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607 North Avenue 64, Los Angeles, CA 90042
Phone: 3232586741   ·    info@vanwebster.com   ·    www.vanwebster.com
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The Master’s Program
Photography Workshops
During the past decade, the Wandering Around Outdoors Photography Workshops have grown in popularity in numerous western locations including: The Santa Monica Mountains NRA, Sequoia NP, Death Valley NP and Mesa Verde NP. Two professional instructors, Tom Gamache of Wandering Around Outdoors and Van Webster of Webster Communications, bring a vast combined wealth of experience to every workshop program.
What is the Masters Program workshop?
Tom and Van have created a special workshop program for photographic artists who want to make compelling landscape images called the “Masters Program”.
The Masters Program is a concise, easy to follow curriculum that will show you how to use your digital camera (or any camera) to capture both the beauty and complexity of landscape photography. Workshop days are divided between classroom presentations, in-the-field instruction and lively group discussions. Through the study of the great Masters of landscape art, the well-organized Masters Program investigates and explains the consequences of many of the Master’s theories and discoveries as translated into today’s digital photography language.
During the workshop you will be presented with challenging field assignments derived directly from the classroom demonstrations. We also decipher and demystify the Master’s understanding and use of their creative tools and devices including: light quality, color and temperature, point of view, subject matter and color, shadow, shape, focus, sharpness and more. This Program will help you develop a better understanding of the creative element of outdoor photographic art by demonstrating and explaining, in easy to understand terms, the three central concerns of Landscape Photography.
   How light falls
   How space is organized
   The Recognition Factor, The many different ways of looking at nature
To learn more about the Master’s Program Photography Workshops and to see a current schedule, please click here.
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