Whether photographing flowers in your garden or in a mountain meadow, there are techniques every level of photographer can use to create a photo worth hanging on your wall. During this workshop, nature photographer David DesRochers will help you understand digital SLR camera settings and how to use them to manage light and sharpness. David will also cover the basics of composition and will share a few creative ideas that you can use to change an ordinary subject into a work of art. Following the presentation, students will have an opportunity to practice photographing a variety of live flowers and plants.
About the Instructor
David's passion for nature photography was sparked by a trip to Glacier National Park in the summer of 2000. Since then, he and his wife Cathy have traveled the world to witness and photograph the wonders of nature. David is a member of the North American Nature Photography Association and has written several articles for Nature Photographer Magazine . His photographs have won several awards and have been published in books, magazines and on calendars. Many of his images are available for publication through Animals, Animals, Earth Scenes, a rights managed stock photography agency with over one million images; encompassing all things nature.