Orwig Offers Inspiration and Techniques to Boost The Creative Process and Improve Digital Images Using Natural Light without Additional Gear
You are invited to attend a complimentary webcast on Thursday, Nov. 12 at 10 a.m. PST / 1 p.m. EST with Chris Orwig, author of Visual Poetry: A Creative Guide for Making Engaging Digital Photographs.
Orwig, a professional photographer and teacher at the Brooks Institute, offers insights to beginners and advanced shooters, helping everyone to reduce and simplify, participate rather than critique, and capture a story with layers. His approach of “relational photography” encourages people to really think about and get to know their subject before they shoot. During this 60-minute webcast participants will learn how to:
- Discover visual poetry in the creative process
- Use less to say more with their subject matter
- See light, color, shape, and expression
- Understand what gear is essential
- Create compelling portraits
- Make lasting memories of family and kids
- Capture the outdoors and adventure
- Begin the transition from amateur to professional
“Taking photographs is very subjective work, but Chris Orwig brings passion and intensity to his work and is not afraid to share his findings with anyone that will listen,” said Paige Mazzoni, VP of Marketing, Safari Books Online.
If you missed this webcast, you can view a recording at: Visual Poetry.