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Feb 19, 2015
The Components OF Good Landscape Photography
1. How to think visually using the elements of color and shape, line and texture.2. How to use light to best reveal the subject matter.
3. How to frame an image with a strong compositional base.
4. How to appreciate the expressive potential of the natural world.
The workshop will begin on Friday evning with an orientation and presentation of materials.
The Workshop will feature approximately 10 hours in the field with four hour sessions beginning each morning at 5am and on Saturday afternoon. We will explore the South Shore from barrier beaches and salt marshes to woodland ponds and cranberry bogs.
Complimenting the field experience will be approximately 6-8 hours of classroom time that will include individual instruction, viewing of images and group critiques to evaluate results.The workshop is designed for those interested in exploring and nurturing their creative vision.
Photographers of all levels are welcome from beginner to advanced
Contact : Ronald Wilson email@example.com 508 732 0170
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Images from Plymouth Workshop
J Collins/J Davis /U Ernst/J Foley/H Derusha/G Jensen/W Murphy/C deVillafranca/D Maclellan/C Pooler
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