Wednesday, March 8th & Thursday March 9th, 2018 1:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Astrophotography (2 day class)

This class will build on basic landscape photography techniques, teach you how to take that process into the field and successfully shoot at night. We will cover planning, shooting and post-processing techniques both in the classroom and out in the field.  Specific topics will include: very long single exposures, multiple exposure blending/compositing, light painting and dark frame subtraction.  In this two-day, two-night, multiple-session class you will gain the experience you need to explore the wonderful world of shooting at night.  Welcome to the darkness!

Gear Requirements:
-Digital SLR camera
-Remote cable release
-Laptop computer with Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop (at least CC2015, installed BEFORE class) Links to download 7-day trial versions will be provided after you sign up for the class
-Warm clothes
-Sturdy shoes

Helpful but not necessary

-Fast, wide angle lenses

Workshop Session Details

Workshop Instructor

Rachid Dahnoun combines his love of outdoor adventure with his artistic vision to create a touching photographic journal of the natural world. From breathtaking landscapes to gritty action photos, Dahnoun delivers compelling imagery to commercial clients and magazines across the globe. His work has been featured with clients such as: National Geographic, Time Inc., ESPN, The Travel Channel, American Express, Microsoft, AAA, Travel and Leisure, Expedia, Lowepro, SKI Magazine, the New York Times and many more.

Dahnoun’s passion for the outdoors and adventure fuels his vision through the lens. Camera in hand, you will find Dahnoun chasing friends down bottomless powder slopes, pedaling through endless miles of pristine trail and rarely standing still.

Learn more about Rachid at .

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