LONG SHOT 2011: Stacey Sanner, Tracks II - June 18, 3:25PM

Creative Urban Night Photography

Instructor: Janet Neuhauser
Friday 9pm-12am + Final Meeting on Thursday, July 30 from 6-9pm | June 26 – July 30, 2015*
$400 | $360 Members

Level: Open to All
Prerequisites: Photography I: Digital or B&W, or strong working knowledge of digital or film SLR camera required.
**No class on Friday, July 3 in observance of Independence Day weekend.

This workshop will focus on the urban night landscape: how do urban structures such as freeway overpasses, bridges, train yards and waterways coexist and interact with the environment at night? How do photographers capture the mysterious, multifaceted light at night? Four classes meet in various locations along the Duwamish River, in the train yards of SoDo and Georgetown, in and around Lake Union and Fremont. Through an intensive hands–on approach, the class covers low ISO, long exposure techniques, painting with various types of light, white balance and shooting in camera raw. A tripod and remote release are required, DSLR type camera preferred though film photographers are welcome. A fifth meeting will be the week after the shooting portion of the class and will concentrate on evaluating the work that has been printed. A Flickr.com group will allow students to look at each others work throughout the class.

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