Making Great Wildflower Photographic Art
March 2, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm UTC+0 at ArtSpace $50
Whether you have a cell phone, a point-and-shoot or a pro-level camera this fun and informal 2.5 hour workshop will help you make better pictures of our wonderful Texas wildflowers. Artificial flowers and other props will be used in a variety of ways in the classroom to demonstrate, teach and practice proven professional techniques, methods and tips to create spectacular art with photographs of our spring flora. Gadgets and equipment will be introduced to help you achieve exceptional results instead of cliché snapshots. Bring your device and/or camera equipment and transform your wildflower photography!
For 20+ years Ted Keller was trained in photography by National-Geographic-published photographers and many other acclaimed professional photographers and instructors as a participant, co-owner, and officer of a prominent photography workshop company sponsored by Nikon Inc. His work has been published nationally and is exhibited and sold throughout Texas. Ted is a photo judge for the North American Nature Photography Association’s College Scholarship Program, and served as the photography judge for the Round Rock Arts 2018 Imagine Exhibit. He has been teaching photography classes locally for 7 years. Ted Keller recently served 2 terms as the President of the Williamson County Art Guild.
His images have been published by: the Austin American Statesman; Bee Culture magazine (cover); GAPW, Inc.; Guestlife Houston (Desert Publications, Inc.); IBM Corporation; Nature Photographer magazine; Paradise Promotions; Reiman Media Group, Inc.; RSI Consulting, Inc.; the Wildlife Trust of North America, Inc.; and World Vision International.
Ted has published an inspirational book based on his nature photos, “Fifty Feisty Photos for Daily Encouragement,” sold online and in bookstores nationwide. In 2014 Ted’s photographic work placed first nationally in the National Park Foundation’s ‘Summer Scrapbook’ competition “Action and Adventure” category. His images are regularly on exhibit and for sale in the “Gallery Off The Square” inside The Framers Gallery located at 610 S. Main St. in Georgetown.
Refunds will not be issued in the event of a no-show or if we receive cancellation notification from class attendee less than 24 hours in advance of event.