Friday Afternoon, April 28, 2017 to Sunday Noon, April 30, 2017
Only three spots remain.
We’ll concentrate on the RI shoreline and most likely utilize one of the National Wildlife Refuge centers (Sachuest or Charlestown) for classroom work. Meet-up details to follow. The objective of this workshop is to expand our compositional skills utilizing the RI shoreline in locations such as Rocky Point, Beavertail, Brenton Light, etc., so that we will be better equipped when traveling afar. In addition, at one of the sites Gustav, an accomplished diver, will be bringing up aquatic animals for us to photograph in tide pools.
Gustav W. Verderber is a naturalist, author, professional nature photographer, and adjunct professor of environmental science. Gustav is one of the few professional photographers who can write as well as he can photograph. His publishing credits include: Natural History, Nature Photographer, Nature’s Best, Backpacker, National Audubon Society Calendar, Ranger Rick, Vermont Life, Vermont Magazine, Yankee, Northern Woodlands, Natural New England, Fly Rod & Reel, Adirondack Life, Nebraskaland Magazine. Gustav has also been the featured guest speaker at the NECCC, PSA International Conference, Columbia Council of Camera Clubs, Cleveland Metro Parks annual festival, as well as at clubs, corporate meetings, nature centers, galleries, and campuses across the United States. In 2003, Gustav photographed Yellowstone National Park on assignment for Kodak. Gustav’s prints are exhibited in galleries from Vermont to Pennsylvania. His multimedia presentation, Sojourns in The Wild, has received standing ovations from coast to coast and he continues to produce new versions of his acclaimed presentation which features original scores by noted composer, William Jackson, as he travels the world adding exciting new images to his portfolio.
COST – $250.00 Make checks payable to PSRI and either give them to Ted Lawson, (treasurer) at a meeting, mail to 260 Lonsdale Av., Pawt., RI 02860 or through PayPal at firstname.lastname@example.org .
PLEASE indicate “RI Workshop” on check or in PayPal notes section.
You can see many great images and learn more about Gustav Verderber at his website, Sojourns in Nature