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Autumn in Connecticut
October 19, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 7:00 pm$99
An educational field trip for anyone who loves taking photos!
Start approaching your photography like a pro by learning the secrets to epic outdoor photos! Easy, fun, and hands-on with plenty of time to practice, practice, practice under the guidance and support of a professional landscape photographer, a Photography Field Day is a one-day field trip for learning specific nature and landscape photography techniques in the classroom of creation. Photographers of all experience levels are welcome!
Geared for high-school-aged beginner photographers, it doesn’t matter what camera you have. Walk away knowing:
- How to make beautiful blurry backgrounds
- How to create the pro sunstar effect
- How to photograph the soft, silky water effect
- How to make your pictures tack sharp every time
- 5 killer composition techniques
- How to start shooting in Manual right now
- 4 ways Christian photographers are making a positive impact on the world
- And much more! There’s so much you can do with your camera! Learn how to make the most of it.
Tuition: $99/photographer, $69/photographer for groups of 2 or more, or $49/photographer for Lenspiration members!
Location: Meet up location is at Middletown Bible Church, 349 East St, Middletown, CT 06457
Schedule: We’ll begin at 10:00am sharp at the church. After lunch, we’ll head off to scenic shooting locations in the area and be done shooting after sunset (which is around 6:00pm). Plan to provide your own transportation, but hopefully carpooling options can be figured out after everyone has arrived.
Meals: Bring your own picnic lunch and dinner. Fast food may be in the vicinity if you prefer.
Weather: It should be a beautiful, autumn day for outdoor photography and classroom instruction both indoors and out in the field. Be sure to check the weather beforehand, though, just in case it’s rainy or colder than normal for a typical day outside. It never hurts to dress in layers in case of unexpected cooler temperatures, and be sure to bring an extra pair of socks/shoes in case they get wet.
For generic details on stuff like prerequisites, and items to bring, see the details listed out at www.lenspiration.com/fielddays.
Feel free to contact James directly by email for questions at [email protected]