Photographic Arts Society of Northwestern PA (PASNWPA) is hosting an educational photography seminar called “Not Just Another Shot” by award-winning photographer, Ellen Anon.
In this full-day seminar, Ellen, whose photography is based on nature, with a blend of the realistic and abstract, will provide valuable insight into how to create images that stand out from the millions that are taken each day…images that go beyond being just technically correct. And involve emotions and communicate stories.
The full-day seminar will be divided into sections that will include some lecture, as well as exercises and discussion. The exercises are designed to help you step out of your comfort zone and experiment in ways that may help you take your images in slightly new directions. Be sure to bring your camera and lenses (or at the very least a cell phone camera)! Some post- processing approaches will be discussed although this will not be the primary emphasis of the seminar. There will also be a private Facebook group for a limited amount of time after the seminar where each person can post a certain number of images created from the workshop and receive feedback both from Ellen and from others who attend the seminar.
WHEN: Saturday, September 22, 2018 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
WHERE: Gannon University, Zurn Science Center Room 104
143 W 7th St, Erie, PA 16501
COST: $49, including lunch · Reservations required
High school/college students (with ID) free with reservation
To reserve your spot for this full-day seminar, send a check in the amount of $49 payable to ‘PASNWPA’ to Candy Felege at 9147 Francis Rd., Girard, PA 16417 or pay by PayPal:
Send money to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Make your reservation today to participate in a unique hands-on seminar by this outstanding and internationally renowned photographer, Ellen Anon!
About Ellen Anon
Ellen is a an internationally acclaimed photographer, writer, and speaker who specializes in expressive photography. Her images, often based on nature, are sometimes realistic and sometimes abstract but always designed to elicit emotional reactions from the viewer. Her goal is to go beyond the ordinary in ways that hopefully stimulate others to pause and appreciate some of the beauty and wonder of our earth to help balance some of the stress of everyday life. Ellen has won recognition in numerous world-wide competitions including the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competitions. She has co-authored 9 books on photography and digital processing as well as articles and video training materials. She is a member of the SanDisk Extreme Team.