Landscape Photography Field work
Do you have some experience and understand some of the basics of landscape photography but want to improve your shots? Do you get frustrated or confused by changing conditions and how to adapt? Do you want to figure out more advanced tools and methods?
Some of the items we cover in this class
Review of the exposure triangle. How do aperture, ISO, and shutter speed play off each other and when would you be better adjusting one vs. the other.
Understanding your histogram. What does the shape on your camera screen tell you about your shot and how you might change your settings? When should you adjust?
Bracketing. Why to use it.
Changing conditions. Looking ahead to plan what changes you might want to make.
These workshops run based on demand by people just like you! Typically I get 1-2 people interested and we find a date that works. For the workshop the rate is $95 and the workshops last around 3 hours.
The added bonus is it comes with a free 16x20 metal print of your own work or a $70 credit with one of the leading print companies, McKenna Pro. So the workshop is almost free! Exposure
What to bring
Camera of your choice, DSLR preferred as my background with film is very limited.
Tripod. If you don’t have one or need to borrow one please let me know.
Any lenses you have. Clothing to be comfortable and active in average temperatures of 60 to 90 (Dress in layers).
Sturdy hiking shoes/boots, please no flip flops!
What's Included/Not Included Included
Guidance to the best photography locations.
Free 16x24 metal print of your work (Now or in the future) or credit of around $70 towards a larger print through McKenna Pro.
Organized agenda and handouts to reference later.
Meals and Snacks
Gratuities for all services. But this is not asked for and shouldn’t be given 😃 No really. Its my company, if I do a good job please leave me a review on Google or Yelp.
Transportation to/from photography locations.
The classes/workshops are typically 2-3 hours in duration. If you want to schedule additional time for post processing or 1n1 instruction those are available at $75 per hour.