Charleston Creative Vision Workshop
From: 03/26/2013 To: 03/29/2013
Charleston is rich with photographic material from historic architecture to vibrant flowers to views of the ocean. It's a beautiful location in the spring with azaleas, irises and poppies blooming. Historic downtown has colorful houses, each with their own features worthy of being photographed: wrought iron designs, lamps and overflowing flower boxes. We'll also visit Magnolia Gardens where we'll find azalea lined paths, spanish moss dangling from live oaks and bald cypresses with bright green spring leaves. Other locations not to be missed are beaches and cemeteries.
Throughout the workshop Corey Hilz is out in the field working with participants for extended periods of time. He'll be assisting attendees and answering questions during the photo sessions. Corey is there to help you build your photography skills and creative vision. Small groups allow him to work with everyone individually in the field. In between photo sessions you'll have "classroom" time where you'll learn from presentations, critiques and software demonstrations (digital workflow, image optimization, plug-ins). Photo critiques are a great way to learn how your images can be improved, as well as see how other people photographed the same location.
For more information or to register, visit Corey's website.