Here are some images from my workshop in Oregon that just concluded. Enjoy!
After another successful Art of Composition seminar in Portland, Oregon, Art led a group of workshop participants out to the blustery Oregon coast—Cannon Beach, to be exact.
(http://denisglennon.com/art-wolfe-in-australia-2012/ & http://www.c4images-safaris.co.za/index.php?page=artwolfe2012), as well as some much anticipated shooting for his new Seattle gallery! Look here for new photos soon.
Art Wolfe: Working the Margins of the Day
There is a magic moment when the ambient light matches that of other light sources in your composition. Shot on location in Japan.
Photographing the Macro Landscape
Sometimes you miss the small details when there is such grand landscapes surrounding you. Shot on location in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Art Wolfe Lecture Series – 10am to 4pm at Mt. Hood Community College – Gresham Campus
Art Wolfe is presenting his ever popular class “The Art of Composition”. This is a great learning tool for anyone wanting to grow their compositional skills. This is not a technical class, but an improved way of seeing and identifying ways of better expressing your artistic vision. >>More Info
Art Wolfe Oregon Coast Workshop – Cannon Beach, OR
Three days on the beautiful Oregon coast to immerse yourself in photography and learn to see what Art Wolfe sees and how he finds his subjects.
Art has some favorite spots on the coast that are waiting to be shared. >>More Info
This is the last chance to sign up for Art Wolfe’s Composing Effective Images – Field Edition.
If you have procrastinated down to the last moment, fear not, because there are just 3 slots left before we cap it. The weather is looking to be fantastic this weekend and you will learn a ton that will surely take you further with your photography. Seattle is fortunate to have such a great teacher as well as hosting this worthwhile workshop. Add a Friday night at Art Wolfe’s home, then getting class time and field time in the beautiful arboretum. Sprinkle in a little Lightroom tutorial with Jay Goodrich, and critiques where we all learn from one-another and Wow!
Call our office tomorrow and then grab your coat and hat, because the workshop begins at Art Wolfe’s home at 6:00pm.
>>CLICK HERE to register and/or call our office at 206-332-0993. We will get maps and information to you.
Friend and fellow blogger Jim Goldstein has a new book (eBook) out that you should know about. We have featured a link on the side of our blog to go there and get this great new resource, or CLICK HERE.
Photographing the 4th Dimension – Time was created to inspire photographers creatively and technically through the exploration of slow shutter and video techniques. 7 creative photography techniques are discussed that in any other photography book might seem unrelated, but each provide the means to convey the passage of time in a manner that creates high impact imagery. Each section includes detailed tips, step-by-step instruction, gear & software recommendations. As a bonus there is even a field checklist to keep in your camera bag, so as to never miss an opportunity in the field. Techniques discussed include long exposures, light painting, star trails, cinemagraphs, time-lapse photography and more.
We are offering an expanded version of this popular class. Now Composing Effective Images will include a field session. February 3-5, 2012. The FIELD EDITION is available only in Seattle, WA.
For those who are ready to take the next step and work in the field with Art Wolfe, this class is perfect. It is a perfect transition from the classroom seminar that will better prepare you for an intensive field workshop. For the many who have already taken Art’s popular Art of Composition Seminar and would like to continue their photographic exploration with a master this is your perfect opportunity.
We are packing so much into this class, that Art will actually begin his first lecture at the opening reception in his home on Friday night.
>>CLICK HERE to learn more about this unique class.
This would make a great gift for your photographer friend or relative. They would always remember this great experience.
Maximizing Depth of Field
For some compositions, it is important to have a long depth of field. Shot on location in Antarctica.
Composing Images with Wildlife
When you have the opportunity to photograph wildlife, here are some tricks that I use to get the best images possible. Shot on location in Patagonia.