TWO (2) SEPARATE Wildflower Photography Workshops offered.
~ Each only with space for EIGHT (8):
Saturday, April 1, 2017
~ OR ~
Sunday, April 2, 2017
This one day Wildflower Photography Workshop focuses on helping you get your best images of Texas’ native spring beauties. Enjoy learning in a country-setting — at my Red Belly Ranch in central-Texas — where indoor class time is balanced with hands-on practice outdoors.
During my Wildflower Photography Workshop ~ 2017, I’ll teach you some of my favorite “tricks of the trade.” We’ll get technical and creative, focusing on lighting conditions, unique compositions, color, technique, and how to get the most out of your equipment.
Of course, the petaled models which show up to “pose” for us will depend upon the grace of the weather but, by early-April, Red Belly Ranch often hosts bluebonnets, wine cups, Indian paintbrush, Indian blanket, antelope horn, green milkweed, false garlic, slim-pod milk vetch, fringed puccoon, spiderwort, wild-plains indigo, Drummond’s phlox, Texas vervain, verbena, Philadelphia fleabane, pink evening primrose -— and then some.
Come and join me for a full day of fragrant focal fun! ~ MAXIMUM EIGHT (8) ATTENDEES for each of the two workshops
Jeff Parker’s “Wildflower Photography Workshop ~ 2017” INCLUDES:
- Eight (8) hours of instruction & fun: * Workshop begins at 12:noon & ends approx. 8:30 pm (or whenever sunset shoot ends & we’re done having fun!)
- Sessions on wildflower photography tips & tricks
- Session on color & composition
- Session on harsh-lighting solutions
- Info about best equipment, lenses, etc. to use for wildflower photography
- Many hands-on activities throughout the day ~ created to help you practice your new skills with Jeff’s guidance
- An off-site final sunset landscape shoot at a location TBA
- A late-lunch / early-dinner (“Linner”) YES ~ We most certainly welcome vegetarians, gluten free, or ??. Just let us know.
- Snacks & non-alcoholic beverages
- Post-workshop image review via email for those interested
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CALL: Jeff at (512) 378-3355