Thursday, March 8th, 2018 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Landscapes Start to Finish

This class will spend the day on landscape photography, from capture to post processing.  We’ll start with an early morning shoot where Tom will discuss lens selection, composition, aperture choice, perspective, balance and understanding light.  Tom will discuss how to capture emotion in the landscape, choosing the right exposure and using filters in the field.  After a lunch break, the class will have afternoon lectures on how to process landscape images.  Tom will demonstrate his workflow using Lightroom and Photoshop, including the ten adjustments he does for every image.  Tom will also demonstrate plugins that help the landscape photographer bring his images to life.

Gear Requirements:
– DSLR Camera/lens
– Memory cards
– Tripod
– Cable Release
– Small flashlight
– Batteries/charger
– Laptop needed if want to follow along with post-processing in afternoon

*Don’t have the right lens? Sigma will have a variety of lenses to loan–don’t let that prevent you from signing up for this class!!

Workshop Session Details

Workshop Instructor

Tom Bol is an editorial and commercial photographer based in Colorado. He specializes in adventure sports photography, portraits and travel. He is a contributor to many publications including Digital Photo Pro and Photoshop User magazines. He is an instructor at KelbyOne, and Photo District News labeled him as one of the best photo workshop instructors in the country. National Geographic Adventure listed Tom as one of “50 of America’s Top Visionaries” for his photography, and he has been featured in numerous photography magazines about his creative lighting techniques. Tom is a member of the Sandisk Extreme Team recognizing his continual drive to create unique images in challenging environments. He has written three books on photography including Adventure Sports Photography; Creating Dramatic Images in Wild Places, a popular reference for outdoor photographers. His images and stories are published worldwide by a variety of clients.

Tom Bol / Workshop