Students in Skip Schiel’s photography workshop are exhibiting their work studying light on the Charles River. During the fall of 2006, they went to four locations from the source of the river to the mouth. With keen attention to the unique qualities of the fall light they explored how to see and portray the landscape.
Each of them created images starting from the same conditions—time and place. The exhibit reveals the multitude of light effects: shadow, reflection, chiaroscuro, high contrast, direct light, and subdued light.
If you’d like to see the work, visit the Massachusetts Audubon Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary from May 4th thru the 30th. It’s located at 280 Eliot Street (Rt. 16) in Natick.