Nature & Landscape Photography with John Greengo
Amazing and beautiful landscapes are all around us, they are a joy to experience, but a challenge to capture in a simple photo. From complicated cameras to challenging environments, several obstacles stand in the way of recording that stunning landscape.
This class is designed to explain the tools and techniques required for succeeding in this inspiring but demanding discipline. With the visual learner in mind, this class utilizes illustrations, animations, and of course lots and lots of photos, from local parks to iconic destinations around the world.
The tools, techniques and thought process is clearly explained in this 5-hour class. An extensive color handout is provided which includes all key topics and specific learning points along with dozens of photos from the in-class presentation.
Class topics include: equipment, exposure, focus, subjects, light, composition and the photographic process.
This amazing and ever changing world of ours is just waiting for your unique eye to come and capture it. With your newfound knowledge and skills you’ll see the world in a whole new way, and your photos will reflect it in outstanding images.
This class is best for those with a working knowledge of their camera, an understanding of ISO, shutter speeds, aperture and depth of field. While open to all that are interested, the class will be of most benefit to those with cameras that have interchangeable lenses and full manual control. To learn the basics, and much more, check out Crash Course in Digital Photography.
Instructor John Greengo is a professional photographer that has more than 20 years of experience as well as a degree in photography from Oregon State University. He is a member of the “Travels to the Edge” TV field crew and has been assisting and working with Art Wolfe around the world for the last several years. (www.johngreengo.com )
Glazer's is now offering a wide range of new classes for all levels of photographers! We are proud to provide our community with skills and techniques to improve the quality of their work and introduce them to undiscovered interests in photography!