"Water - Falling, Flowing and Reflecting"
by David Long-MA
Monday, September 20, 7:30 PM
Our speaker has presented at GLPA with a wonderful presentation on landscapes. This time he takes us through photographing water and all of its beauty. Water is one of the most important landscape photography elements and since it covers 70 per cent of the planet so it makes sense to learn how to shoot it. It can take various forms from raging oceans to spectacular waterfalls to calm reflecting ponds. Whether the focal point or an important supporting element in your image, it will always be noticed by your viewer as the eye gravitates to bright portions of your image. This presentation will provide some techniques and best practices for photographing natureâ€™s most abundant resource.
Dave has been teaching landscape photography for the last ten years throughout New England. He has gained a following through his workshops and tours, ten e-books on Self Guide Photo Tours, Composition and Fall Foliage. He makes frequent appearances on photography podcasts, does camera club presentations, publishes blogs and has a large social media community.
A member of the Boston Camera Club he has won many awards throughout New England including NECCC Image of the year and several medal in the Ocean State International Exhibition. His images have been featured in numerous magazines including Down East, Newport life and the Boston Globe.
Dave lives in Shrewsbury, MA and travels extensively through New England. See his work at www.davelongphoto.com and follow him on www.instagram.com/davidlong3653.