Creative Composition Presented By: Sarah Ehlen
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
It’s such a shame that photography forces us to take a three dimensional world and convey it in just two dimensions. Or is it? Join instructor Sarah Ehlen as she discusses the idea of dimension when it comes to composing an image. By looking at specific examples, Sarah will show several ways to create depth, feeling, and a sense of story in an image. She’ll talk about how all these elements come together to make an impression on the viewer and create photos with impact.
Photography has been a lifelong passion of Sarah’s, with a focus on landscape, nature, and travel imagery. She is a graduate of Rocky Mountain School of Photography’s Summer Intensive Program, where she currently works as an instructor. She is an Adobe Certified Expert in Lightroom, and loves helping people learn the skills needed to take their photography further, both in the field and behind the computer. She enjoys the process of creating and marketing her images as fine art prints, and her work has also been published in Portland Magazine, Montana Magazine, and Big Sky Journal. Prior to her time at RMSP, she spent a decade working as a Park Ranger at North Cascades National Park in Washington. With an extensive knowledge of the natural world, Sarah is able to bring a unique perspective to her teaching of landscape and nature photography.