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Using Light to Make
Powerful Images
Learning to recognize and take advantage of "perfect" light
Photographing in difficult or "bad" light
Flash for the travel photographer
The technical side of capturing great light
Photo: Nevada Wier
Have you ever traveled to a beautiful location you want to photograph, only to arrive and find yourself saying, "The light's not right. Now what?" Whether it's a once-in-a-lifetime vacation to a remote destination or an important magazine assignment, you know you have to get the picture. Join National Geographic Traveler senior photo editor Dan Westergren and world-renowned travel photographer Nevada Wier as they explain how to find great light and share their tips for what to do when it's "not quite right."
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Sunday, April 29, 2012
Atlanta, Georgia
Georgia Tech Learning Center
$195.00 per person (includes lunch)
The sessions will run from 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
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Sign up for any NG Traveler Photography seminar and receive a $250 travel certificate with Lindblad Expeditions.
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