Shooting landscapes is one of the most popular and enjoyable photography experiences and capturing the movement of the sea has been a favourite subject since the beginning of time. However a common question we’re asked is “How do I take the next step to achieve that brilliant shot?” Join the Canon Collective and record the natural landscape beauty at Howard Smith Wharves using a Haida Filter kit to enhance your photography. Comprising of a 6, 10 and 15 stop ND filter as well as a 3 stop ND Grad, this is your opportunity to capture stunning city seascapes like never before.
Run as a small group, this exclusive workshop will provide guests plenty of one on one time to fully understand how to photograph a range of long exposure landscape images using ND filters.
• How to use ND filters
• How to calculate long exposure times
• How to read the scene and select shutter speeds for the best effect
• Improve your composition
• Learn how to capture long exposure panoramic images
• When you would use a polarising filter
Please have the APP: LE (Long Exposure) Calculator installed on your smart phone.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please choose carefully. Except where otherwise indicated, we do not offer refunds unless an event has to be cancelled, rescheduled to a date you cannot attend, or where required under Australian Consumer Law. View the Terms of Registration.
You will need a Tripod, EOS Camera & Wide Angle lens to complete this workshop. Please bring your remote switch if you have one. Please have the APP: LE (Long Exposure) Calculator installed on your smart phone. EOS R, RF 24-105mm f/4L, Tripod, Remote Switch available only upon request. HAIDA Filter Kit will be provided.
Meeting at Felon's Lawn (in front of the Shipwreck). Secure parking available onsite.
A general fitness level is required. We recommend closed toe shoes for walking. As this event takes place outdoors, please be mindful of your surroundings.
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