2-week class. Bring camera.
Nov 01 - 10 | wed + fri | 1:00PM - 3:00PM
Bring your camera!
Learn to understand how your camera works and what you can do with it. You’ll learn to control your images rather than letting your camera decide. The class is designed around the principal - there's no better way to learn - than by doing. This totally hands-on class allows instant feedback on ways to improve your photography. By the end of this class, you’ll know how to take great photographs!
Located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Aaron Linsdau is a commercial and adventure photographer. He has a passion for getting the shot, even if he has to go to the middle of Antarctica in -40 degree temperatures and 50 knot winds. He has degrees in engineering and science, so he understands the effects of optics, light and how they translate to an emotional and effective image.
Aaron actively teaches classes through the Art Association of Jackson Hole as well as private workshops. He is a member of the Teton Photography Group and actively participates in community events, giving back whenever possible just for the sheer joy of doing it. He is also a professional cinematographer working with TVL Video based in San Diego. Aaron is one of only two Americans who has ever skied from the edge of Antarctica at Hercules Inlet to the South Pole.
Whenever he is not photographing, you will find Aaron backpacking through the deep woods, cross country skiing, or on his latest expedition. And you will likely find him with a camera.
Link to Aaron's website: http://aaronlinsdau.com