Photographer John Clements Offering Hands On Lessons

During the month of May local photographer John Clement has announced that he will be taking fellow photographers out with him to some of his favorite spots around the region. This would be great for those who are just starting out in the art of photography, wanting to learn something new, or those who just enjoy going out and capturing some of the beautiful scenery surrounding the Tri Cities Washington area. Travel with John on one, two, three or four day shoots to his favorite places here in Eastern Washington. Areas to be explored include the Columbia Gorge and its spectacular vistas and flowers. The Palouse and its green velvet hills, the Snake and Grande Rhode Rivers in all of their spring glory! Included will be your transportation, hands on instructions from John about lighting, composition, understanding weather and how it affects the quality of your image and locations, location, location for the great photograph! Seminar rates vary depending on the number of times you would like to attend.

For pricing information or to register to go either send John Clement an email or call 509.735.7699.

Posted by Joe and Colleen Lane, your Tri Cities Washington Real Estate Agents. Call or email us today! 509.438.9344


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1 Response to "Photographer John Clements Offering Hands On Lessons"

Bob @ East Bay Realtors wrote: As important to our business as photography has become, it always amazes me how few Realtors take the time to learn how to construct a really good photo. I wish I could tag along with this fellow - I have about a million questions to ask him.

One of the biggest issues I have is not necessarily with the photographic process, but with the cameras themselves! So many of the top brand high-end digital cameras have become so automated and complicated that you end up taking the photo that the camera wants, not the one YOU want.

I tried to take some sunrise shots the other day and I could not make my camera understand that I wanted the low light situation. In the end, the camera won out. I was forced to retreat to my owner's manual until another day.

Good luck on your photo shoot - let's see some of that beautiful Tri-Cities countryside on your site!

Posted on Saturday, April 30th, 2011 at 5:45am.