Armchair Trek: Developing Your Photographer’s Eye with Dana Bruce

Here’s the blurb on my lecture tomorrow on composition and design:

March 30, 2011 7:00 to 8:30p.m.

Dana Bruce, photography instructor at Sierra College, will be guiding us to be able to recognize and capture scenes that can evoke a strong emotional response by the viewer. The exercise is learning to see the world through a “frame” and to see the world as “elements of design” rather than three dimensional objects.

This event will be followed up with an outdoor field trip on April 10 where you can practice and hone your newly acquired knowledge.

For specific details check out the Nevada County Land Trust‘s website.

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2 Responses to Armchair Trek: Developing Your Photographer’s Eye with Dana Bruce

  1. Robert Hicks says:

    Yo Dana:

    Got into the website just fine…Lots of blurbs and good images. Somewhat distracting that your gallery index pages only show a “segment” of the complete set of panels making up a particular image. Can this be changed? May be not necessary to change but the first impression does not give you credit for the sublime composition of the complete print. Nice talking with you,

    Bob Hicks

  2. dana says:

    “Somewhat distracting that your gallery index pages only show a “segment” of the complete set of panels making up a particular image. Can this be changed?”

    It was a compromise. The other renditions just didn’t work. It’s very difficult to fit a 7 inch wide by 20 inch tall image on a typical computer screen.

    Thank you for the helpful comments.

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