Time: 6:30-8:00 pm
Place: The Lake House
Refreshments will be served!
“Being a good photographer is not all about what kind of camera you own. It’s about studying the light, crafting a great composition, and expressing your vision through practice and dedication”
– Kate Silvia
The Seabrook Island Photo Club is pleased to host professional landscape photographer, Kate Silvia, as our speaker on Thursday, April 21. The meeting will be at the Lake House from 6:30-8:00 pm. Refreshments available starting at 6:30 followed by the presentation which begins at 7:00 pm. This meeting is open only to members of the Seabrook Island Photo Club. (If you are not yet a member, you can join at the meeting. The annual membership is $25. Please pay by check or cash.)
Kate will introduce the tools, methods, apps, and ideas which help lead to the best possible outcome of any landscape photography outing. She’ll cover everything from lenses and tripods, to navigation, sunset, and night photography apps. In this presentation, she will also give advice on all aspects of good composition, how to frame your subjects, and the three top questions she asks herself of every photo that she creates.
Kate Silvia is a professional landscape photographer and educator based in Charleston, South Carolina. Her passion for the natural world is matched only by her desire to share that passion with her students. Kate is a natural teacher and is often requested to speak at camera clubs and photo organizations throughout the Southeastern U.S. and beyond. Her images and articles can be seen in numerous publications including Nature Photographer, Landscape Photographer, Visual Wilderness and NANPA’s Expressions. She maintains a YouTube channel with photo editing and field technique tutorials. Kate has authored multiple E-books available on her website and in the Apple Bookstore.
Kate is a regular contributor to Visual Wilderness, an on-line landscape photography resource. She writes for their blog and produces full length educational videos which are available on their website, www.visualwilderness.com
You can learn more about Kate at www.katesilviaphotography.com.
-Submitted by Maureen Healy, Seabrook Island Photo Club
(Image credit: Kate Silva Photography)