Photographing the Human Form – July 16, 2016 10am – 4pm

Learn how to photograph the human body in a natural way using clothed models.

This workshop will teach you through live demonstration how to pose and photograph the human body with focus on creation of fine art portraits. Students will learn basic lighting techniques which can be used to accentuate the lines and form of the human body, as well as how to interact and instruct models to get the results you are looking to achieve.

You will have the opportunity to photograph these models, and a model release will be provided so you can use these images for your portfolio. Images will be reviewed/lightly critiqued during the class.

Class size is limited to 14 students.

Bring with you:

  1. Camera & Lens appropriate for portraits
  2. Laptop with whatever imaging software you use.  Our preference is Adobe Lightroom
  3. Dress comfortably
  4. A sense of humor. It goes a long way

Fee: $269.99 ($199.99 RDPW Members)

July 16, 2016
Class meets 10am – 4pm (with break)

Sign Up Now!
Register at www.kspphoto.com or call 650-327-8996
Class fees must be paid at time of registration
Course SKU: 21563

Wild or Not – You be the Judge – Open House, Sunday July 10, 1pm – 4pm

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We homo sapiens are at the top of the food chain in the animal kingdom. In this role, we are often compelled and inspired to capture what we see with a highly sophisticated mechanical device that records for future posterity what our eyes have seen and moves our hearts.

Therefore, members of the Richard Dischler Photo Workshops were invited to submit up five images of those creatures lower on the food chain, also known as animals—wild or not. These creatures include those found in their natural habitat (think jungle), or in captivity (think zoo), or in nature (think yards, gardens, and such), or in your home or someone else’s (think pet). Whether it walks on four legs, flies, swims, or just lounges around on sofas or cages, you are invited to view what delights our interest.

Enjoy our view of the wild and not-so-wild members of our planet.

These images will be on exhibit from June 14 through August 1, 2016. Interested buyers can contact the photographer directly.

For information on joining the Richard Dischler Photo Workshop, please contact Keeble & Shuchat Photography, 650-327-8996.