Workshop: How to Photograph Spring Flowers
Rick Holmes, DNCC
We are quickly approaching spring bloom time in the desert. We may be blessed with lots of wildflowers to photograph this year.
Have the competition judges ever said that you are using the wrong time of day or that you need to diffuse and bounce to get better flower photos when shooting in direct sunlight? I'll show you how to impress these judges. With a couple of basic tools you can control and enhance the lighting of your flowers.
At noon on Saturday, March 4, 2017 I will present a one-to-two hour free workshop on how to get the most out of the spring flowers. The workshop will be held at my house, 2000 Pinto Rd, Henderson, NV 89002. 702.458.4933. Major cross streets are Wagon Wheel and Boulder Hwy in southeast Henderson.
You should bring your camera. If you have a tripod, bring it. If you have a remote way to trigger your camera's shutter, bring it. Of course, bring an empty memory card and a full battery for your camera.
I will first discuss and demonstrate the technique used. Then attendees will practice the technique. A handout will be provided that will list the few supplemental items you will want to acquire to help get great wildflower pictures.
The workshop will be held in clear or inclement weather.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you will attend. If sufficient interest is shown for a different day and time, we can schedule a replay workshop. Let me know.