An emphasis on fun and creativity is what you will find during the Rocky Mountain Conservancy’s Photographing Winter Landscapes class. Join Eli Vega, Feb. 24-26, for a look at both the technical and the fun side of photography. From beginners to experts, all are invited to participate in this class.
Participants will spend time learning about depth of field techniques, focusing, exposure range challenges, and filtration. On the creative side participants will also look at unique in-camera techniques, use of lenses and that special beauty of a winter landscape. The class will visit, depending on conditions, Sprague lake, bear lake, nymph lake and dream lake. Come out for an exciting and educational three day course this winter.
Eli Vega has more than 20 years of experience as a photographer and is an award winning published photo artist. Along with this he has also published a book titled, Right Brain Photography (Be an Artist First), he teaches classes at Arapahoe Community College and the city of Longmont, and he also is a sought after presenter and judge for the Colorado Front Range’s advanced photographic societies.
To register, visit http://www.rmconservancy.org and click on the Learn With Us tab, or call 970-586- 3262.