Local Photo Workshops

The winter break is over, and I’m back at it for ya!  In case you’ve been getting a case of the shakes from lack of photo learning, why not get a quick fix at Viewpoint?  These are 3 new workshops at Viewpoint Gallery that I though could be interesting and useful–I especially like how specific to a single task they are. Check em out and see if they fit your photo interests!  Full details and registration on the Viewpoint website.

Light, Composition, and Color:
How Best To Improve Your Outdoor Images

Instructor: Lewis Kemper
Tuesdays, Jan. 21 & Feb. 4, 7 – 9 p.m.

Well-known nature photographer Lewis Kemper will show how you, by paying careful attention to light, composition and color, can turn an ordinary image into an extraordinary image. Learn about the qualities of light, how to create effective compositions, and how to use color relationships to make your images stand out from the rest.

An Introduction to Bird Photography

Instructor: William G. Miller
Saturday, Jan. 25, 8:30 a.m. – Noon

Bill Miller will introduce you to the challenges and opportunities of photographing birds in their natural settings. Topics covered will include types of equipment needed, tips and tricks that Bill has learned, locales for bird photography near the Sacramento area, and post-production techniques that are most productive in processing bird photographs.

Principles of Composition

Instructor: Terry Nathan
Saturday, Feb. 1, 9 a.m. – Noon

UC Davis Professor Terry Nathan will address such topics as frame dynamics and shape; graphic and photographic elements; composing with light and color; visual design basics—including contrast, rhythm, balance, weight, and energy.

 

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