Capturing a Sense of Place
Have you ever come back from a trip and wished your photos looked a little better, or had more of that wow factor for when you show your friends and family? Then come join award-winning professional landscape travel photographer and author Gary Crabbe for a fun and educational evening filled with tips and tricks to make your camera and pictures sing.
Gary will cover the basics of composition and light in a very easy to understand manner, without fear of drowning in a sea of technical aspects. Gary will also discuss how to make very simple and easy improvements while shooting that will be sure to make your photos better.
You won’t want to miss this opportunity to learn from a true professional, especially if you’re investing in memorable travel or vacation plans. Your photos are part of your life-long memories, and this event will be sure to improve all those wonderful memories you’ll want to bring home with you.
A photographer known for his industry expertise and unwavering professionalism, Gary has worked with many of the world’s best-known advertising agencies, magazines, and publishers. He has been happy to offer his knowledge and opinions consulting with other photographers, and has been quoted several times in Photo District News, Wired Magazine, Mother Jones, and numerous other trade publications.
He currently has seven published books to his credit, including: The California Coast (2001) which won “Book-of-the-Year 2002” by the California Outdoor Travel Writers Association, Our San Francisco, Yosemite & The Eastern Sierra, Backroads of the California Wine Country, Backroads of the California Coast, Greetings from California; Legends, Landmarks & Lore of the Golden State, and Photographing California; Volume 1 – North.