Long Exposures in Nature Workshops
Long exposure photography is about capturing and translating movement within a frame. Using the technique of long exposures in nature photography has the ability to take your images in a new creative direction by exploring the interplay of light, patterns, and tones. The effects can be surreal and even ethereal.
This instructional workshop is designed for beginners to intermediate photographers who want to take more control of their camera using manual mode and understand the skills and accessories needed to explore this technique. Learning this technique can then be used in other photographic genres; night photography from star trails to the city streets, objects like trains, automobiles, cyclists, animals and people. The uses are endless.
Camera that can be set in manual mode
Neutral Density Filters
Long Exposures Workshop - Ken Lockwood Gorge
Saturday, June 12, 2021, 9am-1pm
Cost - $80 per person
Maximum 7 Participant
This is one of my signature workshops that I have given for many years now! One of New Jersey's hidden gems is Ken Lockwood Gorge. This part of the Raritan River, located in a wildlife management area, is known for its flyfishing and is a wonderful place for photography. A beautiful flowing river filled with boulders surrounded by trees provides many opportunities to create a variety of long exposure images... especially in the spring and fall!
*These workshops will be held if there is light rain. More severe weather will cancel event and we will try to reschedule.
• Once you register, you will be sent a more detailed email about meeting location and other necessary information regarding the workshop.
• You can cancel for a full refund up to 7 days before the workshop starts. After, unless the spot can filled, you will receive a 50% refund.
• If the course is sold out, please contact me by EMAIL, if you would like to be placed on a waiting list.
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