Date(s) - 27/03/2015
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Long Exposure Landscape Photography Workshop in Norfolk
Have you ever seen images of milky-looking water or smoothed out seas and wondered how it was done? Would you like to try some low-light and night landscape photography? This long exposure photography workshop will help you to understand how to get dramatic photographs in low light. We will also look at how to create smooth seas or milky effects.
We will start just before sunset, so we may even get the opportunity for some sunset photography as well! The workshop carries on until after dark, looking at shooting in ever decreasing light. We will end with a few night shots of Cromer Pier.
For some images we will look at using filters – full ND filters and ND grad filters. If you have any filters, please do bring them along with you. A tripod will be essential as we will be using slow shutter speeds for long exposures that will not be possible handheld. If you do not have a tripod but are still interested in coming, please contact us and we may be able to loan you one on the night.
Here are some samples of the kind of images we will be looking to create:
Your tutor will be Joe Lenton. He holds an Associateship with the Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers specialising in Norfolk sunrises and sunsets. His work has featured in exhibitions in the UK and overseas and has won awards at international level. Joe is an experienced tutor, who loves passing on his passion for photography.
You will need to be familiar with the main controls of your DSLR. If you aren’t yet, then please try our beginners photography workshop first. We will be shooting in Aperture Priority and Manual Mode. If you are at all unsure about the suitability of your equipment or your skill level, please do get in touch and Joe will happily advise you.
If you are looking to improve your landscape photography, then come and join us! Places are strictly limited to 6 participants to ensure everyone can make the most of their evening with Joe.
This event is fully booked.