Wednesday, March 16, 2022 | 10:15 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
Learn to take your photography to the next level and create more artistic images. This class will delve into the components necessary to compose a good photograph and create moods and special effects. The use of lines and lighting in creative ways will teach the student how to create depth effectively, using repetition and texture, as well as other visual elements of art. Time will be spent taking photographs in the Garden to practice these skills and a group critique will reinforce the understanding of these new concepts.
We require all students to bring their own tripod and zoom lens.
Students must bring their own camera and tripod.
Instructor Bio: Andrea Clement is a local fine art photographer and photo encaustic artist whose work focuses on the realm of Florida’s nature. She studied fine art at the American University of Paris and professional photography at Daytona State College. She has trained and assisted with highly acclaimed artists in photography and encaustics, and continually innovates her work by persevering with the possibilities of wax. She was featured on Discovery Health Channel and is a featured artist in the “Best of Worldwide and America Photography” publication. Her work hangs in several local businesses and homes, and she is known for her inspiring and uplifting nature.
Tickets are nonrefundable. This class runs rain or shine.