Stage performance, portrait photography, landscape, digital post-processing and more.
You know the basics – maybe quite a bit more than that – of your camera and how to use it.
However, you see certain images, say, concert photos or that “perfect” portrait with gorgeous light and wonder “How do they do that?!”
The answer rarely (or never) lies in going out and spending thousands of dollars on the best-reviewed, latest, greatest, top of the line pro camera and lens.
Virtually all of the time, it comes down to reading the light and conditions correctly, knowing how to adjust and having the correct – not the most expensive – tool for the job.
In this workshop, we’ll discuss techniques, tips and tricks that will not only help you to get the shot, but will add greatly to your knowledge and expand your abilities in all other areas of your photography.
Participants are encouraged to bring in their work and examples of favorite pieces from other photographers.
Joe Navas is a Cape Cod-based photographer and owner of Organic Photography in Orleans, MA. He currently serves on the Graphic Design Advisory Board at Cape Cod Community College. A life-long artist, Navas has shown his work in Provincetown, Orleans, New Orleans, Telluride and Wellfleet and it resides in private collections around the world.
Navas has been taking photographs since he was a teenager, professionally for 15 years, with the last 8 seeing it become his primary focus. His work, especially his most recent projects – centered on world class track and field athletes – has garnered him praise from around the photography world and will be the feature of an upcoming Boston showing.
His photography business, which he began seven years ago and co-owns with his wife Kristen, has become one of the most widely recognized and sought after wedding-photography outlets in New England.