day in the natural world
instructional photographic workshops are designed to help the
photographer hone their skills in a natural setting.
If you already know the fundamentals and are having
trouble making the images you envision, a workshop is
for you. We will focus on:
In addition we will discuss equipment, photographic
subjects, as well as other techniques to improve your
photography. The workshop will be limited to one
or just a few people. We will select a location or
subject acceptable to those taking the workshop.
This usually is dictated by the time of year and/or
weather conditions. You can pick a place and
subject you would like to photograph! If you've learnt
the principles of photography in the natural world
online education or books, this is the ideal way to put that knowledge
into practice. See
the list below for scheduled workshops, or call to
schedule a different location/subject.
wanted to let you know I thoroughly enjoyed your
waterfall workshop a few weeks ago.
Your technical knowledge of photographic
equipment in combination with composition and lighting
helped me immensely."
East Brunswick, NJ
President, Raritan Photographic Society
Photography Workshop Schedule
page contains only scheduled instructional
photographic workshops, please call to find out about
other workshops that are available. Photo
workshops include instruction for both film and
digital cameras. We will cover exposure,
lighting, fill-flash, composition, etc. We
strive to meet and exceed your photographic goals.
A Day in the Natural World
Travel to and
from locations as well as meals are extra. Workshops
are taught on weekdays or weekends throughout the year. Please call: (973)
632-8635 to schedule a session or for any other questions you may have.
fees do not include transportation, food, or lodging. Please
contact me for more information or to sign up for a
more information regarding the basics of how to take
pictures, try the Basic
class or for those more advanced photographers, we
private photo lessons.
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