Upcoming FREE webinar: Exploring Photographic Composition In Landscape and Still Life

Upcoming FREE webinar: Exploring Photographic Composition In Landscape and Still Life

With David Saffir and C. David Tobie
Sponsored by Datacolor and Digital Silver Imaging
Tuesday, January 15, 3PM-4PM EST

Photographic composition is a key element of photography. To master composition, one must learn the ability to see compositions as shapes, lines, forms, masses, etc., and not just as recognizable objects. You must be able to visualize how objects function as forms in space under light, and how they will relate to a two dimensional composition. This webinar gives an overview of the use of photographic composition in landscape and still life photography, drawing examples from the work of masters of photography, as well as our own Datacolor master photographers.

Join us, Tuesday, January 15th from 3PM-4PM EST, as Datacolor Experts David Saffir and C. David Tobie guide you through the key elements of photographic composition and how they interact to make a unified whole.

An interactive Q&A will take place throughout the webinar to answer any questions you may have.

AND THERE’S MORE! One lucky webinar guest will win a free Spyder4PRO! There will also be coupon codes for discounts from Datacolor and Digital Silver Imaging.

REGISTER HERE: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/751922338

3 thoughts on “Upcoming FREE webinar: Exploring Photographic Composition In Landscape and Still Life

  1. awesome and well-timed opportunity! thank you David!!

    signed up, tweeted, and shared on LinkedIn.

    side note: with all the photographers on Google+, when you have time, it would be great if you add a share option for Google+ to the blog posts

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