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Rob Knight-Tips and Techniques for More Creative Photography
August 14 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
There is more to a great photography than aperture, shutter speed, and ISO.The camera, lens, computer, etc are merely the means to an end. Are you ready to move beyond your tools and focus on creating images that speak to you?
This presentation will help you see past the technical aspects of photography to explore creativity and personal style.
Educator Rob Knight will show you exercises you can do to help you find your unique point of view and hone your photographic style. You will learn tips and techniques you can practice to tune into your surroundings and and develop your creative vision. No matter what your skill or your favorite photography subject, this presentation will give you ideas for creating images that come from your heart.
Travel and nature photographer Rob Knight has been a professional artist for nearly thirty years. He’s been a photographer for more than half of that time and an educator since 2009. Rob has been using mirrorless cameras since before they were cool. He has been teaching and writing about the micro 4/3 system since he got his first Olympus Pen camera in 2011.
Rob is an Olympus Educator, a Tenba Visual Artist, and GNARBOX Pro Ambassador. He is an Adobe Certified Expert in Photoshop, Lightroom and a two-time finalist for the National Association of Photoshop Professionals “Photoshop Guru” award. Rob has published two books for Peachpit Press andRocky Nook Publishing and his work has been featured in Nature’s Best Photography magazine.
Rob is best know for his destination photo workshops, his easy-going teaching style and his informative critiques. He enjoys teaching in a classroom setting, but his passion is teaching and exploring with students on location. Rob began leading photo workshops in 2009 with a focus on nature and wildlife photography. Some of his favorite locations are Costa Rica and Grand Teton NP.
This meeting is open to the public and GNPA at Oatland Island Wildlife Center and to GNPA members only on Zoom. To download the latest Zoom Client (Free) see: https://zoom.us/download You don’t need to use your camera or mic to attend. GNPA Members can log in to www.GNPA.org and click the Registration Link for this event in your Member Portal (will be posted soon). If you are not a member of the GNPA, consider joining-https://gnpa.org/memberships/membership-benefits/