Night Photography Workshop, Aug 22 8:30 PM
In-Field Night Photography Workshop August 22, 2014 8:30-11:30 p.m.
As long as you know how to put your camera in Manual mode, this workshop will teach you everything else you need to know to start taking photographs at night.
Want to shoot star trails? Capture the Milky Way? Take awesome landscape photographs in the dark?
This workshop will teach you all of that and more.
This Workshop will consist of three hours in the field, online post-processing support, learning, and fun. Limited to the first ten paid registrants to ensure each individual receives the full benefit of the workshop. Payment can be made via PayPal to [email protected] in the amount of $200 and must be paid prior to the workshop.
Topics to be covered include:
¬ How to Plan your Night Shoot
¬ What Dark Sky is and Why is it Important
¬ How to Focus your Camera in the Dark
¬ Where the Milky Way will be during your Photos
¬ How to make Star Trails
¬ When Light-Painting is Needed and How to Do It
What you need to bring:
« A lens that can go to 2.8 or lower (preferred but bring what you have!)
« Remote or shutter release
« Extra batteries
« Layers of clothing (weather can be crazy in Colorado)
« Food and drinks
KevsKaptures will require each participant to provide their own transportation within ~2 hours of Colorado Springs and to sign a waiver to limit the liability of the instructor. The Workshop location will be messaged to each participant upon receipt of payment. This trip may require walking, possibly even some hiking, on uneven terrain. Wear sturdy, comfortable footwear.
If weather prohibits the workshop from occurring on Friday evening, it will be rescheduled for Saturday, August 23rd.
Because of the limited number of spaces in this workshop, once registration is complete, refunds will not be processed. However, if the workshop must be canceled in its entirety, all registration fees shall be refunded.
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