Expand your Camera’s Dynamic range
Digital cameras offer an excellent dynamic range, given you set the exposure correctly. Thus, the Chasing Shadows workshop teaches you how to expand Cameras’ Dynamic Range using excellent exposure skills.
What is Dynamic Range?
Dynamic range is the difference between the darkest and lightest tones in an image. Generally speaking, pure black and pure white. It’s more often used to talk about the maximum dynamic range a camera is capable of.
Learning and applying Ansel Adams’s Zone System expands your camera’s dynamic range.
Camera's Dynamic Range
Chasing Shadows, an advanced photography program
Chasing Shadows is a five-part workshop. It is for advanced photographers who want to achieve the best result out of their cameras. Therefore, it covers the editing techniques for increasing the dynamic range in post-processing. It has two field trips, and one session is dedicated to editing techniques.
The small class size provides maximum one-on-one interaction with the instructor. There are plenty of hands-on and practical exercises.
Chasing Shadows starts on June 5, 2021. There are only a few spots left for this incredible program.
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