This years autumn field trip was almost perfect.
A slight overcast, cool and crisp temps. Great color and a couple for portraits.
A wonderful learning experience for the students. There are a few openings for the next class term beginning on October 27th. Please use the Paypal button in the sidebar to sign up.
Have you ever looked at a scene and thought: “wow, that would make a great photo”? You can learn to do this and do it well. The new term begins July 7th. Come and join us for a lot of fun learning to create great images.
“What do I learn in your classes?” I have been asked that a lot. Here is an example: An image from last night’s class. Taken last year on the class field trip and post processed last night in class as a demo on using Photoshop.
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This image is from last years autumn field trip to Hocking Hills.
A little taste of what the classes learn to do.
The new term starts October 28th.
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Just back from leading a weekend field trip to Hocking Hills in Ohio. The weather cooperated giving us mild temperatures with just enough overcast to cut the brightness range and still allow the autumn colors to pop. The participants had an enjoyable time and learned a lot if you judge by their images.
If you are a person who always wanted to take a class in photography, always wanted to learn to capture and process great images, or just wants to learn more about how to use your camera. You should register for the next round of classes which begin in two weeks. You can sign up by using the Paypal button in the right sidebar of this blog.
Yesterday began as a good day. A light overcast gave wonderful diffuse light. High 80’s with the forecast of some rain later on in the day. The remnants of the storm Isaac, that just went through the southern states was not supposed to hit before late evening, we were safe. The image making could begin. This was 9:00am. It had really clouded over by 1:00pm. By 2:00pm the heavens had opened and we were trying to remember how to build an ark large enough to fit the car (lol). The storm lasted most of the afternoon while we took cover in a nearby restaurant and watched through the floor to ceiling windows. A spectacular sight, the rain whipping the landscape, and us in a nice dry place with food and beverages. The only way to weather a storm. After lunch and as the storm abated we ventured outside once again and found this face in the now reddish sky. The Face Of Heaven ??
Fall Color Photo Workshop October 13th & 14th 2012
Back by request is the popular Fall Color Photo Workshop. A two day autumn adventure held in and around Hocking Hills State Park. Located in one of the most beautiful areas of southern Ohio, there will plenty of photo opportunities for all.
Would you like to learn how to “see” more effective images? Get the “right” exposure for dynamic color this fall? Select the “best” focal length for a great photo? Learn to tell a visual story about what you are seeing and experiencing? If you answered YES to any of these questions…… Then, you should check out the Fall Color Workshop.
The dates are: Saturday and Sunday October 13th & 14th The times are: 9AM Sat thru 5PM Sun The investment is: A $125.00 class fee. Your meals and lodging are not included in this fee.
Space is very limited in this workshop in order for you to receive a high level of personal attention. So, sign up now to reserve your seat. The information on lodging and meals will be sent to you in response to you registration. You may use the Paypal button in the right sidebar to register for this exciting weekend.
Over the years this small church has provided many great images
to visual artists. Both photographers and painters have been regularly seen
creating images of this local landmark. For a long time it was an active
church but more recently has fallen upon hard times.
It is still beautiful in all of its faded glory and will continue to provide
images for at least a few more years. It is really sad to see it go.
Yesterday’s road trip to Hocking Hills found a few new things.
It seems that every time I go down there it is new again.
Watching things change is after all part of the fun. This folk art scene was found on one of the many back roads.