Adventures NW Photography Workshop: Beginner to Intermediate

Adventures NW Photography Workshop: Beginner to Intermediate

Adventures NW Photography Workshop: Beginner to Intermediate

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Sep 06, 2019 04:00 PM to
Sep 08, 2019 12:00 PM
North Cascades Environmental Learning Center
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The wild beauty of the North Cascades is the ideal location to enhance your photographic fundamentals. In this hands-on workshop, we’ll have an opportunity to make photographs in a beautiful alpine setting while learning to improve your in-camera technique.

After shooting in the field in North Cascades National Park, we’ll introduce you to Adobe Lightroom Classic CC to bring out the best in your images. Once our images are optimized, we will share and discuss the work as a group. Finally, we’ll spend time learning to print our work. Everyone will go home with one print from the workshop, suitable for framing!

This workshop is suitable for students who have a basic familiarity with their camera's settings. No previous Lightoom experience required (but helpful!). Bring a digital camera, a tripod and a laptop with Adobe Lightroom installed. A 7-day trial of Lightroom can be downloaded from the Adobe website.

Meet Your Instructors:

John D'Onofrio's photography has been exhibited throughout the Pacific Northwest in museums and galleries and published in numerous publications including National Geographic Adventure, Trail Runner, Washington Trails, as well as in calendars, note cards and posters. His work also appears in The Wild Nearby: Finding Beauty and Renewal in the North Cascades (Mountaineers Books), The Salish Sea (Sasquatch Press) and Images of America: Mount Baker (Arcadia Publishing). He lives in Bellingham, WA. where he serves as editor/publisher of Adventures NW magazine.

Alan Sanders has been making photographs since the 70's and teaching photography since the 80's. He has taught at the University of Alaska, Anchorage and Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA. As a recovering commercial photographer specializing in advertising and public relations, he now concentrates on fine art photography. His photographs have been in many group and one- person shows and are part of the permanent collections of several museums, as well as many private collections. Currently he teaches workshops at Whatcom Community College and is a digital imaging specialist at Quicksilver Photo Lab in Bellingham.