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FREE Photo Walk – HDR Photography Techniques

Join us for a FREE photo walk on Saturday 6 June 2015 with Elmer van Zyl presented by Studio22 and in partnership with Century City & Triggertrap.

What You Will Learn?

The focus will be on HDR photography technique. This includes skills such as bracketing, camera setup for HDR, how to work with natural light and capturing in low light situations.

Elmer will discuss vantage points, composition, capturing the whole dynamic range in the scene as well as the benefits using the Triggertrap dongle and a tripod. A specific emphasis will be placed on taking a good picture, working the scene and how easy it is to capture HDR imagery.

Details

RSVP: Email Elmer van Zyl : elmervanzyl@gmail.com 

What To Bring: Your own camera and tripod. It may also be a good idea to pack a rain jacket, depending on the weather.