Connecticut Photography Workshops with John Munno
Do you come home excited from taking photographs only to find that your photos didn’t come out as your eyes saw it? Want to take your photography skills to a new height? Not sure how to really use the all the functions and buttons on your camera? A photography workshop with John Munno will help take your photography skills and knowledge to the next level.
About the workshops
Put your photography skills and level on the fast track with Photography Workshops by John Munno. John Munno will take you on- location for each workshop to get a hands-on-photography experience.
Learn how to use your camera, what shutter speeds, f/stops and, ISO settings to use. Learn how to focus properly to get tack sharp images. Learn how to read your histogram to achieve proper exposure each time. Lean the proper use of filters such as polarizers and neutral density filters to reduce glare, enhance colors and add motion to your images. Learn how to get the most out of your tripod as an aid to creating sharper images. Learn important compositional techniques to create compelling and captivating nature and landscape images. This and more will be experienced with each workshop.
Workshops are held in the field in location to experience and capture the beauty of landscape and nature photography.
Waterfalls, Streams and Moving Water Photography Workshop with John Munno
Tuesday, June 24th 6pm Kettletown State Park Entrance Station
Water captivates us, provides beauty, solace, and healing. Spend some time communing with this element of nature and come home feeling refreshed. Well taken waterscapes allure the human spirit and provide for memorable photographic images. Learn the tricks and techniques necessary to capture the beauty of streams and waterfalls.
In this workshop John will guide and teach you in the use of proper camera settings for photographing waterfalls, brooks and streams. Learn how to create balanced and intriguing compositions that capture the viewer as well as the use of polarizers and neutral density filters to create motion blur to add a sense of time and mystery to your water photographs.
Recommended camera gear would be a wide angle lens, tripod and cable release.
Recommended clothing to bring and wear are bug repellent, long sleeve shirts and pants to keep the bugs away (if any) and waterproof boots or river shoes for the really intrepid. A small flashlight is also recommended for those who want to stay out a bit later.
Camera with zoom or wide angle lens
Polarizer and or Neutral Density Filters
Cable Release or remote
River shoes (Tevas), waterproof knee high boots, waders, or shoes you don’t mind getting wet
Workshop fee $10.00
Call John Munno at 203-824-7423 or email at [email protected] to reserve your space. Space is limited.