CLL Orange County
Controlling Time with Dave Henry
- Presented by:
- Dave Henry (Bio)
- CLL Orange County
- February 15, 2017
- 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
- Canon Live Learning Orange County
123 Paularino Avenue
Costa Mesa, California 92626
Controlling time. That’s something most people have always dreamed of. We as photographers have the capability of controlling time with our cameras.
Photographers can use long exposures to see past the capability the human eye, turn hours into seconds using a time-lapse technique as well as “paint with light” to create and capture surreal effects that are only visible to the camera.
You will learn the basics of time-lapse photography including exposure, calculating timing and composition. After that we will show you how to assemble all of it in the computer to create a time-lapse movie.
Nighttime photography can be a mystery to most photographers. We will be showing you how to use long exposures and the bulb setting for nighttime cityscapes and “painting with light”.
Another fascinating aspect of nighttime photography is capturing the moon and stars. You will learn how to get proper exposure, white balance and use other camera settings to make amazing images of the night sky.
There will be a shooting session utilizing the techniques learned so make sure you bring your DLSR camera with memory card and charged battery. You will also need a tripod, remote controller with time lapse function (Canon Timer Remote Controller TC-80N3* or other compatible device that fits your specific camera. This function is built into the EOS 7DmkII, EOS 5DS, EOS 5DS R, EOS 5D Mark IV and EOS 80D).
*The TC-80N3 is only compatible with certain Canon DLSR cameras: http://shop.usa.canon.com/shop/en/catalog/product-accessories/eos-digital-slr-camera-accessories/eos-remote-controllers/timer-remote-controller-tc-80n3
What you will learn:
• Fundamentals of time-lapse photography
• Light sources for painting with light
• Exposures for star/Milky Way photography
• How to shoot fireworks displays
• Creative effects manipulating the lens during long exposures
What to bring:
• Camera with a “kit” zoom lens
• Memory card
• Remote release with built-in intervalometer (unless it is built into the camera body)
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