Jeffrey Klug developed his passion for photography while in high school. He earned Associate degrees in Photography and Photo Electronics Technology. He opened his camera store, Klug’s Photo World, in 1981, which included a photo lab and studio.
Over the years, he specialized in architectural, commercial, portraits, fine art, and aerial photography. He also taught photography, Adobe Photoshop, and Lightroom classes at various institutions and camera clubs. In 2020, he closed Klug’s Photo World. He opened Jeffrey R Klug Photography LLC, specializing in teaching photography and selling Fine Art Photographs online.
Jeffrey has held various positions in photography organizations, including past editor and webmaster for PSA Wisconsin Chapter. He is the webmaster for Menomonee Falls Camera Club and the Digital Forum Newsletter editor. He also hosts a monthly Photographer’s forum called the Digital Forum, where photographers can ask questions and get answers to their photography problems. His specialization is in landscape, architecture, and racing photography.
Best Camera is the One You Have With You – Shooting in Nature Parks
In this session, we will explore the concept that “the best camera is the one you have with you.” Many people believe that to take great photos, you need a high-end camera with all the latest features. However, in reality, the camera you have with you at any given moment can be just as effective in capturing a special moment or creating a stunning image.
We will discuss the advantages and limitations of using different types of cameras, including smartphones, point-and-shoot cameras, mirrorless and DSLRs. We will also share tips and techniques for making the most of the camera you have, including composition, lighting, and post-processing.
By the end of the talk, you will have a greater appreciation for the camera you have with you and how to use it to capture amazing photos. You’ll also learn how to improve your photography skills, regardless of the type of camera you have. Whether you’re a professional photographer or just a casual hobbyist, this talk will inspire you to get out there and start capturing incredible images with the camera you have with you. (Images above)
Long Exposure Photography & Processing
Long-exposure photography is a technique that involves using a camera to capture an image over an extended period, typically several seconds or even minutes. This technique creates artistic effects such as light trails, motion blur, and smoothed water or cloud movements.
In this session, I will show you what equipment is needed for long-exposure photography and how to finish the image in Lightroom and Photoshop. (Images below)