Photography: Coledale Sunrise NEW!!!
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- $99.00 (GST included)
- Module is full.
- Coledale Rock Pools
- Neoklis Bloukos
- 1 session of 5 hours
- Sunday, 17 December 2017
- Sunday, 17 December 2017
Learn how to interpret light at twilight, dawn and sunrise. You will learn how to take photographs with a minimum amount of available light, correct set up, using a tripod properly, time exposures on auto and manual exposure modes and filtration using filters. Students will learn about landscape photography; Previsualisation, exposure, composition, negative space and depth of field from a professional photographer with 25 years of experience in press photography and over 42 years experience with camera and related photographic equipment.
Photographs taken during this field trip are suitable for my Digital Post Processing Course to be held on November 25 (http://www.macarthurcc.com.au/modules/details?ModuleID=WL4008-8). Meet at 4.20am sharp at the end of Northcote St, Coledale, closest to the ocean - from there we will walk to the rock pools. No concession.
Students will also receive links to filter tutorials and free legitimate software which will enable students to convert colour images to black and white, and also process raw and jpeg images, these links will be sent to students at the completion of the course (via email).
Programs offered are legitimate, current and free software, of which you will also be able to download on your own home PC / Laptop (please note; most software is available for recent Windows and Apple operating programs), a connection to the internet, and have access privileges to download and install software onto your PC, Laptop, Notebook or Surface tablet).
*Please note this does not include Android or Apple IOS (ipad etc).
Camera set up; Picture settings, ISO (film speed), white balance.
How to correctly install and use filters; neutral density and polarizing.
Keeping it sharp, level and steady.
How to interpret the light, how to do correct time exposures, using a tripod properly, photographing on both auto, and manual exposure modes.
Previsualization and landscape Photography.
Shallow and deep, depth of field.
Composition, framing, thirds, and negative space.
Post field trip debrief
Post Field trip debrief (last hour) the Photography Tutor will run a field trip debrief; assessment of students photographs as well as an open chat session to anything relating to photography, equipment or theory, at a local Cafe in Stanwell Park.
This field trip is suitable for students, that have either completed a beginners and or DSLR and or intermediate photography course or similar and or whom have a thorough working knowledge of their camera, camera controls and their lens(es).
**Please note that due to inclement weathe ron 15 october this course has been postpoend to Sunday 17 December. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Essential Materials; Any adjustable digital DSLR, 4/3rds, mirrorless with RAW / JPEG image capability, adjustable iso / film speed settings and adjustable exposure settings; shutter, aperture and manual exposure ie S or TV, A or AV and M and adjustable picture settings and or styles.
A Tripod (the heavier the better due to long exposures and a cable release are essential as timing is crucial, (*releasing with the delayed timer on your camera is not recommended*).
You will need a set of graduated neutral density filters; I recommend the Cokin P250 graduated filter set with filter holder or similar, please note you will also need a Cokin adaptor ring to fit the Cokin filter holder on your lens(es).
A Cokin P series filter set will fit most lenses from a 48mm filter diameter up to an 82mm filter diameter.
see the Cokin download page for more info
Also if you have or can purchase a circular polarizing filter,
(I recommend buying one that fits your largest lens filter size, then use a step down ring to fit your other lenses).
If you have, a fixed or zoom fast aperture len(es) ie 50mm f1.4 / f1.8 / or a 35mm f2.0 or a 20mm 2.8, 16mm - 35mm f2.8 zoom etc would be of benefit, please bring it / them along too.
Please note; An extra battery and flash card are strongly advisable as you will be your using your camera for long exposures, and reviewing your photographs frequently, during this field trip.
A torch, weatherproof jacket, bring warm clothing jumpers etc, an umbrella and or mini umbrella (light rain, proper footwear, walking / running shoes ie rubber soles are recommended for safety reasons, *no open shoes, no leather or smooth soles.
Please bring your own food and water, note pad and pen for this field trip.
This field trip will go ahead if raining
My mobile for this field trip if you need to find me is 0411 251 553
We will meet at 4.20 am at the end of Northcote St, Coledale, closest to the ocean from there we will walk to the rock pools.
on street parking in Coledale Ave and Northcote street
*Hyde Lane is one way*
Please check parking regulations before you leave your car
Toilet amenities are open 24 hours and are located the end of Northcote street (closest to the ocean / rock pools)
Our cafe venue will be
Earth Walker & Co General Store & Cafe
749 Lawrence Hargrave Dr, Coledale
it is a very short walk to there from the rock pools (approx 120 meters)
Please note; parking fines / parking fees / transport to and from / coffee / drinks / breakfast / lunch /morning tea are not included in cost of field trip.
Photos by Neoklis Bloukos are for illustrative purposes only
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