PALMER LAKE, CO – Warren Roh will teach photographers how to capture stunning action photographs that tell a story at 7 p.m., Monday, May 13, at the Mountain Community Mennonite Church facility, 643 Hwy 105, in Palmer Lake. The session is free and open to all interested photographers. To see more about the event or the Palmer Divide Photographers Group, go to www.pdphotographers.com.
Roh, a self-taught photographer who loves to teach others how to master the art of photography, says, “Action Photography involves nearly all aspects of the photographic art, with a little science mixed in as needed to get the shot.”
In this class, photographic equipment, camera settings, lighting, and techniques will be discussed for a multitude of action situations. Many photographic examples involving sports, animals, aircraft, amusements, vehicles, and much more are presented to ensure interest and understanding.
A copy of the presentation will be available as an abbreviated handout during the class and a full size, high-resolution handout will be available on-line. There will be adequate time allotted for Q & A, and Roh will stay as long as necessary to assure all questions are answered should the meeting time be exceeded.
Roh is a U.S. Navy veteran and retired aerospace engineer. For three years of his eight years of Naval service, Warren was stationed near Tokyo Japan. During this time, Warren really got into the art of photography. In Japan, where great photography equipment was inexpensive and plentiful, Warren didn’t waste any time buying camera gear, taking classes, and using what he learned. Action and fast moving subject photography became one of his passions.
After the Navy, Warren went to work for a large Denver aerospace company as a design engineer and de facto program photographer. For the next twenty years Warren was able to polish his photographic and videographic skills. Warren was often called upon to shoot macro, stationary, and action subjects, products, and procedures that were then used for company engineering presentation and design documentation.
In case of inclement weather, check the Palmer Divide Photographers website or the Facebook page where a notice of cancellation will be posted.
For more information on the Palmer Divide Photographers, go to http://www.pdphotographers.com.
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