The workshop begins at 9AM sharp with a portfolio review and multimedia presentation. Please bring 5 of your best photos either in digital format or as prints.
Over the period of the Day - Some topics we'll be discussing –
What makes a Good Photograph?
How to work with Back light, side light and fill light and why
Our first location will be Grey Towers home of environmentalist Gordon Pinchot, here we will work on photographing the beautiful grounds as well as working with a model in the landscape. Possibly we'll get access to the interior, provided it's not too crowded and we’ll be able to photograph the inside of this historic mansion as well. Portrait and wide-angle lenses will be used for the exterior. Tripods will be important as well as wide-angle lenses for the interior.
From here we will stop for lunch in town and then take a short drive to Luna Parc home to artist Ricky Boscorino. Luna Parc is an environmental sculpture park. It is an ever-changing, fun, and quirky kind of place with so much to see and photograph. I guarantee you will be astounded and delighted. For this location bring along a tripod, a macro lens, if you have one, and various other lenses. You will want to spend many hours here. There is no doubt; you will want to bring along your partner for this one, as it is quite unusual and everybody just loves it! If we’re lucky, Ricky Boscorino, the Artist will be home and you will have a chance to meet him and possibly do a portrait of him.
Afterwards we will head out to one of the many waterfalls. Here we will do time/motion studies and work on shutter speed and aperture selection. You will want to bring along a tripod, various lenses & possibly a hand held release (you can also use your camera’s self timer)
If you decide to stay for the another day, the following morning we will meet up for breakfast & we'll then head out to Synders Llama farm a beautiful majestic 70 acre farm where 80 Llama’s roam freely which is also very close by. We will have free access to the farm, inside the barns and be able to get up close and personal with the animals.
Afterwards, we will return to the Learning Center, edit our film select our favorite shots for another review and learning session. Please bring along your laptop if you have one, as it will make it easier to edit depending on the amount of participants.
During this Workshop JoAnne will teach you many tricks of the trade and you will come away a much better photographer
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This workshop is designed for beginner, amateur and serious advanced amateur photographers
Cost of the Workshop on June 9th is $199
*Please note, meals, Saturday Evening’s Blues Concert at the Milford Theatre, and entry fee to Grey Towers interior is not included in cost (book a reservation right away if you plan to spend the weekend as places especially THIS weekend will fill up fast)
Additional Workshop Day on June 10th providing you go to the Workshop the day before and we have enough students to make this happen is $100
This is small intimate workshops and we cannot refund payment but will give credit toward another workshop, if for any reason you need to cancel.
*Schedule subject to changes
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Located in the Northeastern corner of Pennsylvania, on the Eastern border of the Poconos, Pike County is within driving time of one-third of the nation's population. Interstate 84 crosses East to West through the County, providing access to New York State and New England, and connections to Interstate 80 and 81. Often known as the Tri-State area, both New York State and New Jersey. We are approximately 68 miles from New York City.
JoAnne Kalish's passion for photography developed at a young age. She became one of the first women to shoot stories for "Sports Illustrated." Covering stories that ranged from ice hockey, football, women's basketball and Grand Prix auto racing. She worked for the International Olympic Committee to provide photographic coverage of the 1984 Olympic Games. Editorial clients also include "Time Magazine", U.S. News and World Report, etc. Nowadays, she works for many various clients and does more advertising type work than editorial. Her areas of visual interest are varied and include portraiture, travel, lifestyle, and fine art photography. She is comfortable on location and in the studio. In the advertising realm, she had picked up numerous awards, receiving international acclaim for her Claritin and Sports Authority ad campaigns.
As a television host, JoAnne traveled with Celebrity guest actor Peter Strauss into the jungles of Panama to film an episode of ESPN's "Canon Photo Safari." She's an associate producer on a Discovery Channel Special for Shark Week called "The Last Shark Hunter." JoAnne has taught "American Photo/Popular Photography" Mentor Series Workshops, was invited to create a seminar on Sensuality and Beauty at Palm Beach, and teaches Photography Workshops at their Learning Center with partner Joe DiMaggio. To see more of her work go to http:www.dimaggio-kalish.com