I am pleased to announce a one-day, winter photography workshop for Saturday January 17 2015 at Cox Arboretum MetroPark, near Dayton Ohio.
I’ve been presenting and teaching workshops at Cox Arboretum since 2009 and I always enjoy meeting new photography enthusiasts who are excited to learn new tips and techniques in gaining more creative control with the DSLR camera. I teach the classroom portions of these workshops at the Mead-Westvaco Theater room and make use of the other facilities and gardens at Cox Arboretum for field demonstrations and teaching of exposure, lighting and compositional techniques.
The Winterlight Workshop on January 17 is ideally suited for those who are new to photography using a DSLR camera and desire to more fully understand the nuances of exposure, camera settings and lighting. However, my workshops also offer opportunities for more advanced photographers to learn and practice particularly as it applies to digital image editing and workflow.
The subject matter for this workshop will include winter nature subjects outside (weather permitting) as well as still life and portrait subjects in the main building at Cox utilizing both winter window light and added, directional lighting. I will then be taking the class through my best practices for digital image file management and editing. I will also be talking with the group about the business of photography including stock licensing, publishing, assignments, etc.
The cost of the workshop is $89 per person which includes a catered box lunch from Panera Bread.
The workshop is limited to the first 20 people who register. To register please email firstname.lastname@example.org and mail a $20 deposit to: Picture Ohio, LLC 2581 Trebein Rd. Xenia OH 45385 or send via PayPal to “email@example.com.”