Date & Time: Sunday 16 September 2018, 3.00pm - 6.00pm
Location: Noble Falls, Gidgegannup (approx 45 minutes drive north east of Perth)
Number of Participants: Maximum of 6 participants.
Suitable for: Advanced Beginner (Please make sure you know how to change the aperture, shutter speed and ISO on your camera.)
Make the most of the gorgeous spring light and join me on a late afternoon long exposure photography workshop at the gorgeous Noble Falls and learn how to use long exposure photography to smooth and blur water to create a milky, silky, whimsical look.
When you leave the shutter open for longer periods of time, magical things start to happen. During that 5, 10 or 30 seconds the world keeps moving, and that movement is captured through your camera as blur. And one of the best subjects for long exposure photography is waterfalls and cascades.
Learn how to photograph waterfalls in the best light, composition for cascades or waterfalls, camera settings and filters for photographing waterfalls, potential challenges and how to overcome them…all amongst the serenity of the beautiful Australian bushland at Noble Falls.
Landscape in Miniature: You will also have the opportunity if you wish to experiment with backlight in your shots and to explore the many smaller landscapes found around the falls and in the forest – shapes, colours and patterns in the landscape - moss, rocks, leaves, foliage etc. Bring your camera and explore!
These workshops are an opportunity for you to learn about photography and spend an afternoon shooting in a fun, hands-on and supportive environment with other like-minded, enthusiastic photographers! It is a great way to exchange ideas with other photographers, get out of the city into the great outdoors, learn some new photographic skills…and create a few killer shots!
Bookings are essential. Strictly limited numbers so please book early to avoid disappointment!
Contact me to book and secure your place in this workshop.