From the series "Even in the Darkest Days" - Camel Rocks, Bermagui, NSW
An evening of creativity, passion and all that is landscape photography, with Adam Williams, AIPP’s NSW Landscape Photographer of the Year (2015-2017) and NSW Professional Photographer of the Year (2015 & 2017).
Use visual clues and metaphors to tell unique, in-depth stories,
Create unique photographs with more emotion and meaning,
Draw inspiration from your surroundings to produce your best work,
And, much more.
You will also enjoy the unique opportunity to hear the stories behind Adam’s most emotive images.
The evening also features a range of EIZO ColorEdge monitors. You get to see firsthand why EIZO is the preferred choice of world-class photographers and educators such as Dr Les Walkling, Tony Hewitt, Karen Alsop, Peter Eastway, William Long, Lisa Saad, Jackie Ranken, Rocco Ancora and Mike Langford, to name a few.
There will be a number of Colour Management Specialists at hand to help clarify any questions you may have regarding your workflow.
Adam is a landscape photographer from Sydney, Australia.
Specialising in photography education, including Photoshop education, he has been conducting workshops since 2013, teaching 100's of students not only the skills and techniques to quickly improve their photography, but the confidence and knowledge to take their passion further.
Some of his accolades are:
Representing Australia at the 2015 Photography World cup
1st place for Landscape at the International Loupe Awards 2013
Focus Image of the year 2014
Highest scoring Landscape Print in the APPA Print awards 2014
APPA Australian Emerging Photographer of the Year 2014.
AIPP NSW Landscape Photographer of the year 2015
AIPP NSW Professional Photographer of the year 2015
AIPP NSW Landscape Photographer of the year 2016
AIPP NSW Landscape Photographer of the year 2017
AIPP NSW Professional Photographer of the year 2017
Visit Adam's website for more about him and his amazing work.
“The Secrets of Creating Visual Poetry” is brought to you by our team at EIZO,