIELD TRIP. It will probably help if you bring your dSLR to all four sessions. You'll need to provide your own transportation to the field trip site. Shooting Water is offered only once this year.
Please note schedule:
Classroom Sessions April 8, 22 and May 6 from 6:30-8:45PM
Field Trip: April 29 from 6-8PM
No class - April 15