This was my second workshop with Rocky Mountain Photo Adventures and once again it exceeded my expectations and increased my knowledge of how to capture great images and I wouldn’t hesitate to attend again.
I had fun during my seminar with Mark. He is a great photographer and it was nice to hear his thought process while he captures moments. In my opinion, photography is painting with light and camera is simply a tool. It is rarely about the brand and model of the camera and more about composure and light. I am more confident in taking shots in Manual, Aperture Priority, and Shutter Priority. I ONLY switch to AUTO when I have to give my camera to a stranger to take my photograph. Thank you, Mark! -
Not only did we get to see some wonderful photography, but we were given the low down on how it was created. This included some killer little tidbits of info that helped me learn why some of my photos are great and others aren’t. Like using a flash and polarizer when doing outdoor portraits. Best thing I’ve done for myself and my interest in photography!