IN-PERSON TWO-DAY WORKSHOP
Sometimes people assume the best photo opportunities are only found in exotic travel locations. Not true! This two-day workshop will show how even the most mundane and ordinary objects can be transformed into spectacular subjects, whether it’s a child’s doll, a piece of string, a few playing cards, or a bent nail. By finding an appealing setting, creating an interesting composition, and determining your camera’s best settings, you’ll come away with some truly amazing photos – and they’ll get even better with a few small digital edits.
Instructor Peter Glass will provide several objects to choose from. Participants are encouraged to bring some of their own as well.
Prerequisite: A basic understanding of how your camera works and feeling comfortable shooting with it. Participants should bring the following: digital camera that shoots in a non-automatic mode, tripod, cable release, extra batteries. Other items to consider are extra camera cards, camera instruction booklet, and battery charger.
If you have questions about this class please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 860-871-8222
Peter Glass is a professional photographer specializing in commercial, corporate, editorial, and stock photography. He works throughout Connecticut, New England, and New York. For ten years he has been designing and teaching photography classes and seminars. Peter holds a Masters Degree in Film and Television Production from the University of Texas.