Well-known scuba diving photographer Marty Snyderman to lead Houston Seminars
(DiverWire) – OceanicVentures, a well-known scuba diving training facility in Houston, has announced it is sponsoring world-famous underwater photographer Marty Snyderman for a series of key presentations next week.
Photography from the Bottom Up is a new seminar and workshop featuring the work and wisdom of Marty Snyderman. His seminars are lively discussions of his life as a photographer along with lessons on to get fantastic images with almost any camera. This is an all new seminar that will give the experienced as well as the novice shooter solid ideas on how to improve their underwater photography as well as their topside images. Marty will help you get the most out of your digital camera setup including reading histograms, strobe placement and light balance.
Some of the topics covered in this seminar will be:
• Choosing the right strobes to realize your dreams underwater
• How to illuminate your subjects without stunting their growth
• Seeing the little stuff and making it look big
• Getting the big stuff
• Composing the photograph in the camera so you can sleep when you get home
• What to do with 4,000 photographs after your trip
This is seminar has lots of new material, so even if you have attended his presentations in the past, you will walk away with some new techniques in your arsenal. Please plan on attending this special workshop.
Enroll today, space is limited. ONLINE REGISTRATION!
Looking at Your Photographs *Bonus session, is a continuation of Marty’s seminar that will feature the photography of the students as a learning tool. Prior to the course, each student is asked to submit some of their favorite photographs as well as a series of photographs taken from a recent trip. Then with Marty’s guidance, the participants will look at these photographs and learn how to “see” things in their work and how to improve upon them. This promises to be a very unique hands-on session. Because we want to maximize the learning experience, the class size for the Looking at Your Photographs session is limited to 16 to 20 people.
For more details, check out this link: Marty Snyderman at OceanicVentures