Want To Improve Your National Park Photography? Catch This Webcast From The Parks
National park photography classes will take a big step forward in late August when Ian Shive, an award-winning photographer and author of The National Parks: Our American Landscape, conducts a live class over the Internet from Olympic and Mount Rainier national parks.
The show, Photographing America's National Parks, August 27-29, is being produced by CreativeLive, the world’s largest live online education network. CreativeLive will broadcast a live on-location shoot from Olympic, a historic achievement that will provide access to places beloved by millions — all through the lens of one of the world’s most published photographers.
Shive, who will be live in Olympic, with pretaped portions from Mount Rainier spliced into the show, will demonstrate his award-winning techniques during three days of shooting some of the most iconic locations in Mount Rainier and Olympic national parks. He will teach the key elements of professional outdoor photography, including: composition, shooting in challenging weather conditions, exposure settings for every environment, using filters to manage available light, scouting the perfect location and much more.
The classes will air August 27, 28, and 29 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. PDT
All of CreativeLive’s live online classes are free to watch and accessible to anyone with an internet connection. Additionally, during the live event, anyone can ask Shive a question directly via CreativeLive’s social classroom. His course, complete with 22 hours of video, is also available to purchase for on-demand access for $99.
For full details and to RSVP for the live event, please visit this site.