“Creating movement may be the most important ingredient in making a powerful image; yet learning to use it in your photography is one of the hardest things to do. In this presentation pro outdoor and travel photographer Dan Ballard will teach you how to use elements in the real world, and techniques in post processing to create movement in your images. Dan gives lectures on photography worldwide and is well known for his clear and well-presented ideas. This presentation will give photographers of all levels a new way to think about designing and processing their images.
By learning to understand negative and positive space and how the eye naturally moves from point of interest to point of interest, you will leave this presentation with a new understanding of photography! The first half of the lecture will deal with shooting and arranging elements in your photographs. The second half will be about showing and adding new movement to an image in post, regardless of the program you use.
“Dan Ballard is an internationally known travel and landscape photographer from Colorado. Dan has visited over 60 countries on five continents around the globe in search of great photos.
His images have been on display around the U.S. in museums and galleries, and he has sold images to clients around the world, including The National Geographic Society, The Smithsonian, The Travel Channel, Microsoft, The Sierra Club, and many others.
Dan is an accomplished keynote speaker and has given presentations throughout Europe and all over the US.