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David Leaser’s lecture on Big Flower Photography

$75.00$85.00

Friday, January 27, 2017

Get ready to start your journey into the realm of the extreme, where you will literally see a bees-eye view of flowers through a revolutionary new technique in close-up photography!

In this lecture, photographer, author and teacher David Leaser will discuss how to create highly detailed botanical images using a groundbreaking technique. David will cover everything you need to know, from picking the right subjects to camera settings, lighting and software. David will even show you how to create your own affordable small indoor studio so you can enjoy creating dramatic, close-up botanical photographic works of art.

Friday, January 27, 2017
Members $75 / Non Members $85

 10:30 am Mimosas
11:00 am Lecture
12:00 pm Lunch

Virginia Robinson Gardens
1008 Elden Way
Beverly Hills, CA  90210
310-550-2068

www.robinsongardens.org 

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Photographer, author and teacher David Leaser will discuss how to create highly detailed botanical images using a groundbreaking technique by layering dozens of photos together to create a work of art.

DATE:
Friday, January 27, 2017

David Lesser Biography:
David Leaser is an award-winning fine art photographer known for his highly detailed, closeup photography of botanical subjects. David’s work has received critical acclaim: Nikon featured David’s groundbreaking techniques in its international magazine, Nikon World, and his work has appeared in numerous media, including ABC News, Fox News, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, Sunset, Florida Design and Architectural Digest. His work, “Tiger’s Eye,” was the only photograph accepted for exhibition at the prestigious London Art Biennale. David is the only photographer to win the Gold and Silver medals in same category at the International Photography Awards. His work is in the permanent collection at the Huntington in San Marino. Ann Landi, contributing editor for ARTnews, writes that David’s botanical images “seduce us as only an unforgettable work of art can: with an invitation to look, and look again.” David is the author of four books featuring his photographic work. He lives in Southern California with his wife and family.