Nature Photography 101 with Jeff Parker

Join Jeff Parker in central Texas for his one-day Nature Photography 101 Workshop, designed to firm up your foundation in today’s digital wildlife & nature photography techniques.

This workshop is perfect for both intermediate & beginners. Intermediate photographers will benefit by filling in the “holes” in your knowledge base. Beginners benefit from Jeff’s easy-going and warm teaching environment that encourages you to ask all the questions you want.

You’ll enjoy classroom time and field time with lots of one-to-one guidance throughout as you try out what you learn in a country setting at Red Belly Ranch in central-Texas.

Your workshop includes a delicious meal (on-site). Vegetarians, gluten-free, etc. ~ all are welcome.
Limited to eight (8). Special price when two register together.
$95 for one / $150 for two

More info: http://exploreinfocus.com/joinme/nature-photography-101-workshop/
Or call Jeff at (512) 378-3355

Basics of Photography with Byron Jorjorian

Learn the basics of photography and start yourself down the path toward great photographs.

1. Learn how your camera “sees” and how you can use this knowledge to improve your images.
2. Learn what all those dials do and which ones “really matter”.
3. Learn fundamentals of aperture, shutter speed and depth of field.
4. Learn fundamentals of composition.
5. Learn what camera and lenses are best for you.
6. Learn to develop your eye.
7. Learn how to get the best exposure in every situation.
8. Learn how to recognize beautiful light.

Design your photos for success

Story and photographs by Jennifer King

Summer is here, and a great time to get out and photograph. As you are capturing all that summer has to offer, I want to remind you of the impact that fundamental design principles can have on your photography.

HORIZON

Are you photographing a mountain or beach? Where you place your horizon line can help you to create depth and dimension in your photo and also help call attention to the hero in your photograph. Consider referencing design tools like the Golden Ratio, Rule of Thirds or the Fibonacci Spiral when setting up your composition.

 

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