Medicine Hat CC

When:

8 am to 4 pm – Saturday, May 27, 2017

Where:

Medicine Hat College – Medicine Hat, AB

Level:

Beginner to advanced photographers.

Price:

Early Bird Price until February 28 – $75

Regular price after February 28 – $95

Register:

To register please email medhatphotoclub@gmail.com

Description:

 

The Language of Light in Landscape Photography

Writers have words and musicians have notes as the language of their art. For photographers the tool of communication is light. Without light there are no subjects, no story, no photographic art. A requisite understanding of the power of light will help your images soar beyond the snapshot.

Harnessing the Power of Tone for Compelling Images

Most photographers have little understanding of the building blocks of composition. One of the most important but least understood building blocks of composition is tone. Tone is the pencil of light. It’s with tone that we can draw fully realized imagery. Learn how to use tone to draw your own pieces of photographic art.

Working Advanced Compositional Patterns in the Landscape

Using our knowledge of light and tone and the building blocks of composition we can assemble meaningful photographic compositions. In composition is where personal expression is born and where the artist emerges. Learn how to put together advanced patters in composition so you can creatively express your ideas.

Putting it all Together: Creative Landscape Imagery

Artistry results from the skilled use of tools to deliver personal expression. We’ll explore the intersections of skill and expression to create personal and meaningful art in landscape photography.

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    2 Comments

    1. Michael Grigo
      February 12, 2017

      Hi my name is Michael and I photograph food. Now in the totle it says ..for landscape.
      Just wondering if this workshop would make sense for me regarding the fact that I only shoot food?

      Thank you and kind regards,

      Michael

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      • Darwin Wiggett
        February 14, 2017

        Some of the information is applicable to all photography but if you only shoot food then you also hear a lot of information that does not apply to you.

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