A Discovery Series Workshop
April 28 to May 3, 2019
$2850 USD Limit: 4 Participants
What You Can Expect:
Professional, one on one photographic instruction on par with your level of experience.
Minimum of 8 hours per day of in-field shooting and instruction
Positive, interactive and fun learning environment
Class sizes limited to four students to insure personal attention
Water and snacks while in the field
What You'll Learn:
Among the things we'll talk about are - How to "see the light" and the way it affects the image. Exposure techniques specific to photographing moving water. Lens options for landscape composition and subject isolation. High Dynamic Range (HDR) techniques for landscape photography. How to use filters to control exposure and enhance your photograph. Smartphone apps that can help you plan your photo session and maximize your time in the field.
With James Neihouse as your instructor you will receive the benefit of his many years of experience as a professional image maker, with ample one-on-one instruction time in the field, as well as spirited critiques and post processing training.
Physical Difficulty: Moderate.
The Smoky Mountain Waterfalls Photography Workshop is appropriate for photographers of average fitness levels. During the course of each day of the workshop we will hike, on average, 6 miles. A variety of terrain will encountered, trails range from improved easy access, to forest paths, to uneven rock, due to the nature of waterfalls, it is often necessary to descend/ascend fairly steep and rocky stream banks. It is expected for all participants to be able to carry their own personal gear and water during the workshop.
Field Photography Sessions, Class Session on Digital Image Processing, Critiques, and Image Print Session sponsored by Canon. Assorted drinks and snacks will be provided on days we are in the field.
What's Not Included:
Airfare, hotel, and meals, are NOT included in the workshop fee. Once you have reserved your workshop space we will send information on the workshop hotel(s) and booking information.
Group size is limited, not only for a more favorable instructor to student ratio, but also to help minimize the human impact on the natural environments we will be photographing. At James Neihouse Photography Workshops we strive to uphold the Leave No Trace - Code for Outdoor Ethics, and NANPA - Principles of Ethical Field Practices
Here is my suggestion for camera gear to bring, of course, you are free to bring whatever you would like:
One or two camera bodies, may be digital or film.
Suitable tripod with ball head
Remote shutter release
Wide angle lens
Medium length zoom lens (70-200mm is ideal)
300mm lens or longer (optional)
Polarizing filter, Neutral density filter (at least 4 stops)
Lots of memory cards, and card reader (lots of film if that’s what you’re shooting)
External hard drives
Backpack style camera bag
Small umbrella (to help keep camera dry)
Footwear with good traction
You may choose to pay in full for your workshop, or place a $500.00 deposit to hold your reservation. When you choose the deposit option the balance of the workshop fee will be due on January 28, 2019.
Palouse Harvest Time - August 2019
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