Thursday, September 18, 2014

Creativity With Light, a National Geographic Photo Seminar

Dear New England Camera Club Council,
I'm writing to tell you about Creativity With Light, a National Geographic Photo Seminar that I thought members of your photo club might be interested in attending.
The right light is the secret ingredient that lets you turn an ordinary subject into a magical photograph. Photographers Jay Dickman and Nevada Wier will help you recognize and work with a wide range of light—tackling its exposure challenges, exploring creative possibilities, using color strategically, and choosing the white balance.
Dates & Locations
9:00AM - 4:00PM

University of Saint Joseph • Hartford, CT
Topics Covered
Recognize and Take Advantage of the "Perfect" Light
Appreciate the qualities of light that create beautiful, magical effects that everyone loves. Learn how great photographers arrive before sunrise and linger long after sunset to capture the glow created by the oblique angle of the sun.
Photographing in Difficult or "Bad" Light
Learn the tricks and techniques of low-light photography (indoors and outdoors). Find out how to manage contrast to create provocative images, and how to use flash and work with color to make your images stand out from the crowd.
Case Studies: Getting the Shots
Plan and prepare for situations that will put you in the right place at the best possible time for great light. Our photographers will share some recent assignments that will show how you can pre-visualize your images by controlling exposure and light, even in the most challenging situations.
What's in the Bag
See what professional photographers carry that allows them to be ready for any lighting situation.
The Technical Side of Capturing Great Light
Improve your ability to read and manipulate the dials on your camera so you can open up new ways to maximize any light that is available. Understand flash, white balance, histograms, shooting modes, exposure, and other options for controlling light.

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