Last week I was busy teaching a workshop on the Monterey Peninsula. I had a great group of students and everyone learned a lot and had a great time. We were concentrating on long exposures with neutral density filters, HDR, exposure stacking and night photography. I didn’t take too many images since I was busy with the students. I took the most images when we were photographing the Pacific Grove Butterfly House, and only a few when we were at the beaches. Here are a few that I took.
Surf and Rocks, Pacific Grove, CA - 2.5 sec; f/11; ISO 100; 35mm; Singh-Ray variable neutral density filter
Sunset, Asilomar Beach, Pacific Grove - 29 images stacked and blended with Blend Mode of Lighten
Sunset, Asilomar Beach, Pacific Grove, CA - 3 exposures 2 stops apart for HDR; f/18; ISO 100; 15mm
My students braving the good light on Asilomar Beach
Pacific Grove Butterfly House - 8 sec; f/11; ISO 100; 30mm
Students at Pacific Grove Butterfly House
Detail, Pacific Grove Butterfly House – 4 sec; f/11; exp comp -1.67; ISO 100; zooming lens
I will be teaching another “Expand Your Creativity” workshop at Mono Lake in October. Here is a preview of what will be doing.
Aspens, Lundy Canyon - 5 Sec; f/9; ISO 100; zooming lens; variable neutral density filter
Abandoned building, Mono Lake, CA 24 sec; f/2.8; ISO 3200; 15mm
Streaming clouds, Mono Lake, CA 240 sec; f/9; ISO 100; 15mm; 15 stop neutral density filter
Maybe you can join me there? Click here for more info.
To Reply or comment you must be Subsrcibed and logged in - see upper right.