Creative Composition in Landscape Photography, Part 2
On 19th April, the Manfrotto School of Xcellence will host a webinar devoted to creative landscape photography. Presented by Pete Bridgwood, this one-hour tutorial will examine the role of colour, explaining how to use complementary colours and how to employ the accentuation or muting of colour most effectively. Taking place from 4pm to 5pm GMT, the webinar is free and open to all. For more details and to register, visit the website below.
Manfrotto Press Release
PETE BRIDGWOOD PRESENTS: PART 2 IN CREATIVE COMPOSITION IN LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY in a FREE WEBINAR hosted by MSoX
Thursday, April 19th 2012
From 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm GMT
London, 11th April 2012– Pete Bridgwood returns to the Manfrotto School of Xcellence for the second part of a webinar devoted to creative landscape photography. During this one-hour tutorial Pete will examine the role of colour, explaining how to use complementary colours and how to employ the accentuation or muting of colour most effectively.
Creative landscape photographers constantly strive to capture the essence of the landscape, to bring to life all its natural beauty.
Pete Bridgwood’s webinar will teach participants about self-critiquing, to allow them to gain an understanding as to why some images succeed and other fails. This will allow photographers to take their landscape photography to new levels.
He will investigate how simple compositional ‘rules’ can transform imagery, exploring the interplay of light with the landscape and concluding with an introduction to ‘dynamisation’.
Pete Bridgwood: “I started out in photography in 1978 using black and white film and manual cameras. I processed all my own films and prints using a wet-process in a traditional darkroom. The production process is now exclusively digital. I am passionate about the emotional aspects of landscape photography. I see the photographic image as a three-way relationship between the subject, the viewer and the photographer. The joy of creative landscape photography comes from encapsulating the soul or spirit of the location and communicating that captured perception to the viewer of the final print. For me, even in this digital-age, it’s all about the final print”.
The webinar is free and open to all. For more details and to register: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/385986936