7/27/13

Sleeping Bear Dunes NLS Sunrise


       Sleeping Bear Dunes is a true icon of Michigan's Lower Peninsula. It was named the most beautiful place in the U.S. by Good Morning America, and for good reason. However there is very little progressive photography coming from this stunning area. I am looking to change that by launching a fall workshop that concentrates on all of the most important elements of photography. 

I - Discovering new levels of passion and purpose.
II - Dialing in exposure and capturing complete information. 
III - Slowing down and organizing a scene in a thoughtful manner, true composition.

       Discussion of technical filtration will also be part of the workshop. Capture techniques such as the panoramic image and focus stacking (for complete depth of field without diffraction) are thinking I am very comfortable teaching and am happy to go over. Any and all questions are welcome. I am limiting this workshop to eight people. The exact date has not yet been set, Please E-mail me at jbphotography2@yahoo.com if you have an interest in the idea of this wonderful workshop in a gorgeous treasure of Michigan's Lower Peninsula.

Technical details:
Canon 6D, Nikon 14-24 F/2.8G ED lens (@18mm), Novoflex Nikon to Canon Adapter, ISO 100, F/16, Two-Image blend, one for the shadows, one for the highlights.

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