Basic Elements of Photography
Saturday, January 11, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EST)
Learn to use your DIGITAL CAMERA from David Woods, an award-winning photographer!
Local half-day photography seminars and workshops
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN www.cameracoachingseries.com
Tired of blurry pictures?
Tired of too light or too dark pictures?
Want pictures like a pro, without expensive equipment?
Want easy-to-understand instructions?
For ALL skill levels!
Learn to use your camera!
Want to have fun
Local half day
"Basic Elements of Photography"
For DSL and Point and Shoot camera owners
Four hour quick and easy complete cameral instruction!
Perfect for someone who wants to gain a better understanding of their camera.
Beginners and experience photographer welcome.
Learn how to have complete control of your camera to take better vacation, holiday, family and just better general photographs.
Be able to photograph with confidence and control the camera functions.
GET INSPIRED AND HAVE FUN!
You will learn how to:
Compose pictures to capture the image you want
- Have complete control over your camera settings
- To blur backgrounds to create amazing effects
- Have infinite focus for those amazing vacation pictures
- To create feeling of movement in your images
- How to freeze action
Seminar and workshops are lead by professional photographer David Woods.He specializes in advertising and stock photography for nearly four decades and is a professor of fine art at Polk State College for the last 15 years.David holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Commercial Art and Design from Virginia Commonwealth University, and a Masters of Art in Digital Photography from Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Savannah, Georgia. David's work can be seen on his website http://www.davidwoodsphotography.com
When & Where
Robbin Joachim, Member of the Professional Photographers of America
Robbin Joachim has a tremendous passion for fine art photography, which she has developed over the past 25 years as a photographer. She has captured images from around the world, as well as the beauty of people. Her travel photography ranges from locations in Sedona, Cape Cod, the top of Mount Vesuvius in Italy, Rome, Venice, Greece, the French Rivera, Croatia, Finland, Denmark to St. Petersburg, Russia, just to name a few. Of all those fabulous and beautiful places in the world, Robbin's greatest joy is taking photographs of life events, capturing the moment, and having others feel an emotional connection to the photograph.