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Each Composition in the Field class begins with a talk with one of our experienced instructors, and then you and your fellow students take a stroll through one of a variety of photogenic locales (in any of the 20+ cities the DPA encapsulates). There is street photography, magnificent interiors, farmers markets, zoos, landscapes, and more, photos of which are included within. These photos are a mix of student and instructor images in many different venues and cities across the United States and Canada.
You will have fun in the three hour session, learn to shoot strategically, get more interesting photos of the event, and walk away with a foundation to improve your photographs in the future, whether you’re traveling, or at a birthday party and everywhere in between.
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Atlanta was many of the tragic casualties of the Civil War but in 1864, Easter Monday, a determined group of congregationalists embarked upon the resurrection and founded St. Luke’s parish. Soon it returned to a its former vibrancy, a center of spirituality, community outreach and a general meeting place for the community. In 1906, the current structure was erected, a dramatic example of English Gothic architecture that shows beautifully for any photo enthusiast. The exterior, with it bold gates and bell tower is not the only photo op of St. Luke’s.
This is clearly exemplified once inside and in view of the magnificent organ, a glorious collection of stained glass windows beneath high ceilings and an ornate altar on display. Your DPA instructor will share techniques of capturing ambient lighting of the grand room itself, with the magical lighting streaming in to the sanctuary. There will be an array of photo composition tips shared such as leading lines lessons that make use of the richly hued wooden pews. The art of the detail will be covered as well, allowing you to capture images of antique murals, flourishes of design elements and moldings that just no longer exist in modern architecture. As an additional feature, your DPA Instructor will also provide powerful tips for working within the theme and details of the locale to create powerful portraits.
If a class must be cancelled due to weather or other circumstances beyond our control we will be happy to work with you to reschedule. If you should need to cancel and require a new class date, contact us. A $25 transfer fee will be imposed without a 3 day notice before the scheduled class.
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There is no cancellation fee if you notify us prior to the Thursday before the weekend of your workshop. Later cancellations will not be refunded and reschedules will require a $25 rescheduling fee.
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The school began with the idea of a nationwide workshop series dedicated to promoting the culture of digital photography.The workshops would be taught by talented and accredited professional photographers who live in the cities where they teach. The classes would be small, and the students would be...
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Oakland Cemetery is much more than an outstanding example of a Victorian garden cemetery. It is also a magnificent sculpture garden, botanical garden, flourishing wildlife habitat, public park, and picturesque setting for making dynamic images. Oakland’s funerary art is unequaled in the area. Elaborate mausoleums, soaring sculptures,...
Saturday Feb 1st, 3:30pm - 6:30pm
With over 20 MILLION blooming daffodils expected, you might agree that a photo workshop at Gibbs Garden is more than a terrific photo op even though it is a bit of a jaunt from Atlanta, about 45 minutes or so. Yes, 20 million blooming daffodils but there will be other landscape and floral scenes to capture. Amidst the 200 acres of Jim Gibbs’ property...
Saturday Mar 7th, 10:30am - 1:30pm
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