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1223 Graycliff Lane
Odenton, MD 21113
USA

4439422717

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Olympic National Park Photography Workshop

Referred to by many as being three parks in one, Olympic National Park is an incredible and diverse place. 95 percent of the park is designated wilderness. In this wilderness, one can find three drastically different ecosystems which exist in perfect harmony: thousands of acres of lush temperate rainforests - complete with massive old growth forests, over 60 miles of rugged coastline, featuring sea stacks and picturesque rocky beaches, and layers of jagged, glaciated mountain peaks that stretch as far as the eye can see. 

 

 
  • Dates: May 4-8, 2014

  • Instructors: Joseph Rossbach & Alex Mody

  • Cost: $1295.00USD

  • Deposit: $200.00USD

2 remaining spots

Physical Difficulty

Easy. Hiking of 2 mile RT involved to reach Split Rocks. All other locations require small walks and hikes of less than 1/2 mile.

 

Recommended Lodging:Forks Motel, Forks, Washington - www.forksmotel.com


Included

  • Quality, professional, 1-on-1 photography instruction on par with your level as a photographer 
  • 8 - 10 hours per day of in-field shooting and instruction 
  • Water and snacks throughout the workshop 
  • A fun, positive, interactive learning environment 
  • Small class size of 10 students maximum

Transportation, meals and Lodging are not included in the cost!

Topics Covered

  • Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO
  • Metering and getting a correct exposure
  • Histograms, how to read them, and how to fine-tune exposure 
  • Creative depth-of-field effects using aperture control 
  • White balance and creative coloration 
  • Creating perspective, depth, and a sense of "being there" in your photos 
  • Creating powerful compositions with impact 
  • Composing to control your viewer's attention in your photos 
  • Compositional Balance, Tension, and Visual Flow 
  • How to use filters to capture dramatic light or create long-exposure effects

Recomended Gear

  • A Digital SLR

  • Sturdy tripod

  • Wide-angle lens

  • Normal Zoom lens

  • Circular polariser

  • ND Grads, Solid ND's, ect..

  • Telephoto lens

  • Shutter release

  • Lens cloths

  • Photo backpack

  • Trekking poles

  • Waterproof outer layers

  • Warm clothes

  • Walking boots

  • River Sandals

  • Laptop loaded with Lightroom & Photoshop