The exhibit “Impressionism in Photography” has been on display in the library since late December. On Tues., February 5 at 6:30 p.m., the photographer, Ron Wybranowski, will be here to discuss his work. He will talk about how he has expanded his photographic view from clear, sharp, in-focus images of nature and wildlife to include these diffused and brilliantly colored images of many of the same scenes.
The techniques used are very long exposures, sometimes aided by multiple neutral density filters, and panning the camera either horizontally or vertically to gather the sweep of the scene. The subject matter remains much the same: sunrise, sunset, the seashore, forests and fall foliage. This impressionistic approach requires new “eyes” to see a final image which evokes a much more emotional response. The ten images in this exhibit are the result of those efforts. Ron will talk about the images on display and where, when, and how these and others were taken. He will also present two short slideshows of his other work.
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