Monday, April 30, 2018

Join us on Monday May 14th for Joe LeFevre's "25 Field Tips to Improve Your Landscape and Nature Photographs"

Join us on Monday May 14th for Joe LeFevre's "25 Field Tips to Improve Your Landscape and Nature Photographs"

**This program will be in the 6th floor common area, not in our regular room

Legendary landscape photographer Ansel Adams once said, "The landscape is possibly the most difficult subject material to work with; it offers the minimum control of point of view in reference to composition and confronts the photographer with extremes of light and shadow..." In this program I will present 25 field tips to help you overcome the inherent challenges in producing effective landscape and nature photographs.
Examples include:
• The importance of working close to home
• Scouting potential locations and returning at a favorable time
• Matching the available light with an appropriate landscape
• Shooting a time-lapse sequence.

Please join Joe for an engaging and educational session as he demystifies the process of producing dynamic landscape images.

This program is sponsored by the New Haven Camera Club. It is free and open to the public, so come and bring a friend. We meet on the 2nd Monday of the month for our programs and the fourth Monday of the month for our competitions. Meetings are usually held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays at 7:00 pm Sept-May) at the Whitney Center, Cultural Arts Center, 200 Leeder Hill Drive, Hamden. Meetings are free and open to the public. You must be a member to compete, attend workshops and field trips. Come at 6:45, programs start at 7:00. 

Joe LeFevre joe@joelefevrephoto.com is a professional landscape and nature photographer from Upstate New York with over 35 years of experience. His work has received international recognition. In 2015 and 2011 Joe captured one of four first place prizes in the Share the View photography contest sponsored by the Audubon Society of Greater Denver. In 2014 Joe won the “Most Inspirational Moment” category, professional division, in the Wilderness Forever photography contest sponsored by the Smithsonian, Nature’s Best Photography, and the Wilderness50 Coalition in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act. Joe’s work has appeared in Nature’s Best Photography, Outdoor Photographer, and Adirondack Life magazines, and numerous other publications. A popular teacher and convention speaker, Joe has captivated audiences at major photographic venues throughout the United States with his beautiful imagery and passion for teaching. He is a staff instructor at the Adirondack Photography Institute (www.adkpi.org), which offers photographic workshops and tours throughout the spectacular Adirondack region of Upstate New York, and in other select locations. Joe and his wife Linda have three grown children and live in Oswego, NY. To see more of Joe’s work go to
www.joelefevrephoto.com.


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