In the LandscapeKurt Sorensen
A bundle discount of 15% is available if you enrol in multiple classes. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Join acclaimed artist Kurt Sorensen for this practical course exploring the technical theories and creative approaches to photographing in the landscape.
Drawing on the work of photographers such as Ansel Adams and Sally Mann, participants will focus on expanding their understanding of landscape photography to learn about concept development and composition, and how images relate as part of a series.
Over 3 days participants will develop an understanding of lighting conditions including shooting in low light and implications for exposure. The first day will introduce participants to a number of approaches and techniques for developing a cohesive series. The second session will have participants explore creative approaches and apply their new-found skills in the majestic backdrop of the Blue Mountains including shooting on both digital and analogue formats, with the final session will consisting of a review and discussion of the outcomes from this shoot and areas for further improvement.
This course is for those looking for creative approaches to photographing in the landscape and are eager to experiment and develop their own visual language.
This course runs over three consecutive Saturdays with a maximum class size of 8 participants.
Prerequisites and Requirements
- Camera Craft 2, or relevant experience
- Bring your own DSLR or Mirrorless (MILC) camera (charged batteries and memory card). If you are unsure please search your camera brand and model for clarification.
- Note book and pen
- Students are required to manage their own transport to the Blue Mountains for the second session.
- Please review our FAQ for terms and conditions of enrolment.
at Ted's World of Imaging
317 Pitt Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Please note students will be required to source their own transport to the Blue Mountains for the week two field trip. ACP can facilitate car pooling if required.
Image courtesy of and © ACP student Domenico Roselli, 2018.