Night Photography Workshop

Night photography presents different challenges from daytime photography, but once mastered, it opens up a whole new way of expressing your creativity. This workshop teaches the fundamentals needed to photograph night scenes.

Topics include:
  • equipment
  • tips for focusing
  • exposure
  • light trails
  • painting with light
  • ghosting
  • photographing stars
  • and more
Participants will need a camera with a wide angle lens (preferably a zoom) and be familiar with using the manual and bulb settings of their camera. Also, you will need a fully charged battery, tripod, remote shutter release (cable or wireless), flashlight/headlamp, notebook and pen. Dress warm for being outside at single digit temperatures for 2-3 hours. If you would like, bring a portable heater and something hot to drink. No hiking is involved. You will receive a link to reference materials before the workshop.

Please note - there are no guarantees that skies will be clear to photograph stars. However, you will learn techniques to capture sharp nightime photos including stars and auroras.
Venue
Mt. Baldy Trailhead
End of Skyline Drive
Eagle River
Oct. 14, 28; Nov. 4; Dec. 2, 2017
8:00 - 10:30 p.m.
$79
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