High Dynamic Range aka HDR photography is a very useful method for photographers to learn. It is a technique that combines camera work with software applications to create an image with a wider range of tones and color.
It is especially useful for photography of high contrast scenes - scenes with bright highlights and deep shadows.
In this workshop we will be showing you the camera techniques you use to create this type of image. This is a hand-on field photography workshop. You will learn how-to make multiple images at range of exposures which is the foundation of an HDR photo.
We will meet on Long Sands Beach at the intersection of Juniper Road and Long Beach Road (Route 1A) just south of Mimmos Italian Restaurant (243 Long Beach Ave. York Beach, ME 03910) for our first location for photography.
Our workshop will begin on Long Sands Beach and we will make our way north to the Nubble Lighthouse and York Beach. We will move in caravan fashion to each new location.
This location was selected because the views are ideal for HDR photography. The tide will be outgoing and we will have the benefit of late afternoon light to work with.
A TRIPOD is REQUIRED for this workshop. It is nearly impossible to make HDR photos without one.
Along with the instruction and coaching during the workshop I will be providing you written course materials.