$80 – $100

Creating Art in Landscape Photography with Long Exposure w/Meghan Maloney

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Learn how to use neutral density filters to capture beautiful landscapes and how to create stunning compositions in Lightroom and Photoshop.

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In this crash course, Meghan Maloney will be covering the fundamentals when it comes to photographing and editing landscape photography with long exposure. Meghan will cover compositions, dynmanics, enhancing and colour theory.

Topics covered in this workshop:

  • What is a long exposure
  • What makes long exposures eye catching/art-like
  • Equipment required to create long exposures (best lenses, remote timer, filters)
  • Using filters in landscape photography (explanation of how they work, what each one does)
  • Challenges of long exposure photography (focus, exposure, wind, missing the moment, hot pixels)
  • Using Lightroom to process long exposures (basic adjustments, sharpening, colour adjustments)
  • Using Photoshop to remove hot pixels

What to bring:

  • Laptop with Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom CC Classic installed (please ensure this is installed and ready to use)
  • Mouse / tablet

About Meghan Maloney

Meghan is an award-nominated New Zealand landscape photographer. She moved from Wellington to Cambridge in 2015 and started exploring around the Waikato, Bay of Plenty and Coromandel discovering many hidden gems worth visiting. Meghan is also a Sony Advocate, where she promotes the brand with landscape photography workshops and other photography events around New Zealand.

www.meghanmaloneyphotography.co.nz

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