Level: Beginner – Intermediate
Date: Saturday 7 May
Duration: 3.00pm – 6.00pm
Instructor: Seng Mah
Location: Burns Beach
Maximum participants: 12 (2 places remaining)
Join us for an exciting and hands-on workshop dedicated to mastering the technique of long exposures in landscape photography. Long exposures are all about creating amazing and dynamic images by deliberately blurring movement.
“Mastering Long Exposure Landscapes” will show you the techniques for achieving long exposures in landscape photography, including controlling your shutter speeds to create long exposures and how you can best use the range of filters available to allow you to shoot long exposures in daylight. You’ll learn the visual effects you can achieve using long exposures and how you can best feature long exposures when shooting and composing landscapes.
This is a hands-on workshop that will see you create your own long exposure images, which you’d be proud to include in your photography portfolio!
What you will learn:
You’ll have helpful take-home notes and be fully supported during your shooting at this workshop.
This workshop will be run at a coastal location, which will involve your walking across sand and, in some cases, shooting from coastal rocks. You’ll need a reasonable level of mobility to participate in this workshop. You will also be shooting with your camera mounted low on your tripod, so you might like to bring something on which you can sit in order to shoot with the camera in this low position eg. a small mat for the ground, or a milk crate.
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