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Friday, February 8
 

4:00pm PST

BOUTIQUE PROGRAM: Dreamy Seascapes
Limited Capacity filling up

Join Kristen Ryan and capture creative seascapes with filters, intentional camera setting choices, and perspective. You will begin with a discussion of basic settings for beach photography. Surveying the environment, you will consider how you can use foreground, shoreline, and perspective to add depth to seascapes. Kristen will then demonstrate ways to capture the entire dynamic range of the scene including using a graduated filter, multiple exposures or exposing for the best possible single exposure. She'll talk about the various shutter speed options for capturing the ocean and kind of image you will achieve with each. Finally, you'll see Kristen demonstrate the use of a neutral density filter to capture long exposures. Following the demonstration and discussion of these concepts, there will be time for questions, discussion, and student shooting. Those with tripods and filters can experiment with long exposures and those without can focus on composition and dialing-in the ideal exposure. It is recommended that students have experience shooting in manual mode. It is also recommended that highlight warnings are turned on in-camera and that students know how to turn on bracketing in camera. If bringing a neutral density filter, a Little Stopper (6 stops) or Big Stopper (10 stops) is recommended. Tripods and filters are recommended for trying the various techniques but are not required to attend the session. All attendees are welcome to observe and learn for later practice if they don’t have a tripod or filters accessible.

Learning Objectives:
- Learn basic settings for seascapes and how to compose for depth at the beach
- Learn how to capture the dynamic range using a graduated filter, multiple exposures, and histogram evaluation
- Experiment with shutter speed creativity and using neutral density filters for longer exposures

Instructors
avatar for Kristen Ryan

Kristen Ryan

Talk to me about landscape & nature photography. I am obsessed with the clouds, mountains and ocean. I love my morning coffee and a glass of red wine at night. I am a former freelance harpist and marathon runner. I play tennis, love to hike, and enjoy reading and cooking. I went to... Read More →


Friday February 8, 2019 4:00pm - 5:30pm PST
Beach West (Meet at Instructors Hub)
 
Saturday, February 9
 

1:30pm PST

BOUTIQUE PROGRAM: Long Exposure & Time Lapse
Limited Capacity seats available

Join Kristen on the beach for a creative experience shooting long exposures and time lapses. Attendees will get creative using a Neutral Density filter to vary shutter speed for creative effects. Kristen will share her process for setting exposure, programming the remote, and other tips for successful creative images. Next she will discuss the process in setting up your camera and remote to shoot a successful time lapse with proper exposure. She will demonstrate how she sets her camera to achieve the best exposure and how to set up the remote intervalometer to capture the series of images for the time lapse. After demonstrating both of these creative processes, there will be plenty of time for participants to experiment and ask questions as Kristen walks around to assist and discuss these techniques. This program is for those with a solid understanding of shooting in manual mode. You should also understand how to change exposure compensation on your particular model of camera. Tripods are required for both time lapse and long exposure work. Neutral Density filters needed for long exposures but not time lapse. A remote is needed for exposures over 30 seconds and helpful for time lapses as well (unless planning to manually trigger the shutter or using in camera intervalometer).

Learning Objectives:

- Learn how to set up your camera for a long exposure using a 10 stop Neutral Density filter
- Learn how to set exposure for a time lapse
- Learn how to set up an intervalometer remote to shoot a series of images for a time lapse

Instructors
avatar for Kristen Ryan

Kristen Ryan

Talk to me about landscape & nature photography. I am obsessed with the clouds, mountains and ocean. I love my morning coffee and a glass of red wine at night. I am a former freelance harpist and marathon runner. I play tennis, love to hike, and enjoy reading and cooking. I went to... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm PST
Beach West (Meet at Instructors Hub)
 
Sunday, February 10
 

12:30pm PST

BOUTIQUE PROGRAM: Dreamy Seascapes
Limited Capacity seats available

Join Kristen Ryan and capture creative seascapes with filters, intentional camera setting choices, and perspective. You will begin with a discussion of basic settings for beach photography. Surveying the environment, you will consider how you can use foreground, shoreline, and perspective to add depth to seascapes. Kristen will then demonstrate ways to capture the entire dynamic range of the scene including using a graduated filter, multiple exposures or exposing for the best possible single exposure. She'll talk about the various shutter speed options for capturing the ocean and kind of image you will achieve with each. Finally, you'll see Kristen demonstrate the use of a neutral density filter to capture long exposures. Following the demonstration and discussion of these concepts, there will be time for questions, discussion, and student shooting. Those with tripods and filters can experiment with long exposures and those without can focus on composition and dialing-in the ideal exposure. It is recommended that students have experience shooting in manual mode. It is also recommended that highlight warnings are turned on in-camera and that students know how to turn on bracketing in camera. If bringing a neutral density filter, a Little Stopper (6 stops) or Big Stopper (10 stops) is recommended. Tripods and filters are recommended for trying the various techniques but are not required to attend the session. All attendees are welcome to observe and learn for later practice if they don’t have a tripod or filters accessible.

Learning Objectives:
- Learn basic settings for seascapes and how to compose for depth at the beach
- Learn how to capture the dynamic range using a graduated filter, multiple exposures, and histogram evaluation
- Experiment with shutter speed creativity and using neutral density filters for longer exposures

Instructors
avatar for Kristen Ryan

Kristen Ryan

Talk to me about landscape & nature photography. I am obsessed with the clouds, mountains and ocean. I love my morning coffee and a glass of red wine at night. I am a former freelance harpist and marathon runner. I play tennis, love to hike, and enjoy reading and cooking. I went to... Read More →


Sunday February 10, 2019 12:30pm - 2:00pm PST
Beach West (Meet at Instructors Hub)