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Photography Fall Colours

Outdoor Photography Workshop Fraser Valley

 

Exposure and composition are main topics in Outdoor photography class

Exposure and composition are main topics in Outdoor photography class

 

 

Are you ready to Photograph Fall Colours?

Autumn is a very beautiful time of year specially in British Columbia and the Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland area has wonderful possibilities for photographs showcasing the fall colours. It’s hard to predict when the Fall Color is going to start, but even if the trees haven’t changed yet, the Autumn Equinox, officially September 23rd this year, signalled the beginning of autumn and offered a multitude of photographic opportunities. The air is getting cooler and the hues and tones of summer are preparing for the shift to an autumn palette.

Exposure and composition are main topics in outdoor photography workshop

Exposure and composition are main topics in outdoor photography workshop

Do you know the techniques to capture the gorgeous fall scenes?

 

Fall colours are unique and they change so fast. If you’d love to photograph the beauty of autumn, then make plans to join us for this very popular Outdoor Photography workshop.* In this 6 hour workshop Ted will cover how to manually meter the light, control the depth of field, adjust shutter speed and white balance, locate right view point, composition, etc.

This is a beginner to intermediate workshop catering to cameras of all brands.  Point and shoot cameras are also welcome but are limited in their capacity. No experience necessary. Tripod is very important. Please dress appropriately as we will go rain or shine. Bring an umbrella just in case!

 

*Maximum 12 students for this workshop.There are only few spots left. Register now to reserve your spot!

Finding Guide lines is part of Outdoor Photography Class

Finding Guide lines is part of Outdoor Photography Class

 

Event: Digital Camera Workshop 

Date: Part 1: Sunday October 5 from 10:00am to 1:00pm

          Part 2: Sunday October 5 from 2:00pm to 5:00pm

 

 

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