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Photography in the Winter Landscape

Learn how to tell winter's story through your photography. The winter landscape offers a myriad of inspiring subjects found in the mystery and moodiness of a foggy or misty day; the allure of a long exposure to create beautiful blurs of running water in a creek or waterfall; a landscape complimented by moving storm clouds, steam rising on a frosty morning as your subject starts to thaw. We will show you how to to create storytelling shots with the use of composition, color and contrast.

Lately, we've enjoyed beautiful sunrises and sunsets during the holiday months. You could take a quick snapshot if you happen to be in the right place but what if you want to plan the shot for a more thoughtful image, we will show how to be in the right place at the right time to improve your success. 

Learn from long time professional photographer, Ron Berchin who has traveled for years around the world on assignment for a variety of publications; Bob Long, park volunteer, who has  created inspiring images for years as a film and digital photographer and Deborah Large, the photographer for Jack London Park and a long time nature photographer.

Heavy rain will cancel this class which will be rescheduled.

Class size is limited to 15 participants so register now.

Bring your DSLR, point and shoot or iPhone, camera manual, a tripod (if you have one), but most of all bring your enthusiasm to improve your camera skills. 

When: Saturday, February 10, 2018 from 8:00 to 11:30 am 
Where: Meet in the ranch parking lot (on the right as you enter the park), 2400 London Ranch Road in Glen Ellen 

Admission: $35 per person and includes the parking fee.

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General Admission $35 - Winter Landscape Photography-Sat 2/10/2018 8:00-11:30 am -(includes parking fee)
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