Waterfalls, Seascapes and Night Photography
|Have you ever wondered how to make waterfalls look silky? Or photograph the stars? Or depict a beautiful calm lake or ocean even when it's windy?
Long exposure photography is one of the most creative genres of landscape photography, enabling the photographer to depict the beauty of nature in a way that our eyes can't actually see it.
In this video, I'll identify the many ways long exposures can enhance your images, and the tools and techniques commonly used to achieve them. You'll receive a worksheet and a summary document, and you will have access to the video for two weeks.
|Experience level: Intermediate
Format: video (pre-recorded)
Duration: 1hr 45mins
Cost: $25 (AUD)
|What topics will be covered?||
• What makes long exposures visually appealing?
"Waterfalls, Seascapes and Night Photography" was previously run as an online workshop.
Here are some participant reviews for the Zoom Workshop sessions:
“I just completed the Waterfalls, Seascapes and Long Exposure Workshop and I can easily say it was the best online course I have done. So much information and follow on support and links. Mieke was eager to answer all questions and the notes template provided was a great and unique idea.”
"I attended Mieke's virtual workshop 'Waterfalls, Seascapes & Long Exposures.' The 2 hour workshop was full of lots of useful information, handy tips and plenty of real examples to illustrate how 'not to' do it, as well as 'how to'. Mieke is down to earth and personable in nature, making for a relaxed atmosphere. Mieke uses a simplistic & concise approach to explain her work flows which made it very easy to comprehend. Thank you so much!"
“I completed Mieke's 'Waterfalls, Seascapes and Long Exposures' on-line workshop. We had 2 hours of relevant, understandable information and I was particularly impressed that Mieke had catered for the different cameras that the participants used. A lot of information in two hours because of Mieke's no nonsense approach and her ability to keep the workshop rolling along. I would highly recommend this course to any photographer regardless of preferred genre."