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You can also call us to register for classes at 415.663.1200, extension 373 or click here to print a registration form that you can mail or fax to us.
We offer gift certificates for specific classes or the dollar amount of your choice. Email or call (415) 663-1200 ext. 373 and we can create a certificate for you to give as a gift.
We offer our Seniors 62 or over and students with a current Student ID discounts on all our Field Seminars. Please Email or call (415) 663-1200 ext. 373 to find out more information on our Senior & Student Discount program.
Saturday, December 3 • 11 AM - 6 PM • $135 ($115 PRNSA Members)
Do you want to learn the ins and outs of producing high-quality nature and landscape images? Improve your understanding of your camera, your composition, lighting, exposure, and macro photography in the field? Join commercial photographer and author Sean Arbabi for a day of ideas, inspiration and clear instruction from a widely published twenty-year pro who can help you improve your photo skills and take better pictures with your digital camera. With Sean's new book, The Complete Guide to Nature Photography, hitting bookstores December 1st, not only does he bring a vast amount of knowledge to the topic, but also his enthusiasm and charm, along with 25 years of experience. Sean's dynamic powerpoint-style computer presentations offer a variety of image-taking ideas, fun techniques to create unique shots, as well as tips ‘n tricks for photographers of all levels. You will come away inspired with extra tools to improve your skills.
Saturday, December 10 • 11 AM - 8 PM • $135 ($115 PRNSA Members)
Waves are one of the great forces of nature and photographing them is a joy and a challenge. In this workshop, we will use wave photography to consider the role of patterns in composition and learn how to use short shutter speeds to stop the motion of a wave. We’ll hold our cameras still, and let the motion of the surf create our images for us. Point Reyes has some of the greatest waves in the world to photograph. We’ll start with an orientation session that will explain wave photography techniques and then head out to at least two field locations to practice the skills we’ve learned. Then, we’ll head back to the classroom for a review of the photos we’ve made and a few more insider tips from Harold.
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November 15, 2011