Speaker: Lewis Kemper (Expanding Your Creativity with Time/Motion Techniques)

Speaker: Lewis Kemper (Expanding Your Creativity with Time/Motion Techniques)

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Date/Time
Date(s) - Tuesday, October 6, 2020
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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Presentation Outline
Today’s outdoor photographer has many options for expanding their creativity beyond that of a simple exposure. Using techniques such as Long Exposures, both day and night, we can now make photographs that dazzle the viewer. By using strong neutral density filters in the day, we can capture motion in still images. Familiar subjects such as water and clouds will be totally different.

Time lapse allows us to condense time and show a view of our world that is lost to the normal observer. You will learn how to shoot time lapse and process your time lapse sequence. Lewis covers how to use an intervalometer and bulb timers for long exposures and for time lapse whether it be an external device, or one built into your camera.

Going beyond the static still image, you can create amazing photographs applying Time/Motion techniques to your still images.

Bio
LEWIS KEMPER is widely recognized as a photographer, writer, and instructor, lecturing throughout the United States. He currently is a Contributing Editor to Outdoor Photographer. Books include, “Ancient Ancestors of the Southwest”, published by Graphic Arts Center Publishing; “Capturing the Light” which won the People’s Choice Awards in Fine Art in the 2009 Photography Book Now competition; and his “Photographing Yosemite Digital Field Guide” which was voted in the top 20 field guides. Lewis’ training videos have been used by thousands of photographers, helping them with their photographic and post processing skills. Lewis is currently a “Tamron Ambassador.”

Contacts
https://www.lewiskemper.com/
https://www.facebook.com/lewiskemperphotography/

Please Note: These are scheduled as online meetings through December and a Zoom link will be sent out in advance of each meeting.  Duration of the meetings will normally be an hour and a half, unless otherwise posted.