Monday, February 7, 2022
Kathleen sees her flower photographs as portraits, and she will show you the equipment and methods she uses to create them. Topics include lighting, choosing a subject, focus issues, aperture choices, selecting a background and how to simplify a subject to truly capture its natural beauty.
Kathleen Clemons is an award-winning photographer, teacher, speaker, author and workshop leader from the coast of Maine. Primarily a nature photographer who specializes in photographing flowers, Kathleen is known for her creative use of natural light and unique, artistic photographs.
Lensbaby has named her the “Georgia O’Keeffe of Lensbaby Flower Photography” and her work is represented world- wide by Getty Images and several other agencies.
Kathleen teaches online classes as well as many location workshops and seminars and is on the instructional staff of the Santa Fe Workshops and Gather Academy. She has also filmed instructional classes for Craftsy, CreativeLive, Lensbaby University and is the author of “All About Textures”.
With a background in education and a passion for both photography and teaching, Kathleen loves to teach others how to improve their photography skills and to see beyond the obvious. Her work can be seen at http://kathleenclemons.com
NFRCC Speaker Series 2021 – 2022