Instructors

Mark Denney and Gavin Hardcastle

Session description

Ever wonder what the difference is between a ‘Good’ Photo and a ‘Great’ Photo? In this session we’ll discuss just that along with both on-location and post processing techniques that’ll enable you to turn those duds into studs! We’ll focus our time on the key elements of a great outdoor image along with specific skills you can refine that’ll enable you to put yourself in the best position to both capture and edit some of the best landscape photographs you’ve ever created!

What you will learn:

  • On-location techniques that will enable you to come away with keepers regardless of the conditions you’re presented with.
  • Advanced post processing techniques that will enable to create highly targeted local adjustments to create that all-around polished look.
  • Planning For Success – study weather apps and then plan to visit locations that work for your specific weather conditions.
  • Pre-visualize Your Shot. Tackle a shoot with the right gear choices based on your research or previous experience in similar situations. Lens choices and the right accessories can make or break a shoot

Gear needed: Camera / Lens; Computer with editing software of choice (Lightroom, Photoshop, Capture One…); Tripod is helpful, but not required

Review session: Thursday, September 3, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM

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