Landscape Photography Seminar by Joe LeFevre
Sponsored by The Photographic Arts Society of Northwestern Pennsylvania, we welcome professional, award-winning photographer Joe LeFevre from his home in upstate New York to teach a seminar on Landscape Photography.
Date: Saturday, January 18, 2014
Time: 9AM to 2PM
Where: Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Compton Hall 210 E. Normal Street, Room 107A
Cost: $40 includes lunch and refreshments
9:30AM Session 1: 25 Tips To Improve Your Landscape Photographs – overcome the inherent challenges in producing effective landscape & nature photographs
10:45AM Session 2: Making Dynamic Landscape Images From Conception To Capture To Computer Optimization – the entire process of creating an effective landscape
1:00PM Session 3: Making Nature Time-Lapse Movies – covers all the basics of time-lapse movies including equipment, choice of subjects, techniques & post processing.
HOW TO REGISTER
Send a check for $40 made out to PASNWPA and mail to Patty Raydo 7341 W Lake Rd. Fairview, PA 16415
NOTE: Registration must be received by January 13, 2014 to guarantee lunch.
Please include your email or phone number for confirmation of registration.
JOE LeFEVRE BIO
Joe’s work has received international recognition, including a recent first place finish in the Wild Lands category in the Defenders of Wildlife photography contest. In 2011 Joe was awarded one of four first place prizes in the Share the View international nature photography contest sponsored by the Audubon Society of Greater Denver, and in 2010 he was chosen as a Highly Honored Photographer in the prestigious Nature’s Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Awards competition.
His work has appeared in Nature’s Best Photography, Outdoor Photographer, and Photography Monthly (UK) magazines, and in numerous regional publications, including Adirondack Life magazine and wall calendars.
As a popular convention speaker, Joe has inspired thousands of people throughout the US with his remarkable imagery and enthusiastic teaching style. 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 in the northeast, Joe and his wife Linda have three grown children and live in Oswego, NY.