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Photo Workshop: How to Get What You Thought You Got But Didnt
How many times have you taken the perfect landscape, flower, or outdoor architecture photo only to download or print it and find that it is washed out, not in focus, or badly composed? Green Spaces Alliance has just the workshop for you.
Luis Garza, professional photographer, and Lee Marlowe, landscape ecologist and amateur nature photographer, will begin this workshop with a brief discussion of camera use in various outdoor conditions. Then they will share and discuss examples of their best photographs and their worst and they encourage you to bring examples of your best and/or worst to share as well!
Afterwards, you will go onto the King William segment of the River Walk where you will have a choice of working either with Luis taking landscape photos, with Lee on a macro scale photographing flowers, insects, or other subject matter close-up, or a little with both instructors.
Once your field work is done, you will determine which photo is your best, provide it for download, and then take a short break. Refreshments will be provided. While you are taking your break, Luis and Lee will be downloading and reviewing your work for group discussion.
The final activity will be a group discussion of your work, including guidance from Luis and Lee on any further tricks of the trade that will improve your work even further.
Location: San Antonio River Authority / King William segment of River Walk
Workshop Limit: 20 people
Bring Your Own Camera.
Recommended Types: Digital SLR (DSLR) and Point and Shoot.
Contact: Karen Bishop,email@example.com
Advance Registration Required