May 13, 2017
Landscape and Macro Photographer
Tom Croce believes that photography begins with the act of seeing, it is the art of noticing and seeing the beauty in nature and capturing that moment. Through his images Tom works to create environmental portraits that are expressions of the emotion and feeling of a place at the time of making the exposure, and to create images that capture a sense of time and place.
To learn more about Tom Croce visit his website.
Join me for a day of photographing spring wildflowers at Caesar Creek State Park. We will spend the morning or as long as the light and weather allows, shooting the spring wildflowers located around the Gorge Loop Trail. We will then move indoors for some post processing and image critique.
In order to insure the maximum amount of personal attention the number of participants for this workshop is limited to 12.
Participants should have a strong understanding of exposure and know how to operate your camera. This will be hands on learning and all questions and issues will be addressed in the field. A laptop computer is recommended in order to participate in the processing portion of the workshop.
This workshop will require a moderate amount of hiking over rough, uneven terrain. Participants should be comfortable with their ability to negotiate a hike of up to a mile over rough, uneven and at time steep terrain.The fee for this workshop is $100.00 and is for instruction only. All other expenses, including travel, accommodations and meals are the responsibility of the participants. Payment is required to reserve your spot. The fee will be refunded if cancellation is made by Jan, 1, 2017, after which the fee will be refunded if the spot can be filled.
Additional information on the location, preparing for the weather, required hiking equipment, and suggested camera gear will be e-mailed to all registered participants in December.