Landscape Photography Workshop @ Hunterdon Art Museum
May 17 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm EDT
This workshop 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 local landscape.
Designed for any level or age of photographer, there will also be a concentration of information for the advanced beginner. The groups are always small so there is an opportunity for Nancy to tailor information for your needs. She will begin with a lecture to discuss how to compose a picture for more impact, how to shoot in different lighting and weather conditions, and how to expose correctly in different types of lighting. If necessary, there will also be a quick review of the cameras before heading outside to try your hand at all the tips. Rain date is May 31 so please hold both dates open.
The goal of this workshop is to gain insight into the world of landscape photography from a seasoned professional who also studied with Ansel Adams. The group will try out the many helpful tips while shooting in and around the museum. The river and area around the famous Clinton Mill will be our focus. The property offers many classic and rustic photographic opportunities.
The workshop is being offered through the Hunterdon Art Museum. BYO lunch and comfortable clothing to be outdoors. Interested teens are welcome.
- Tuition: $110; $90 for members of the museum
- Registration: Contact the Hunterdon Art Museum directly to register at https://hunterdonartmuseum.org/adult-classes-workshops/ 908-735-8415
- Time: May 17, 2020 from 10am – 4pm