LONG EXPOSURE LANDSCAPES

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INTRODUCTION
The use of Neutral Density filters to lengthen the shutter speed used to blur water and clouds has been one of the most useful and creative steps forward for landscape photography in recent years.  

However it takes more than just fitting a ‘Big Stopper’ to a wide angle lens to create a photographic masterpiece.
In this workshop we will show you how to get a great shot using the long exposure technique for landscape photography.

DATES FOR THIS WORKSHOP

2018 dates are now available.

If your preferred date for this workshop is not shown, please contact us to see if we can run this workshop on a date that can suit your schedule.

If don’t see your preferred date listed please
contact us to see if we are able to conduct this workshop on the date that suits you.

INFORMATION
Level: Beginner to Advanced
Location: Various
Access: Moderate walking and small hills - some climbing required
Equipment: Camera - DSLR or CSC.  ND filter, Tripod, Remote shutter release.
Schedule: 9am to 6pm
Number: 3 people maximum
Cost: £150 per person £50 deposit to confirm.  Balance payable 5 days before the workshop.

WHAT’S INCLUDED?
  • Transport will be provided from Dunbar to the various venues on the tour and then back to Dunbar in the evening.  We do not provide transport to Dunbar for the start of the Tour.
  • A packed lunch will be provided. Please advise of any dietary requirements at the time of booking.
  • We can provide a tripod if you don’t want to travel with your own.

WHAT SHOULD GUESTS BRING?
  • Any camera equipment you think you will need.  Remember there is walking involved in the Tours so only bring the equipment you are able to carry with you. Click on the link below to see the recommended camera equipment for each Tour.
  • Dress for the conditions.  Warm clothes, wet weather clothing (this is Scotland) and walking boots.

PLEASE READ THE FULL TERMS AND CONDITIONS BEFORE BOOKING

NEED SOMEWHERE TO STAY?
Dunbar has some great hotels and guest houses, if you want to book somewhere nice to stay there are some great places to choose from on the Visit East Lothian website.

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