Famous destinations such as the Eiffel Tower have been photographed again and again, making it difficult not to take generic shots of the highly trafficked locales. During this thought-provoking class, Morrison shutterbug Jordana Wright, whose images have appeared in the New York Times and Resource Travel, will discuss the philosophy behind good travel photography, including ethical ramifications of parachuting into a space and how to best portray the essence of a place. Such considerations will help budding lensmen capture images that shed new light on even the most frequented sites.
- Arts and Exhibits
- Feb 09, 2019 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.