Shooting High Dynamic Range (HDR) and Panorama Part 1

Pano of Riverside Park at night.
Image by Austin Miller
Shooting High Dynamic Range (HDR) and Panorama Part 1

Learning HDR opens a new world of photographic opportunities  Whether its mid-day shots with dark shadows and no over exposure blowouts or Night shots with great detail and street lights or city lights not blown out.  Panorama's allow you be close to large, building and capture the entire structure, or incredible  landscapes with a very wide view.   

The workshop will be held in 3 parts:   

On Wednesday February 10th at 6:30 PM there will be a Zoom meeting on the fundamentals of HDR and how to set up your camera for both HDR and Panoramas.  Austin Miller will be leading this workshop. 

On Thursday February 18th we will meet at 6:30 at the new bandshell to do some night shooting of both HDR and Panorama.  The primary objective is to shoot the bandshell and the river walk towards the bridge.  This will be postponed in case of bad weather. 

The third meeting is to discuss post processing of the images from the shoot.  It will be held via Zoom on Thursday, March 18th at 6:30.  This date is tentative so watch for updates in March. 

If you are interested in attending please contact Austin. Signing up helps us know there is enough interest to hold the workshop.

Wed, Feb 10, 2021 at 6:30-8:30pm
Event type: Workshop
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LOCATION

Virtual

WI
United States

This event is being held virtually over Zoom. Members check your email for the Zoom link. Guests, please contact us for a link to attend.

If you need help using Zoom, you can watch their training video.