Oh how I love a sunrise! And have you ever wondered what my tricks are for capturing a beautiful image? I'll show you some!
We will meet on Plum Island (location disclosed with booking confirmation email - CHECK JUNK-MAIL FOR BOOKING EMAIL from MNSIMAGERY) at 4am, Saturday, June 11, 2022.
Duration: Approximately 1.5 hours
What you will learn during the shoot:
Composition tips and tricks: foreground, midground, background; leading lines, etc.
How to see and correct, if necessary, your composition when shooting in darkness
How to judge the proper range of exposures for bracketing for the rising sun's light, considering the foreground and sky
How to adjust your exposure during your shoot for the vastly changing lighting at sunrise
How to differently and properly expose your foreground images and sky images for a composite, if you choose to composite instead of HDR merging in post
What you will learn in the processing zoom session: (Posted to YouTube so you can watch if you can't make the processing portion)
Join the zoom session on Sunday at 9AM to:
Ask any questions not addressed the night before
Watch me do a sample edit of my own images (and I will only take enough images to provide the material for the processing class. I will not be shooting 95% of the time as I will be assisting YOU!)
Learn how to select images for HDR (high dynamic range) processing
Learn a basic lightroom landscape workflow
Learn basic masking and composite techniques in photoshop (This is a basic overview as the focus on this particular workshop is the bracketing and HDR processing)
Minimum enrollment for class to run is 3 people, fee refunded if there aren't enough registrations. Limited to 5 participants.
Equipment: Camera, tripod, remote shutter release, editing software like lightroom and photoshop (Preferred lenses are wide (24mm or less) but you can use what ever you have)
Prerequisites: Before coming to the workshop, please know how to use your particular camera (I just don't know them all!) Specifically for this workshop, if you want to use auto bracketing (I sometimes don't), please know how to set it up and use it. Also be familiar with how to access and view your histogram.