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I have decided to open up this one to new photographers as well. Be sure to look up the features described below. Even if you don't get any HDR in you will come out feeling more comfortable with your camera and some great shots of the sunrise over the city. I do not plan on a hike at the moment but if you want to go to the inner harbor to work on some long exposure shots with me you are welcome to join.
Also, breakfast is on your own but I will end up at Paul's in Arbutus around 8:30 am, just after a couple of long exposure shots near the stadiums and inner harbor, if anyone wants to talk shop or get image reviews. Great breakfast only restaurant. Locally owned. As a small business owner myself I like to support small business whenever I can. Be sure to dress for the weather. Bring your hothands and hot chocolate (or coffee for you coffee lovers). Bundle up and you will get to experience just a little of what it takes to be a professional photographer. Also, note the adjusted meeting time and place!
I will keep you updated through the comments section.
See you Saturday!!!!
This one is going to be for the more experienced photographer. You need to be able to change the exposure setting and shutter speed at the very least on your DSLR. On this one we will focus on How to do HDR or High Dynamic Range photography. You can choose one set of pictures that I will compile for you after the event, and of course you can try your own hand at it too. DSLR and Tripod are required. As always I have two DSLRs that I can rent out for a small fee. They are first come first serve. You must provide your own tripod.
Never heard of HDR? Here is a great article from Nikon explaining the process and reasoning behind it. http://www.nikonusa.com/en/learn-and-explore/a/tips-and-techniques/high-dynamic-range-photography.html
Hope to see you out there!How to find us:Go to the top of the parking garage and look towards the stadiums.