Seeing 101 Presentation at The Mountaineers
Wednesday, April 3 at 5:30pm The Mountaineers - Olympia Branch
Learn about the "other half" of photography and why it’s the key to creating images with impact.
We all instantly recognize good photographs when we see them. Then why is it so hard to create them with our cameras? Come learn the answer in Ken Lee’s presentation, Seeing 101.
Technology tends to dominate the conversation about photography these days, but Creative Vision remains the core of creating images with impact. Learn practical ways to understand and develop your Photographer's Eye in Ken Lee's presentation, Seeing 101.
"I've learned that speaking the visual language fluently is a skill that anyone can learn and that creativity is a muscle that strengthens with exercise. I call these things the Art of Seeing and I've made it my mission to help others understand and develop their Photographer's Eye. In Seeing 101, I'll share my own ‘Aha Moment’ story when I suddenly understood the key to making compelling photographs, the principles behind my Whole Brain approach to learning photography, and plenty of practical tips to help you sharpen your creative vision."
This event is free and open to the public. Come early, seating may be limited.
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