Free Webinar:

Photographing Sand Dunes: Nature's Dynamic Landscape

With Sarah Marino and Jennifer Renwick

August 4th, 2020 06:00 PM Eastern Time

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Here’s what you’ll learn in the webinar!

We invite you to join Jennifer Renwick and Sarah Marino for a FREE webinar about a perpetual favorite subject: sand dunes! Anytime we talk about or show photos of sand dunes, we get so many questions. So, we decided to host a session focused on one thing: our essential lessons for photographing sand dunes, especially during windy conditions. We will also share a few in-depth case study photos and have time for your questions.


This webinar is part of our new collaboration, Live – Laugh – Landscape, which will be a series of educational conversations about a wide variety of nature photography topics, covered in a conversational and collaborative way. Due to limited space, you must register in advance if you would like to participate in the live webinar. By registering for this webinar, you consent to being added to our respective mailing lists (you can unsubscribe at any time and your email address will never be shared).

This is one of the best on-line photography education presentations I have seen in more than 5 years. You presented everything: mood, composition, camera settings, process, technical obstacles, and post processing. Please do more of these!

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Your Presenters

Sarah Marino of Nature Photo Guides

Sarah Marino is a full-time nature photographer, photography educator, and writer who splits her time between a home base in rural southwestern Colorado and nomadic traveling in an Airstream trailer. Sarah’s portfolio features a diverse range of subjects including grand landscapes, intimate landscapes, abstract renditions of nature, and creative portraits of plants and trees.  Sarah’s teaching, through in person workshops, ebooks, and video tutorials, focuses on personal expression, seeing opportunities in any landscape, photographing nature’s small scenes, and a slow style of photography focused on exploration and connecting with nature.

Jennifer Renwick of Exploring Exposure

Jennifer left her previous career in 2016 to focus on her passion for nature photography and traveling. The natural world has always been her inspiration, and she brings attention to the smaller details of the landscape. She emphasizes on connecting with a place while photographing to create an image that in turn will create a more meaningful photograph and story for the viewer. She enjoys photographing natural abstracts, intimate nature scenes, wildlife and black and white landscapes. She lives in Ridgway, Colorado and travels full-time teaching nature photography workshops throughout the American West.

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