Join nature photographer and instructor Larry Winslett for a day of shooting at some of North Georgia's most beautiful waterfalls and streams.
Students will get plenty of practice with "moving water" and learning how shutter speeds affect the look and mood of your nature and water photographs. Students will also learn how to meter scenes for best exposures and framing for best compositions. The use of polarizers and neutral density filters will also be discussed.
Note that this workshop goes on rain or shine!
MORE INFO ON WATERFALLS AND MOUNTAIN STREAMS
*Please meet at 8:00 AM at JR's Roadkill BBQ, located at 15220 Hwy 129 N/US-19 in North Georgia, 706-219-4302.
*At 8:30 AM we will head out to the first shooting site. We will take a break for lunch. You can bring your lunch, or dine at JR's Roadkill BBQ.
*Please bring your camera gear with a variety of lenses, a polarizer filter and neutral density filters, if you have them. And don't forget to bring your tripod for this one! Don't forget plenty of digital memory and fresh batteries of course. Waders may come in handy too! Please note that there is a $3 parking fee at some Forest Service parking sites.