During our visit, we train our lenses on cascading waterfalls, meandering streams, spectacular mountaintop vistas, and quiet wooded hollows. Sunrises and sunsets can be so stunning you forget to click the shutter. With some 200,000 acres of protected lands, home to many critters including black bears, deer and songbirds, we will also be able to enjoy the night sky . . . assuming Mother Nature cooperates. I’ve already placed my order with Mother Nature, by the way.
What you’ll learn:
- Identifying what your image is “about” before clicking the shutter release,
- How and when to use HDR, if at all,
- The importance of “cleaning up” your composition,
- Taking the time to “see” what’s around you,
- Why and how to use “depth of field”,
- The impact of aspect ratio on your image,
- Working with shadows,
- Appreciating long exposures,
- The difference between snapshots and artful/expressive images,
- All, supported and reinforced through group image reviews.
*Deposit: A non-refundable deposit equal to 25% of the total tour/workshop fee is payable upon registration. An additional 25% is payable not-later-than 60 days prior to the scheduled tour/workshop. The balance is payable not-later-than 30 days prior to the scheduled tour/workshop.
Registrations made 30 or fewer days prior to a scheduled tour/workshop are expected to be paid-in-full at the time of registration.