On Tuesday, April 26th, JPPG proudly welcomes Charles “Chas” Glatzer, one Canon’s newest Explorers of Light, to Jacksonville! Chas will present his program on Post-Production Tips: “How to Make Your Best Images Even Better!”
Chas is recognized as one of the top wildlife photographers working today. Every week, he receives emails asking why his images look better and more lifelike than many of those posted on the web. Join Chas as he walks you through Post Production Tips and Techniques designed to make your Best Images Even Better.
This program is free to all JPPG Members. If you’re not a JPPG Member, the cost is $15 at the door.
People’s Choice: For this month’s People’s Choice, we will have two categories – one for color images and one for black and white. You may enter a print into one category OR both.
The program will be held at the Ramada Inn Mandarin, on Hartley Road, on April 26th. Social time begins at 6:30pm, with announcements beginning at 7pm, and Chas’ program beginning immediately after the announcements. We hope you will also plan to join us at Chili’s after the meeting!
Chas Glatzer is a Canon Explorer of Light, a prestigious group comprised of the most influential photographers and cinematographers in the world, each a master of their creative specialty.
Since founding Shoot The Light in the mid-nineties, Chas has cemented his place in the world as one of the top wildlife photographers working today. His dynamic and inspirational teaching have also made him one of the most sought after educators and speakers in his field. The depth and diversity of his background make him truly exceptional in the world of wildlife photography. This diverse work experience over his 33 years as a professional photographer provides workshop participants and seminar attendees with an unparalleled resource.
Chas’ work has been celebrated internationally with over 40 prestigious awards for superior photographic competence demonstrated through photographic competition, advanced education, and service to the profession. His images are recognized internationally for their lighting, composition, and attention to detail and have appeared in many publications worldwide including National Geographic, Outdoor Photographer, National Parks, Discover Diving, Smithsonian, Professional Photographer, Birder’s World, Nature Photographer, EOS, Digital PhotoPro, and many more.
When not behind the camera or computer, Chas can be found on the river fly fishing near his home in the beautiful mountains of western North Carolina.
Check out Chas’ website.