These Photographic Workshops are designed to help students learn to look at nature through a photographer’s eye and learn how to create more dynamic photographic images. Although participants should have a basic understanding of their own camera’s adjustments they are likely to learn many new uses of their camera’s funtionality. Students should bring their camera, instruction manual, lenses, tripod, and perhaps a Speedlight (flash) and laptop computer to each portion of the workshop. A portion of the time will be class-time presentations as well as demonstrations in the field. There will be time for individual photography as well as one-on-one instruction during the fieldtrip portion of the workshop. It will conclude with a critique of student’s work.
Each workshop meets 2 1/2 hours Friday evening and at least 8 hours on Saturday. Mark liberally shares his experience of over 30 years as a photographer in this intimate small workshop environment limited to only 8 students. The cost of a workshop is $200. A $50 deposit will reserve an individual’s place at the workshop.