$10 OFF if you bring a friend. Email [masked] for details.
Part of our Shoreline Series, we'll be meeting at a location known as Hospitals Reef in La Jolla, focusing on long-exposures and light-painting after dark.
Join us in photographing the dynamic shoreline of Hospitals Reef in La Jolla, CA. This interesting location has a section of rock that is cratered with potholes, as well as a stretch that is lined with long crevices through which the turbulent tidal waves flow.
Our goal in this workshop is to help you become more comfortable with utilizing your camera's controls, such as aperture and shutter-speed, as well as performing long-exposures to help smooth out the waves.
We will meet at the beach stairs across the street from 437 Coast Blvd. In addition to photographing the magnificent beach at sunset, we will also be utilizing artificial light to illuminate the rocky features after dark, also known as light-painting. This significantly extends our useful shooting hours and creates some magnificent affects.
We welcome film or digital but suggest using digital if you are just starting out, preferably with manual shutter and aperture controls. A tripod is required to shoot at sunset, as the exposures can get as long as 30 seconds. We have one spare tripod available to use for $5 (email Nick beforehand).
Required: Tripod and camera with manual shutter control.
Bring flashlights, lens cleaning cloths, tripods, cameras, and a smile.
Email or call us if you have any additional questions or need detail clarifications.
See you soon.
Nick - [masked]
Byron - [masked]