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In March, Brian Palmer taught a Nature Photography Workshop at the Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge, in collaboration with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the National Wildlife Refuge System, and Center for Environment and Society at Washington College. The workshop is now available to you, either as a single 110 minute standard definition download from iTunes, or as a multi-part set of 1080p high definition videos on our YouTube channel.

In Episode 9 (part 3) we cover:

  • Stabilization
    • Tripods
    • Monopods
    • Body Bracing
  • Long Exposure
    • Trigger Release
    • Self Timer
  • Painting with Light
  • Filters
    • Polarizing (PL)
    • Neutral Density (ND)
  • Light Types
    • Available
    • Reflector
    • Pop-up Flash
    • Speedlights
    • Studio Strobes
    • Hot Lights
  • TTL vs Non-TTL
  • Light Qualities
  • Using Gels
  • Ring Light demo

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In March, Brian Palmer taught a Nature Photography Workshop at the Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge, in collaboration with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the National Wildlife Refuge System,  and Center for Environment and Society at Washington College.  The workshop is now available to you, either as a single 110 minute standard definition download from iTunes, or as a multi-part set of 1080p high definition videos on our YouTube channel.

In Episode 8 (part 2) we cover:

  • Components of Exposure
    • Shutter Speed
    • Aperture
    • ISO
  • Priority Modes
    • Aperture Priority
    • Shutter Priority
  • Manual Mode
  • Depth of Field
  • Sweet Spot

 

Nature Photography Workshop - Brian PalmerIn collaboration with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the National Wildlife Refuge System,  and Center for Environment and Society at Washington College, Brian Palmer will be teaching a Nature Photography Workshop at Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge on March 30, 2011, from 4:45 PM until dusk. The class will explore camera techniques, location lighting, digital darkroom and post-production applicable to wildlife, landscape and macro nature photography.

This event is free and open to the public, but reservations are required. Space is limited to 18 people. Refreshments provided during the 90-minute classroom period at the Visitor Center. Immediately following, participants head outdoors for hands-on practice. Bring your own camera, snack and water. Presented by the Friends of Eastern Neck and Washington College’s Center for Environment & Society.

 

Red fox Credit: Jon McRay

 

Contact jfairchild2@washcoll.edu or (410) 778-7295

Wed., March 30, 2011
4:45 PM to 7:45 PM
Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge
1730 Eastern Neck Road, Rock Hall MD 21661