Night Scene Photography
With the success of our Night Scene photography workshop back in May, we couldn’t wait to offer our second one. If you missed the first one, now is your chance to jump in on the action!Come and join Ted and Tamara as they walk you through the ins and outs of taking pictures in the dark aka Night Scene Photography!
Not sure what to do about shutter speed and digital noise in night photography?
Want to create the streaking light effect on a busy street?
Trying to get a great shot of the moon?
We will have a great time trying out city scenes, managing camera shake, focusing, and flash, as well as pin-pointing some trouble spots along the way. Night Scene Photography class will be a completely hands-on workshop, and there will be two of us available to answer questions and give you tips and tricks for the kind of night scene shots you are hoping to get. There are so many things to experiment with when it comes to night scenes, and for those of you who have always wanted to try light painting, now is the time! Bring out all your gear, a flashlight, and a friend – because taking pictures is always more fun with some company!
Night Scene Photography class is another workshop that you will not want to miss. Spots will fill up super quick, so make sure you reserve yours today!
Night Scene Photography is a little different from daytime photography. The reason is the Light! In Night Scene Photography workshop you will learn how to set your Shutter Speed, Aperture, White balance, ISO, and focusing point. We will also show you how to find a great location, avoid glare and extreme noise, find elements that can improve your photos, and much more.
The beginner, the enthusiast photographer, Intermediate Photographers.
This digital camera workshop is primarily intended for photographers using digital SLR and Mirror-less cameras, but many Manual capable digital compact cameras are also suitable. Each participant is expected to bring a digital camera with a fully charged battery and memory card(s), Tripod, Shutter Release/wireless trigger, and a small Flashlight for “Light Painting” (and yes we are going to do Light Painting!)