Date(s) - Thursday, March 3, 2022
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
1. My Story – Sharon’s journey from transitioning from engineering to photography with an overview of the variety and scope of her work throughout her career.
2. Long Exposure as Fine Art Photography – Sharon will present the artistic side of Long Exposure Photography as it applies to various genres of photography. She will especially emphasize her passion, which is architectural photography. Sharon will also discuss some guidelines to work with, other works that inspire her and what makes a great fine art image.
Sharon defines herself as an artist working within the medium of photography. The artistic process is paramount in every creation she completes. She always aspires to ‘show reality in a different way’, creating images rather than capturing them. Sharon is constantly challenging herself: whether experimenting with bicycle parts to create composite cityscapes or painting selective overlays onto her images. She is committed to the artistic process of growth and change in the continuous pursuit for novelty.
Sharon was educated as a Civil Engineer. Her love for structures is reflected in a vast body of works that celebrate more than mere architecture, but rather, the Art in Architecture.
As an artist, Sharon has won numerous international photography awards, has been published in esteemed magazines such as National Geographic. As an educator, Sharon has taught group workshops from New York to Melbourne, as well as online. She has a variety of video tutorials and ebooks and is the founder of Talk-&-Learn, a free one-hour weekly zoom session for image critique and creation.
Please Note: These are scheduled as online meetings and a Zoom link will be sent out a day or two in advance of the meeting. Duration of the meetings will normally be an hour and a half, unless otherwise posted.
Guests: There is a $10.00 charge for attending meetings where we have a guest speaker. You can register for the event by clicking on the Booking button below. You will receive a follow up email with the aforementioned link to the meeting. Thank You!