The goal of this incredible presentation is to teach photographers to think about how they would like the final image to look before they have even exposed the image. Minor White called it "pre-visualization". We now can do that just as effectively with the digital tools available to us.
Ron will show about twenty-five different untouched images. He’ll then explain in detail the few steps required to improve each image. The goal is to teach people to think about how they would like the final image to look before the image is exposed. With the digital tools available to us a photographer now can create that “pre-visualized” image in the camera. This efficient method saves the time required to correct your image with software.
Target audience: Photographers interested in fine art photography highlighting the work of Alfred Steiglitz, Edward Weston, Ansel Adams and Minor White.
This break-out session is open to photographers attending the NANPA (North American Nature Photographers Association) bi-annual summit in San Diego, CA. February 19-22, 2015. Ron will be offering this breakout session on Friday and again on Saturday during the conference. For more information or to register, please visit NANPA