Light & Land

Foundations of Landscape Photography at Bloedel Reserve, Seattle, U.S.A

14th Apr, 2018 - AVAILABLE

£185.00 PP / Deposit -£185.00 PP

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Bloedel Reserve is home to two of the finest Japanese maple trees in the world. It is an ideal environment close to Seattle to explore the techniques and possibilities within landscape photography.

Fine art landscape photography involves a slow and steady approach. Understanding composition through highlighting a subject and building depth takes a trained eye and the technical skills to execute that photograph, all of which will be highlighted during the class. Justin's goal is to set you up with a series of concepts to take away take with you into the world, to help you find your own voice in landscape photography. 

In the process, because of the beauty of the Bloedel Reserve, you'll have the chance to make some compelling images.

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  • Tour Code BRS01
  • Included
    • Tuition from Justin Reznick
    • Entrance to Bloedel Reserve
  • Excluded
    • Transport
    • Insurance
    • Food
  • Duration 1 Day Workshops
  • Exertion Easy
  • Tutored By
Foundations of Landscape Photography at Bloedel Reserve, Seattle, U.S.A

Bloedel reserve is a 150 acre forest garden on Bainbridge Island. Its twelve distinct gardens range from a bird marsh teeming with life to a velvety-soft moss garden, and  an award-winning Japanese garden which is home to the finest Japanese maple trees in the world. It’s an ever-changing landscape that's perfect to explore the foundation techniques and possibilities of landscape photography close to Seattle.

Fine art landscape photography involves a slow and steady approach. Understanding composition through highlighting a subject and building depth takes a trained eye and technical skills to execute that photograph, all of which will be highlighted during the class. Justin's goal is to set you up with a series of concepts to take away with you into the world, to help you find your own voice in landscape photography. 

During the workshop, because of the beauty of the Bloedel Reserve, you'll have the chance to make some compelling images. Justin will also introduce some alternate approaches to landscapes, including infrared, intentional camera movement and multiple exposure photography. 

The group will meet around 9.30am and finish about 5pm. Before the start of the class Justin will send you a copy of his eBook which extensively covers gear related to landscape photography. More detailed workshop notes will be availble to download soon after booking.

This workshop is based near Seattle in the U.S.A.

Light and Land

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