Join me in the salty seaside villages of Gloucester, Massachusetts for one of our most scenic EOS Destination Workshops to date. The Cape Ann destination is diverse in subject matter of traditional New England fishing villages, harbors, beaches and lighthouses. Learn to use and understand light with compositional techniques to capture the beautiful north shore coast of Massachusetts.
One evening we will utilize wide-angle lenses and astrophotography to capture the brilliant starry sky surrounding Annisquam Light. Understand and learn to use your Canon TC80-N3 Intervelometer for long exposures, time lapse and camera steadiness.
In visiting Gloucester Harbor and Bear Skin Neck, I will cover mastering long lenses as we photograph fisherman coming back with their catch. We will be working with macro lenses, close-up diopters, wide and telephoto lenses around one of the many very picturesque fishing harbors.
Through our time together, you will be learning the best metering mode to use for the most accurate exposures. Hone your decision-making skills in regards to white balance, exposure times, depth of field, focus stacking and tasteful HDR composites to produce spectacularly beautiful images.
Also included in the workshop fee, is the opportunity to try out different EOS Bodies and EF lenses. The Canon gear we provide for students to learn and experiment with will only further enhance this experience. The workshop is limited to 16 students, so you will have plenty of attention and support from Mr. Sklute and one of our highly skilled Canon Technical Specialists, who will help you in both the field and the classroom. We will coordinate carpooling to our shooting location from the meeting point at the hotel each morning.
Intermediate and Advanced: Need to have an understanding of your camera operations including manual mode, AV, F Stops and Shutter speed as needed.
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Ken Sklute has been honored as one of Canon’s Explorers of Light, a designation shared by only 60 top photographers worldwide. Ken has enjoyed a diverse career photographing landscapes, professional sports, and people.
Phone: (602) 738-0601