By way of encouraging Oregonians to put marine reserves in their viewfinders, the Oregon Marine Reserves Partnership has been offering a series of photography classes this summer, led by professional photographer Jason Waicunas of Outdoor Viewfinder. One more opportunity remains, coming up Sept. 19. The classes are being held at coastal locations associated with marine reserves, offering the opportunity to the photograph a wide-range of subject matter, with three themes relating to the Oregon Marine Reserve Photography Contest: People, Landscapes, and Fish and Wildlife. Waicunas will be teach the artistic side of outdoor photography and provide technical information with an emphasis on proper exposure and composition. Photographers at every level of skill are welcome. There are only 10 places available for each class, so be sure to register in advance for the final class, which will be held 9 a.m. to 3 p.m at Oswald West State Park near Cape Falcon.
Jason Waicunas of Outdoor Viewfinder has been a professional photographer for 20 years and is an Oregon-licensed guide who leads photography classes and tours to some of the most beautiful locations in the Pacific Northwest. For more information or to view Jason's work, visit oviewfinder.com.
Registration is first come, first served. The class is free. To register or to review the complete itinerary, visit http://oviewfinder.com/photography-classes-tours/.
Registration and class inquiries may be made by contacting Jason Waicunas at [email protected] or (503) 705-6769.