During our first hour, we will take you to see classical and modern art masterpieces to show you what we can learn from them about lighting, composition, use of color, posing, and other techniques that will help you become a better photographer.
For the two hours in the afternoon, 1:30pm to 3:30pm, Fred and Steve will guide you through the BMA’s Sculpture Garden, where we will show you how to make compelling images of the abstract artwork in the Garden.
We will take a break after the first hour for lunch at a nearby restaurant (lunch is included,) where you will have additional time to ask questions and discuss the morning’s session.
Our goal is for you to leave this workshop with
ideas from the Masters on display at BMA on how to make better images yourself
some terrific abstract photographs that you will want to frame and display in your home
This workshop is for all skill levels, from beginner to pro. We’ll be there to teach you anything you need to know, and we’re keeping the workshop small, so that we can spend as much time as needed with you.
Image Credits: Left - Eight Park Circle by Michael Heinz at BMA Sculpture Garden, photo by Steve Rosenbach; Right - Game of Knucklebones by Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin, French, 1699-1779