The Harrisburg Camera Club is sponsoring seminars featuring Photographers Tim Cooper and Arthur Ransome. Both photographers will be giving the same 90-minute program twice so you can see both programs and not miss any instruction.
Tim Cooper will present his technical program on “Crafting the Fine Art Photograph in Adobe Lightroom”. And Arthur Ransome will present “Seeing in Black & White” as well as discuss compiling a body of work, using social media to expand your market and self-publishing a book.
At 2:30 all participants will gather in the main room for Tim Cooper’s inspiring presentation “Magic Light- A Landscape Photographers Passion” He will highlight how to make the best use of the magic light that starts prior to and through sunrise and the light that decreases and falls prior, during and after sunset. Compositional techniques will be pointed out throughout the presentation.
Schedule for the day:
9:00 AM Conference Center opens – Vendors are open
10:00 -11:30 Tim Cooper program and Arthur Ransome program in separate rooms
11:30 – 12:30 Catered Lunch – Vendor area open
12:30 – 2:00 Tim Cooper program and Arthur Ransome program in separate rooms
2:00 -2:30 Break – Vendor area open
2:30 – 4:00 All participants to see Tim Cooper’s “Magic Light instructional program in the main room
4:00 – 4:45 Meet the photographers and Tim Cooper, Arthur Ransome and vendor sales
5:00 Conference Center closes
This one day workshop will be held at the Conference Center of Central Penn College in Summerdale, PA. This location provides easy travel access from the North, South, East or West; conveniently located less than two miles from I-81 at the Rt11/15 south exit. Amenities include classroom set-up with desks. A full catered Deli buffet lunch including: Soup, Salads – fruit, green, potato, tuna or pasta; sliced meats – Roast Beef, Ham, Salami and Turkey; cheeses – Pepper jack, Swiss, Provolone and American; assorted breads and rolls, relish tray and condiments and assorted dessert selections. Refreshments include water, coffee, tea and soda. Premium food catered through the Harrisburg Hilton Hotel in the on-site restaurant.
Any questions please contact HCC President Andrew Hoff at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Cooper has shown himself to be inspired by the nature that surrounded him, both where he lived (in breathtaking Montana) and wherever he is led by his work. From national parks, to iconic vistas throughout the United States, to remote spaces barely touched by man, Tim has been there with his camera.
Tim began his career as a commercial and assignment photographer working with clients such as The North Face, The Ritz Carlton, Vasque boots, 3M and The International Heart Institute. His editorial and commercial photographs have appeared in Travel & Leisure, New York Times Magazine, Outdoor Photographer, Fly Rod & Reel, Northern Lights and Private Clubs as covers, advertising, art and editorial illustration. Tim has also been involved with the Rocky Mountain School of Photography since 1993. He is the author of the training videos Perfect Exposure for Digital Photography, Perfect Composition, and Magic Light, The digital book, Capture Process Print, and his latest book Complete Photoshop CS4 for Digital Photographers.
Today, Tim combines his love for photography with his love for showing others a means by which they can realize their own similar passion. His work can be seen on his website: http://www.timcooperphotography.com/
Arthur Ransome as a relative latecomer to fine art photography began his photographic life when scuba diving in Puerto Rico during the six years that he lived there. Scuba diving introduced Arthur to sights that he could only describe through the photographs that he made. Although moving to the Washington DC / Baltimore area in 2005 stopped the scuba diving, Arthur continued to seek imagery above sea level. Working mainly with 35mm format cameras and sometimes large format, 4×5 view cameras (slowly using up his stock of very out of date Polaroid PN 55 film), Arthur photographs the black and white world that he sees around him. Although his subject matter is varied, he chooses subjects that express emotion and a sense of time, place and being.
Amongst others, Arthur’s work has been featured in B&W Magazine and Silvershotz Magazine and has been included in several exhibitions around the United States. He is represented by the Easton Gallery of Photographic Arts and also the Light Street Gallery in Baltimore, MD. Arthur recently published his first photo monologue, Lonaconing Silk Mill: Portrait of a Place.
Arthur is an active speaker at national and international photography events as well as camera clubs. His work can be seen on his website: www.aransomephoto.com and he also maintains an active blog http://aransomephoto.com/blog/ in which he notes his feelings, thoughts and philosophy about photography.
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