Lisa Langell

Lisa Langell

Expand your creativity! A whole new world of photography, creativity, and fun opens up when you break the boundaries of traditional imagery and explore photographing abstracts!

Abstract photography is all about taking the everyday objects and transforming them into something creative and mostly unrecognizable in comparison to their original form. Through instruction, hands-on work, and inspiration from your instructor and fellow participants, you will learn how to apply basic compositional guidelines while using a variety of lenses to create abstract images using motion blur, patterning, contrast, shadows, color theory, textures, edges, and more to design images that are artistic, ethereal, and fun!

This session is always full of laughs, freedom, and creativity.

Beginner to Advanced photographers welcome!

Day: Friday March 8, 2019

Time: 2:00pm-5:00pm

Location: Sugden Hall, FGCU

Suggested Equipment:

  • Camera (DSLR, Mirrorless, bridge/point-and-shoot with zoom capabilities)
  • For DSLR / Mirrorless users:
    • Choose a zoom lens(s) with longer reach (e.g., 100-400mm, 70-200mm, etc.)
    • Choose a mid-range lens (e.g., 24-70mm)
    • Choose a close-up / macro lens (optional)
  • Tripod optional, but not required.
  • Hoodman Loupe (optional, but provides better visibility of your LCD screen outdoors)

$89 per person