In this two-part workshop, we'll break down the barriers to getting into long exposure photography by using and understanding the tools needed to create stunning long exposure photos any time of day.
Part 1: Sat. April 10, 9 a.m. to noon - takes place in the field
Day one there will be instruction and then shooting landscapes, flora/fauna and architecture in the Delta.
Part 2: Sun. April 11, 9 a.m. to noon - online with Zoom
The second day will be an online Zoom meeting which will incude questions and input about the images you took the day before.
An equipment list and some options on purchasing neutral density filters will be given to students in advance of the workshop.
ZOOM WORKSHOP AGREEMENT: All materials provided to participants, including handouts, videos and other study aids, are for the use of paid participants only. Your purchase of this workshop signifies your agreement with this request. Following the presentation of a Zoom workshop, a video link will be sent to all attendees and will be available for online viewing for 6 days following the workshop.
A native of Sacramento, Farrell Scott is also a commercial photographer specializing in the art of food, agriculture and architecture. Recognized for the natural light quality of her images and designer eye when it comes to composition, Farrell’s ability to help clients achieve their own creative visions has made her a sought after commercial photographer & art director. Armed with over 25 years of marketing and design experience, Farrell combines innovative technology along with her artistic perspective and traditional photography methods.
Farrell holds degrees in theatre and photography and is a regular workshop instructor at the Crocker Art Museum, Blue Line Arts and Musictown Studio. See more of Farrell’s inspiring photographs at https://www.farrellscott.com/