At the end of this interactive class, photographers will have developed a better understanding of what to consider when trying to capture memorable wildlife/nature photographs.
Who should take this class?
Those with a basic understanding of photography and camera basics.
Those with a passion for wildlife, nature, and conservation photography who want to learn to improve their imagery in a fun, interactive, and encouraging setting
Group size is limited to 6-8 participants
October 5, 2021 One 2-hour session
October 5th 9-11pm U.S. Eastern Time
First, we will examine why images are so powerful, and 5 key things to consider when taking a photograph. We will then look at features and characteristics – beyond a mastery of the technical basics – that can give wildlife/nature images real impact.
Then, we will review (as a group and without knowing who the photographer is) at least one (hopefully two) images provided by each participant. We will examine these to understand what worked well, and what could be done differently next time
Meet your Instructor
The Summit Series of Photography Workshops started over 30 years ago when acclaimed sports photographer Rich Clarkson realized the growing need of education and networking in the photography industry.