Learn Mountain Photography with Scott Kranz, Dec 2
Join Seattle-based outdoor photographer Scott Kranz December 2 at 6 pm for an online slideshow and discussion of tools and techniques for approaching and composing mountain landscape photography. Learn about location and trip planning, understanding and working with light, and composition principles that will help you create more captivating images to convey your story. Click here for more information or to register!
Throughout the discussion, Scott will share some of his favorite images from the North Cascades, including work from his 50 Peaks Project, which celebrated the national park’s 50th anniversary through summiting 50 summits in 2018.
If you can’t make this specific date or time, you can still register and we will send you a YouTube link to the workshop to view on your own time! All registrants will have access to the class recording for a limited time approximately one week after the workshop. Click here for more information or to register!
Scott Kranz is a full-time photographer and filmmaker based in Seattle, specializing in mountain sports, outdoor adventure, and natural landscapes. Born and raised in Minnesota, Scott moved to Washington State in 2013 and first explored the Cascade mountain range, which sparked a lifelong love of mountain climbing and outdoor photography. Traveling around the globe and shooting on all seven continents, Scott’s work spans from hiking and climbing in the Cascade, Sierra, and Rocky mountain ranges; trekking in both the European and New Zealand Alps; technical canyoneering and mountain biking in the Southwest deserts; to backcountry skiing among the active volcanoes of Japan.