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Dramatic Light Landscape Photography Workshop-Joe DiSalvo & Yvonne Berger
Fri, May 12, 2017, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT
In this two-part workshop we will begin in the classroom with key principals of what to do in the field to create impactful imagery. Discussion of what makes a dramatic photo, how to see, feel and capture it. Consideration of atmospheric conditions, lighting, time of day and their impact on the subject, gear selection and technical decisions to make to capture what we see will be discussed in the classroom and on location. The following morning sunrise shoot will put into practice what was learned in the classroom.
Part One-Classroom meets at 208 Newtown Rd Plainview 5/12/2017 6:30pm-8:30pm
Part Two-Location shooting meets 5/13/2017 Nissequogue State Park-Main Park entrance 7am-10am-sunrise shoot. Rain or Shine.
Joe is a serious amateur photographer who began dabbling in landscape photography when digital photography became all the rage. Joe has been blessed to travel to many of the major national parks to photograph, experience, and live the parks to their fullest, sometimes he travels with friends and sometimes on his own. He has had a little bit of formal training but most of what he knows he learned in the field and online through trial and error. Joe loves and lives for shooting at the edges of the day in hopes of capturing that elusive dramatic light!
NO REFUNDS-class credit only