There is something about moving water that is just irresistible to photographers, whether it’s a fast flowing creek or a slow and serene river. ¬†On this workshop you will learn the techniques and concepts ¬†to capture those amazing photo opportunities just waiting for you in your local rivers, streams, lakes or wetlands.
We¬†will cover a¬†number of technical, creative, and¬†field techniques to help you create dramatic and powerful river¬†images,¬†including;¬† understanding light, reflections, recommended filters and equipment, using shutter speed for “dreamy or drama”, shooting in all¬†weather, composition concepts, and staying safe around moving water.
After this workshop you will be ready to¬†get creative and¬†¬†to get out there to¬†¬†capture great images of creeks, rivers and streams!
Type: Outdoor Workshop
Activity Level:¬† Moderate
Things to know:¬† When working around water, its very easy to end up with fogged lenses when you first get out of the vehicle. ¬†If we encounter warmer temps, make sure you allow your lens a few minutes to match the outside temperatures before taking off your lens cap, or it will fog up.
What to bring: Wide angle and mid range telephoto lenses. ¬†A polarizer and tripod are strongly recommended, especially for sunrise and long exposure shots. ¬†Shoes and clothes you don‚Äôt mind getting wet and dirty. Shoes with good traction. ¬†A small towel or lens cloth to remove any drops or fog from your camera and gear.