Photography Field Days

What is a Photography Field Day?

It doesn't matter what kind of camera you have . . . learn the secrets behind truly beautiful photos and start putting them to practice like a pro! Challenging, fun, and fast-paced with plenty of time to practice, practice, practice, a Photography Field Day is a one-day field trip for learning specific photography techniques in the classroom of creation, applicable to whatever genre of photography you love! Geared for high-school to college aged young people, photographers of any age or experience levels are welcome. Grab your camera and let's go start taking better pictures than you've ever taken before! 

Unless otherwise indicated on a specific event's details page, here's are some things we'll plan to cover:

  • How to create beautiful background blur
  • How to create a sunstar effect
  • How to create that professional silky-water look
  • How to make your pictures tack sharp every time
  • How to start shooting in Manual
  • How photographers can start making a positive impact on the world

 

Unless otherwise indicated on a specific event's details page, here's what the typical pricing system looks like:

Tuition does not include transportation, meals, housing or park fees. Tuition is typically non-refundable except for emergencies or if the workshop is canceled.

Unless otherwise indicated on a specific event's details page, here's a typical Field Day schedule:

  • Sunrise shoot (optional)
  • 10:00am - Meet and greet
  • Classroom group instruction
  • Outdoor practice and one-on-one instruction
  • Break for mid-day meal
  • Classroom group instruction
  • Outdoor practice and one-on-one instruction
  • Sunset shoot (optional)
  • A desire to learn photography!
  • Any type of camera
  • Attendees under the age of 18 must attend with a guardian
  • Reasonable fitness level (for hiking or exploring!)
  • A camera (a DSLR or mirrorless camera is recommended)
  • Camera accessories
  • Camera bag (large enough to carry your gear, a water bottle or anything else you would take on a short hike)
  • A tripod (optional but recommended)
  • Flashlight
  • Sun protection
  • A way to take notes
  • Comfortable outdoor footwear (waterproof hiking shoes recommended)
  • Guys: polos or colored t-shirts & durable pants such as jeans or cargo pants. Long pants recommended due to shooting environment.
  • Gals: loose-fitting tops with high necklines & skirts, culottes or pants of modest cut, fit and length. Durable, outdoor clothing recommended.
  • Something to eat for lunch and stuff to snack on throughout the day

Feel free to ask questions via the Contact Page

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