Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Staff Exhibit Opens at The Ansel Adams Gallery

The Ansel Adams Gallery Staff Show

From March 1 to April 13, 2010

(Photo of Gabe Mange by Evan Russel)

A group exhibit showcasing the works of our talented staff - Nick Ahlgrim, Christine White-Loberg, Dustin Nelson, Gabriel Mange, Sally Owens and Evan Russel. The exhibit will feature both black and white and color images, and include original watercolors by Sally Owens. We invite you to stop by this spring and see the exhibit. Staff artists are available daily and happy to talk with you about photography techniques, the best locations in Yosemite to inspire your creativity, and answer any questions about their work.

While visiting Yosemite this spring and summer, consider a Photography Guiding Session or a photography class

We offer two classes- Using Your Digital Camera and In the Footsteps of Ansel Adams

The In the Footsteps of Ansel Adams class will visit a number of locations from where Ansel composed some of his most famous images and share insights into Ansel's life, photography and philosophies. In both classes, students will gain an understanding of their digital cameras, whether it be an advanced point and shoot or a D-SLR. You will learn the basics of operating your camera including how to focus, work with depth of field, proper exposure, reading your histogram, ISO & shutter speed selection and more.

A private guiding session with one of our gallery staff photographers in Yosemite National Park will allow you to learn about and photograph at a selection of the prime locations within Yosemite National Park. From famous vistas of Half Dome and Yosemite Valley, to more intimate locations throughout the park, our staff photographers will lead you to areas to capture unique images and make the most of your photographic experience.

For questions and to inquire about arranging a guided session or photography class, please email photoclass@anseladams.com or call (888) 361-7622 You can also visit us online.

1 comment:

yosemite faith said...

we took our access to yosemite for granted i am afraid. being so far away now after decades of being a short car ride away is heart wrenching for us. both these photo op classes sound great and i am sure if we return we would be in need. all of our walks, hikes, and following our eyes and ears experience are memories and from experience we know things are always changing in yosemite. thanks as always for sharing.