Greg Kiser is a self-taught landscape photographer who is regarded for his ability to find the beauty in man-made objects as they decay. Grounded by the Japanese idea of Wabi Sabi, a world view centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection, Greg prides himself on capturing the soul of these objects as they enter their last stages. Join us as he shares his tips for capturing breathtaking and thought-provoking photos of old cars, rusted iron and abandoned buildings using Singh-Ray’s LB ColorCombo
and Galen Rowel hard and soft-edge filters. You’ll also learn where to find these hidden gems, how to get permission to photograph them, and how he handled being surprised by an armed local who thought he might be up to no good.