Photography Workshops

Winter Wonderland Photography Workshop

Winter nature and landscape photography workshop flyer for February 25 2017 program at The Inn at Cedar Falls in Hocking Hills Ohio by Jim Crotty

Learn to shoot winter scenes in the wonderful Hocking Hills the weekend of Feb 24-26. Professional Photographer Jim Crotty will lead the workshop. Jim is an award winning photographer from Dayton with decades of experience. He loves teaching and sharing his knowledge. Also, Jim has a special place in his heart for the Hocking Hills, and he looks forward to showing you why! Jim will teach you how to properly shoot everything from frozen waterfalls and gorgeous ice formations, to snow lying on the branches of the majestic hemlock trees. The workshop includes: two nights lodging, a hearty country breakfast each morning, and the class. Class will be cancelled on Feb 1st if there are not enough participants (min of 10). Deposits will be returned at that time. The workshop itself will be Saturday from 9am to 5pm.
Inn Room $479 (for two people)
Cottage $529 (for two people)
Class ONLY on Saturday Feb 25th $100 per person
To register contact The Inn at Cedar Falls @ 1-800-653-2557






The Takeaway:

* My top ten tips for best results in landscape photography

* Pro techniques for optimal results with close-up (macro) nature photography

* Move into the creative zone and away from full auto

* The “zen” of fulfilling nature photography

* Learn to “see” the light?* How to “work” a location with proper approach and patience

* Best tools and lenses for pro results

* The benefits of working from creative angles

* Best practices and software for outstanding digital editing

* How to get your images noticed and ultimately sold and published

Plus my workshops are just plain FUN. Learning the art and craft of nature photography does not have to be tedious and stressful. Far from it. It should always be a fun and rewarding experience.

I have been leading and teaching photography workshops in Ohio since 2009. My emphasis is on my students, providing both small group and individual attention and instruction based on what I observe as current skill and knowledge levels and potential for growth in both artistic vision and technical knowledge. What I DON’T DO is photograph for my own portfolio while leading and teaching workshops. The only photography that I engage in during my workshops is when demonstrating technique, camera settings and composition for the students.

Since beginning my photography workshop programs over seven years ago there have been a number of other professional photographers in Ohio who have attempted to imitate my style of instruction and within the locations that I know and photograph so well. But here’s the difference – I know how to communicate, how to teach and how to connect with my workshop groups. Just ask anyone who has attended one of my programs in the past.

Prior to beginning my career as a professional photographer in 2003 I worked in management level positions in human resources, marketing and public relations in several different industries. I’ve also taught at the college level classes in public speaking and journalism. There are many talented professional photographers but few who can successfully connect with, guide and encourage others, particularly those who are just beginning their own creative journeys in the beautiful world of nature and landscape imagery.

I am a Certified Professional Photographer, earning this rarely achieved designation among other pro photographers in Ohio through my involvement with the Professional Photographers of America. My work has been recognized with numerous national and state awards as well as published in Outdoor Photographer, Nature’s Best, Smithsonian, USAToday and Professional Photographer magazines. I’ve photographed book covers for internationally published authors and installations of my fine art prints are found in several of the largest hospitals and medical centers in Ohio.

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