Alaskan winter landscapes to be explored through camera work

February 11, 2013 by  

The Winter Landscape Photography workshop is a two-day session in which guests will be taught how to take fantastic shots of Alaska’s wonderful winter scenery and light. There will be a variety of different techniques explored while attending this event in a local park setting. Poster printing may have been used to draw the attention of locals to this fascinating workshop.

During this weekend event, presented my Carl Battreall, guests will have the opportunity to view scenery and wildlife in a natural setting. On the Saturday, students will spent a great deal of time in a local park in Anchorage exploring various techniques, obtaining perspective tips, and gaining hints from the instructor about what makes a great picture. There will be information provided on using various filters for creating long exposure surreal shots.

Sunday will see students learn about the basics of light room techniques, as well as review the images taken. This event is being sponsored by Anchorage REI and offers free parking to all who attend. The maximum size of the class is 12, so people should register in advance to ensure a spot.

The cost for this workshop is $120 for non-members and $100 for members. The Winter Landscape Photography class will be happening on Saturday, February 16 and Sunday, February 17 from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm at the Anchorage REI located at 1200 W Northern Lights Blvd in Anchorage, Alaska. For additional information, or to reserve a spot, please visit the Anchorage REI website or call their shop at 907-272-4565.