Tulip Field Photography workshop
Our next Tulip Field Photography is on April 29th
We had our first Tulip Field Photography workshop on Friday April 1st and it went GREAT! The weather was gorgeous and everyone enjoyed taking photos of beautiful tulips.
In all Digital Camera Bootcamp classes I always mention the importance of the Histogram and why I recommend learning to use the Histogram to evaluate the exposure. On a bright sunny day it is next to impossible to preview photos on your camera’s small monitor let alone accurately judge the exposure. By using the Histogram, you can easily and reliably get feedback about correct exposure.
One of the reasons I encourage field trip workshops to my students is because it’s a great opportunity to learn practical uses of these hidden functions in real life photography.
Our next Tulip Field Photography workshop is scheduled for April 29th. Gear up and join us for a great day of photography among these brilliant flowers of early spring. Just head on over to our UPCOMING CLASSES page and select the Tulip Field Photography workshop and follow the onscreen instructions to register; alternatively, you are welcome to visit our office during business hours to sign up for this wonderful class.
Ted and the Omnilargess Team
Here are some photos by Jeff MacLellan. He sent me this photos and new techniques that he explored during the workshop. Enjoy the pictures and register for our next Tulip Field Photography on April 29th.Share