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Photography Workshop at Marineland

Event Date(s)

Begins: July 18, 2017 9:00 am
Ends: July 18, 2017 12:00 pm

Location:

Marineland Dolphin Adventure
9600 N Ocean Shore Blvd
St Augustine, FL 32080

Join award-winning photographer Ed Siarkowicz (Shar-ko-vich) on a photographic tour of Flagler County’s barrier island. Exploring Marineland and the nearby beach will allow participants to photograph intriguing coquina rock outcrops, dunes, and beach in classic seascape, landscape, abstract, and macro photographic styles to capture the natural beauty of Marineland. Our photographic workshops are designed to advance beginning and more experienced photographers, even those who only use their cellphones for picture-taking.
 
The work of Ed Siarkowicz is on display at Ocean Art Gallery in Flagler Beach and appears in the offices of former President George W. Bush, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, U.S. Congressman Ron DeSantis, Florida Senator Travis Hutson and in galleries throughout Florida. Mentored by Pierre Henri Matisse, grandson of French Master painter Henri Matisse, Ed is a natural around coastal areas.
 
Ed will help open your eyes to the natural world around you. He will sharpen your photographic skills by showing you how to take professional quality photographs, how to use available editing programs, and how to compose photographs for maximum effect. And, if your camera is a smartphone, Ed will show you how to maximize it for fantastic photographs. Both Androids and iPhones are welcome in this program.

$99 + tax (per artist)

This Workshop includes:
Meeting & Introductions
Staged shots for participants to capture
Individual Exploration and Shooting
Photo processing and editing
Review of best shots
A Gift Certificate for future Touch & Feed Program at Marineland Dolphin Adventure

To register, or if you have any questions, please call 386-693-4882 to speak with a gallery representative.



Event Website: http://www.flagleroceanartgallery.com/mdaworkshops.html

Event Contact: 386-693-4882
Event ID: 16773