Landscape Photography Field Trip
When: Saturday 29 July, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Where: Mt Buffalo and surrounds, meet at Myrtleford
Price: $120 ($110 moMAMA / Concession)
In this full day field workshop, tutor Dirk Wallace will coach students in some of the more challenging aspects of landscape photography: low lighting, glare, water movement, and wide angle perspective.
Beginning in Myrtleford, the class will travel to various locations in and around the Mt Buffalo ranges, with the opportunity to capture panoramic mountain views, waterfall flows, various water surfaces including rivers and pools, and possibly snow (condition dependent).
Using long exposure photography techniques, learn to capture the flow of water over a waterfall or around river stones. Learn to manipulate the camera settings to best capture the subtleties of sunset. Reduce glare and reflection on water, ice and snow surface.
What to Bring
Packed lunch, water, warm all-weather clothes, change of clothes, spray jacket, walking shoes (waterproof if possible). Lunch can be purchased in Myrtleford prior to departure if needed.
Photography Equipment: Tripod and SLR or high-end compact with manual settings, all the lens you have.
Optional Equipment: Neutral Density filter, wide angle lens, anything else you would like to experiment with.
The workshop group will meet at 9.30am at the Myrtleford Post Office, before travelling to the first location for a 10am start. Please contact us if you are interested in car pooling for the day.
Participants will be outdoors on foot most of the day (apart from car travel between locations), and will be walking from car parking points to photography locations.
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