Landscape Photography Workshop


Event details

  • Saturday | May 19, 2018
  • 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Dvoor Farm, 111 Mine Street, Flemington, NJ
  • 908-735-8415
  • $113-museum members; $133-non membersPrice

On May 19, 2018   10-4:00

This workshop is being offered through the Hunterdon Art Museum and will explore some of the key issues in the art of landscape photography.  Nancy Ori, will share her secrets on both technique and esthetics through lecture, discussions, and hands-on opportunities in the landscape of the Hunterdon Land Trust set on the historic Dvoor Farm just outside of Flemington.

Designed for any level of photographer, there will be a concentration of information for the advanced beginner. Nancy will begin with a lecture to demonstrate how to compose a picture, how to shoot in different lighting and weather conditions, and how to expose correctly in different types of lighting.

The goal of this workshop is to review and try out the many helpful tips while shooting within the 40 acre property of the Land Trust during the hands-on portion of the workshop. A network of trails will guide us through the meadow and to the stream while capturing the landscape views. Along the way, we will see  landscape details to work with and for the bird lovers maybe spot a red-tailed hawk or yellow-bellied sapsucker that are common to the area.

The farm building complex is one of the most recognizable places within Hunterdon County and the home of the Hunterdon Farmers’ Market. The property offers many classic and rustic photographic opportunities with a cluster of white 19th and 20th Century barns, including an iconic horse barn, and a 1798 stone farmhouse.

  • Fee: $133, or $113 for museum members
  • Registration: Contact the Hunterdon Art Museum directly to register at   908-735-8415
  • Time: May 19, 2018 from 10am – 4pm, meet at the Land Trust parking lot.
  • Bring: Lunch, extra charged camera batteries, sunscreen and bug spray
  • Location: the Dvoor Farm, 111 Mine Street in Raritan Township, Flemington