For the first time in several years I am leading a workshop at San Francisco Botanical Garden. Coming soon – Saturday, June 11.
The workshop, Garden Landscape Photography, will concentrate on seeing the landscape and how to use the camera as a tool for composition. All workshop students will get a copy of my e-book Think Like A Camera in advance of the workshop to take full advantage of the 6 lessons covered in the book.
We will meet at 7:30 to get an early start, tour the gardens with the lessons in mind, and have a lengthy critique. Do pre-register to get the book. I will review the lessons before we set off in the garden, but there will not be a classroom lecture before we get to work.
Be sure to bring a tripod, a critical tool for composition, as I illustrated recently on a shoot in woodland garden, Tripod Point of View.
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The San Francisco Botanic Gardens are looking great, but as anyone who knows the garden there are expansive views that can difficult to capture in a photograph. Landscape photography is fun when you have some composition tools to work with.
The workshop is 7:30 to 12:30 and is $130 or $110 for members. Join us June 11.