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Framing Places: The Fundamentals of Travel and Landscape Photography

March 13 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

$50 - $60

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Time of class: 6 pm – 8 pm

Are you about to go on the trip of a lifetime and want to take better pictures?  Are you eager to sharpen your travel and landscape photographic eye?  Do you want to be inspired with fresh ideas?  If so, this workshop is for you!  Join award-winning fine art photographer Scott Bolendz and embark on a fun, story-filled, interactive, 2 hour presentation-style workshop designed for all camera enthusiasts – whether you use a DSLR, mirror-less or smartphone camera.

Students will review how to select appropriate camera gear for specific types of travel and landscape outings, how to plan ahead to be more productive with your time, learn practical photography tips, explore 20 creative ideas for getting those priceless shots of people, places and things (with many examples!).

Students will also learn about historic and contemporary trends in landscape photography as well as review photo editing software (both mobile and computer-based) to make those priceless shots look even better!  There will be opportunities for Q&A as well as brief student image critiques (if time permits).  Feel free to bring a few of your favorite travel or landscape photos to share for this fun photographic journey of discovery.  No passports are needed!

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 About the Instructor:
SCOTT BOLENDZ BIOGRAPHY

Scott Bolendz is an award-winning fine art photographer living in Bradenton, Florida.  Using both DSLR and smartphone cameras, he creates intellectually-driven, concept-based projects that explore a diverse range of subjects.  From lush tropical environments to moody mountains and lonely seascapes, his emotionally expressive images give visual shape to a dynamic relationship between the internal and external worlds.  Both memory and personal history imbue his work with a strong autobiographical dimension.  He searches for subjects that connect his own particular life experiences with larger narratives of loss, human vulnerability, and the perseverance of life.  Scott’s work has been featured in numerous museum, gallery, and online exhibitions.  He is represented by United Photographic Artists Gallery.

 


 FMoPA Class Cancellation Policy: You may cancel up to 72 hours in advance. After that, no refund will be given. It is at the discretion of FMoPA to offer a transfer of credit to another course or workshop. This credit may not be issued more than once and expires after 6 months. If a refund is completed online there will be a small percentage taken from the total.

Details

Date:
March 13
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost:
$50 - $60
Event Category:

Organizer

Scott Bolendz

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