Workshops "Seattle Nights" - KRBackwoodsPhotography

Workshops "Seattle Nights"

Seattle Nights Workshop December 2, 2017

Seattle Nights Workshop December 9, 2017

Do you have a dslr camera and wish to learn how to take photos in the city at night?  This workshop you'll learn how to do just that.  And it's a great time of year to do so as there is a good chance we'll get wet streets that really soak up the city lights.


~ What You'll Learn ~
We'll work on manual settings, learn how the settings relate to each other and how to use them in different situations.  We'll go over composition and learn how to put together a photo you'll be proud of.  At the end of the workshop, for those that are interested, we'll sit down and go over some editing in photoshop of the photos we took that night.  Editing is a big part of getting great photos, a camera will rarely capture what you see with your eyes so you have to develop your photo in photoshop.  Bring your laptop and learn how to really make your photos pop and have them look like what you saw that night!


~ Time, Location, and Duration ~
In the workshop we'll meet before sunset and head to the first location in hopes of sunset and will shoot into the night at various locations around Seattle. Generally we'll shoot until around midnight, give or take a bit, I'm willing to shoot as late as everyone would like to stay.  I'll contact you several days before the workshop to discuss exact location and time.


~ Cost ~
The cost to attend is $249 per person.  And must be paid in full at least 3 days before the workshop. 


~ What is Required by You ~
You'll be required to find transportation to Seattle and the various stops around the city.  If carpooling works we can discuss that as well.  You'll need to have paid in full at least 3 days prior to workshop.


~ What You'll Need ~
You'll need a dslr camera, a lens or two, preferably a wide angle for one of them, a tripod, umbrella and any drinks and snacks you'll want to get you through the evening.  


This workshop will be run rain or shine, that is why you need an umbrella if the weather turns bad.  Rain and wet streets can make for very striking photos at night.  If you have any further questions just send me a message and I'll be happy to answer.  If you'd like to sign up click on the link above to pay and reserve your spot.