Looking Glass Falls Workshop
When: Oct 20 2014 Monday /inclement weather day Oct 21 Tuesday
Time: 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM
Details: This is geared toward the advanced beginner to the intermediate skill level. Please bring your gear including a DSLR and your tripod (TRIPOD is a must). If you have any filters such as Neutral Density filter as well as Polarizing filters please bring those as well. You will need at the very least the basic skills of photographer under your belt, that is to say you normally shoot in AV, TV or S, or M mode regularly or have a strong desire to get out of P mode. Please bring your MANUAL and become familiar with how to move around your camera, I find that most people are at a disadvantage only because they don’t know how to get into the different menu settings of their camera. Please practice this before the workshop! We will introduce ourselves briefly and then start to discover and unlock the tricks to photographing a successful silky waterfall. I will go over composition, useful settings, and what makes a well composed waterfall image. I will spend private time with each of you. I will do my best to answer any questions you may have. I will have extra filters, but as you know, they are lens size specific. If the weather works with us, you will leave with super shots of the the Falls and will have had a great time learning new skills that you will then need to put into practice! We will also upload our best shot to our group page DSP Appalachian Photography FB group. Included in this is a screencast tutorial of my workflow using one of the images of the day. Processing properly is as important as composing and capturing a good image.
Requirements: Minimum of 3 people signed up with a maximum of 7. In the event that the weather does not permit us to hold the event, we will move to the inclement weather date. By signing up, you agree that you can be available for both dates. If you are unable to make both dates please let me know in advance and I will do my best to work with you on another upcoming workshop. Refunds are only given in the event I have an unforeseen circumstance or an act of Nature prevents a safe environment to hold the workshop. You will need at the very least a DSLR and a tripod. Other important things to consider, good footwear that grips the earth, bug spray, sunglasses and sunblock. I am hoping there will be little sun during our shoot, which is why I am doing this late in the day for this waterfall!
Cost: $65 per person paid here at the time of sign up
Disclaimer: By purchasing this event you agree and understand that you are over the age of 18 and fully understand and accept responsibility for yourself and will not hold Deborah Scannell Photography responsible for any injuries, accidents, theft, loss or damage to you, your car, and or any photography equipment.