february, 2016

23feb7:00 PMPhotography 1017:00 PM Event Type :Adults

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Presented by Dave Blinder, Morris County-based conservation photographer and photography instructor.

“To be a photographer you must be both an artist and a technician”.  In this class we will exam the fundamental elements of constructing high quality photographs.  Topics to include: compositional basics, essential camera settings, manual exposure.  We will look at a slideshow of professional nature photographs and discuss how, when, and why these pictures were taken.  Participants will be presented with the essential building blocks to progressing from snap shots to effective photography.  Q&A on general photography topics will be held at the end of the program.  This program is open to adults and teens aged 16+.


To view more of Dave’s work please visit him on the web at http://daveblinder.com or http://facebook.com/daveblinderphotography

Dave grew up building tree-houses in the woods of Denville, and he now spends his time taking pictures in the same woods.  Dave earned his Bachelors Degree in Marketing from Ramapo College of New Jersey.  His past accomplishments include travel photography articles on Arizona and the Everglades.  Dave is currently self-employed as a photo instructor and also a displaying fine artist.



(Tuesday) 7:00 PM

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