Adirondack Nature Photography and Working with Raw Files Over Jpegs with Kurt Gardner
  • Adirondack Nature Photography and Working with Raw Files Over Jpegs with Kurt Gardner
  • Adirondack Nature Photography and Working with Raw Files Over Jpegs with Kurt Gardner
  • Adirondack Nature Photography and Working with Raw Files Over Jpegs with Kurt Gardner

Adirondack Nature Photography and Working with Raw Files Over Jpegs with Kurt Gardner

 

Friday & Saturday, July 8 & 9, 2016

Friday: 6 PM start

Saturday: daylight start-1PM

 

This workshop is suitable for beginners, intermediate, and advanced photographers who are looking for a crash course in maximizing the use of their cameras and lenses to achieve Picture Perfect Shots! Kurt is a firm believer in shooting raw files over jpegs.

The first evening of our workshop we will go over cameras settings, composition and exposure in order to achieve the best shots possible. Weather permitting, you will go out for a late evening photo shoot. You will start your next day off at first light, traveling around and shooting some of Kurt’s local favorite scenic spots. You will stop at a local breakfast place at some point if you would like to (food not included). You will spend the later part of the day working on your images back at View.

He will have his computer and a projector so everyone can see how to get the fullest range out of your raw files. We will be working with Photoshop Raw software and Capture One Software.

 

The locations you will visit are not terribly difficult to get to. A basic understanding of digital workflow and some working knowledge of F Stops and Shutter Speeds as well as Photoshop would be helpful, but not necessary.

If your interested but not sure if this is right for you just get in touch with Kurt to talk it over. Meals are the responsibility of the participant. Feel free to reach out to him for recommendations kurt@kurtgardner.com.

 Things you’ll need: 1. A camera capable of shooting “Raw” files preferably a DSLR. 2. A sturdy tripod 3. You should have a cable release for camera. 4. Laptop computer is optional 5. Snacks and beverages also any medication you might need 6. Make sure your cameras are fully charged and bring your battery chargers. 7.Don’t forget your outdoor clothing, Rain Gear and hiking shoes.

 

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