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Mark Bowie


Mark Bowie

Tuesday, February 14, 2023

12:30 AM

Remote Meeting (See Instructions/Get Zoom Link Emailed)

Moments of Inspiration & Revelation

Featuring  the best of my latest still images, time-lapse sequences and video,  I’ll share insights and techniques gleaned during moments of inspiration  and revelation that viewers can use to dramatically improve their own  imagery.  Inspiration — when events coalesced to create heartfelt  imagery, and revelation — when, in the light of personal discovery, I  came across a specific strategy or technique of remarkable artistic  effect.  I’ll share the thought processes and field craft that took my imagery to another level:

Lessons in the Art of Seeing

  • Possibilities presented under specific weather & lighting

  • Using light and shadow to add depth and drama

  • Compositional choices – visual flow, image design, compelling vantage points

  • Exploring with telephoto lenses

  • White balance selection

  • Color and textural contrasts

  • Creating "images" of mood & feeling

  • What video and time-lapse can teach us about shooting stills

  • Painterly landscapes using impressionistic techniques, in-camera and beyond

I’ll  also share processing lessons on creating a light path to guide viewers’ eyes, artistic dodging and burning, selective color and contrast control, and more.

It's an ambitious project.  A monumental presentation.  Fresh.  Creative.  Informative.

Mark Bowie

Mark  Bowie is a professional nature photographer, writer and much sought-after public speaker.  He has done three coffee-table books on his native Adirondacks, has authored two extensive e-books on night photography, and one on his photographic journey, Finding November.  He has also released two instructional videos, FORESTS: The Art of Photographing Trees & Woods and Multiple Exposures for Maximum Landscapes.  Mark is a staff instructor for the Adirondack Photography Institute and leads landscape photography workshops.  For more on his work visit his website,

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