In this 2 part course, students will have the opportunity to learn how to shoot the sunrise on location, as well as receiving feedback and sharing images with their peers.
On Sunday, February 12th class will meet at Seacrest Park at 6:45am (consider arriving 10-15 min early to set up). As a class we will go over important settings ands tips to prepare our cameras for the sunrise. Together, students will shoot the rising sun with hands on practice and real time techniques on capturing the best image possible. Our session will end at 8:15am.
Some of the tools and techniques we will discuss will include white balance, composition and long exposures. Students should have a good working knowledge of their camera, but all skill levels are welcome.
Necessary tools for class include tripods and remotes or cable releases. Please contact Glazers ahead of time if you need to borrow some equipment.
Please dress accordingly as it may be cold. This class has the potential to be post poned due to weather.
We will meet back in the Glazers Camera Classroom (811 Republican St.) from 1pm to 3pm to review everyones best images. By sharing photos with each other students will be able to see what others unique perspectives were, as well as offering a second opportunity to learn about different settings and skills.
Instructor, Ashlee is a professional photographer living, shooting and teaching in Seattle. She specializes in children and family portraiture, but has a passion for nature and landscapes. You can see her work at www.ashleemeyerphotography.com
Glazer's is now offering a wide range of new classes for all levels of photographers! We are proud to provide our community with skills and techniques to improve the quality of their work and introduce them to undiscovered interests in photography! Your input is always appreciated! Don't see a class you want to take? Suggest one here! Due to our class schedule, we are unable to provide refunds within 48 hours of a planned class or event. If you need to cancel, please do so in a timely manner so we can better serve all of our students and instructors.