Informative and compelling talks to photographic societies
Long Exposure in Nature Photography
Long exposure photography is about capturing, and translating movement within a frame. Using the technique of long exposures in nature photography has the ability to take your images in a new creative direction, by exploring the interplay of light, patterns, and tones. The effects can be surreal, and even ethereal. Take more control of your camera by using manual mode and understand the skills and accessories needed to achieve your goals.
The Art of Seeing - Improving Your Photographic Vision
How do you see the world around you? Do you just see what others see, or do you see something different? One of the greatest challenges for photographers is discovering their unique vision. To do this we must learn to observe, imagine, and express.
In Danielle’s presentation she will discuss how taking an in-depth look at your surroundings through light, perspective, design and mood, can help you discover a new viewpoint and get more from your creative experience.
The Beauty of Black and White — Learn Why & How
Black & White Photography creates a timeless quality to images. It is a creative choice as it can dramatically transform your image, but it can also help improve an image as it focuses more on the elements like tonal contrast, texture, shape, form, and quality of light. It is suitable for almost any type of genre, like landscapes, portraits, architecture, still life, and street photography. Danielle will discuss the principles of B&W Photography, why converting your images can be beneficial, and ways to convert images using some of the most accessible post-processing software programs available.
The Artist-in-Residence Experience
AIR programs provide artists with unique opportunities to create works of art in varied natural and cultural settings. In the presentation, Danielle will take you on a journey through her experiences through seven residency programs including five very distinctive national parks that have truly inspired her photography.