Sol's Calendar of Events
What's the workshop about?
f-stop? Shutter speed? What do these things do? Manual or automatic? Printing a photograph? Wide angle vs. macro vs telephoto? Are any of these questions you have asked or photography questions you have ever asked? They and many more will be answered in this outdoor and nature photography workshop and intermediates We’ll talk what fools those automatic light meters (and how to compensate for them), coping with changing light conditions outdoors, compostion and more. You’ll get notes, reprints, have some fun, learn a lot and walk away taking photographs rather than having your camera snap a picture for you.
We’ll look at maximizing equipment at minimal costs and the tradeoffs on equipment, metering, etc photography We’ll have optional shooting sessions in many sessions.
Open discussion and questions are encouraged, allowing participants to get some specific questions answered. The free exchange of information and ideas has proven to be helpful to all participants.
What do you get? Each participant gets a binder containing the discussion notes, reprints of many articles to reinforce some of the discussion and other information.
What do you have to bring to the workshop?
Some enthusiasm for photography, a willingness to learn and some patience. Depending upon the time and location, participants are asked to bring a bag lunch Most people bring a camera (everything from disposables to the top-of-line have been in the same workshop) if they want some specific questions answered about it or if they plan to shoot as part of the workshop.
More information: Contact the location noted above or Sol Levine at email@example.com
Schedule - 2018 (check back; some shows are presently