Jun 23, 2013 · 10:30 AM
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Learn to photograph waterfalls and make them look like calendar photos. We will work on slow exposures and time images as well as good composition. Attendees will learn how to use neutral density filters and polarizer filter to make the falling water appear soft and "smokey".
We will start at 10:00am and officially finish at 2:00pm. I will be staying later to do more photography and you are welcome to hang with me!
PLEASE NOTE: From My Home (Drexel Hill), the travel time is about 2 hours.
List of "SHOULD HAVE" items.
your basic photography equipment.
wide angle lens
Neutral Density Filters, +2. +4 and a +8 and should be stackable. (These filter are key to success for waterfalls and landscape photography, I recommend the Cokin "P" series system)
TRIPOD, IS A MUST
A cable or remote release is highly suggested.
Make sure to wear very comfortable HIKING shoes and clothing! Plan on getting a little wet as we stand in the stream to get AWESOME photos. (only if you want too)
Use The "Pay with Paypal" link to the top to make your payment and hold your place. Please note: The fee of $50.00 does not include the entrace fee for the park.
The rain date To be determined .