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Digital Photography Workshop
July 19, 2014 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Join us for a fun filled, fact finding, creative workshop – exploring a wide range of photography genres and technical information. While enhaling high mountain air and viewing magnificent scenic expanses, you will learn how your camera functions; the technical operations of f-stops, shutter speeds, ISO settings, white balance, what lens to use, when and much more. The goal is to have fun, crank up those creative juices and close the gap between what you see and what you get with your camera.
After making fabulous images, the participants will create portfolio books – a visual journal of their workshop – showcasing photographs made during the day using either the Snapfish or Shutterfly platforms.
Date: Saturday: July 19, 2014
Time: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
1. Camera function session in lodge. Coffee/tea/water provided
2. Chairlift ride to summit. Hiking/ Assignments/photography per your curriculum.
3. Picnic lunch
4. Mini Critique
5. More hiking/photography
6. Smoky’s for photo review and book making. Students may order drinks
and food while working on their books
7. Book/portfolio to be shipped at a later date.
$149 Non Students
Students: $100 High School or Higher Ed.
Only 20 spaces available. Click one of the icons below to register online.
Instructor: Pam Benham benhamphotography.com
The Story behind Pam Benham
Pam Benham works as a Location Photographer with clients ranging from Wineries, to Higher Ed, Construction & Architectural Firms, Ag, Medical, Law Firms, Public Affairs Companies, Startup Companies/Entrepreneurs, Editorial and Advertising.
Her expertise is location photography, working in unpredicable environments and always finding moments which beautifully and concisely showcase her clients.
Pam’s teaching career began in Rochester, NY’s School District while attending graduate school followed by positions at Boise State University ( BSU), College of Southern Idaho (CSI) – Hailey Campus, and recently she designed, launched and taught Digital Photography at the College of Western Idaho( CWI).
Pam has a depth of knowledge and experience. Her attitude is: you can always learn something new, enjoy life and be thrilled with seeing something that was invisible before. Discovery awakens.