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CORE CLASSES

Photography 101 - Introduction

Photography 201 - Advanced

Canon Interchangeable Lens Camera

Nikon Interchangeable Lens Camera

Olympus Interchangeable Lens Camera

Panasonic Interchangeable Lens Camera

Sony Interchangeable Lens Camera

TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY 101

Video 101

LENS & CAMERA DEMO DAYS

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

Denver Botanic Gardens

DENVER ZOO DEMO DAY

Sacramento Zoo Demo Day

SPECIAL EVENTS

Labor Day Lift Off, Hot Air Balloon Festival

Live Models, Interactive Photography & Lumix Gear Demo!

Portfolio Review

SOFTWARE WORKSHOPS

Lightroom 101

Photo Management for Apple Devices

Photoshop Elements 101

MULTI-PART WORKSHOPS

A Morning With the Racehorses

All Owl Photography Workshop

Birds of Prey Workshop with Hawk Quest & Tamron

Birds of Prey Workshop with with West Coast Falconry

Composition Workshop with Photo Walk at Red Rocks

Garden of the Gods Photo Walk

Macro Photography Workshop at Hudson Gardens

Night Photography at Blackhawk Plaza in Danville

Night Photography: Painting with Light - 3-Part Workshop

Off Camera Flash Photography Workshop

Studio Lighting for Portraits

Train Museum Photo Shoot with Sony - 2-Part Workshop

Videography: Denver Chalk Art Festival

Wild Horses- 3-Part Workshop

Wildlife Photography Sacramento Zoo

Wild Bird Photography

Wildlife Photography Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

ADDITIONAL CLASSES

Color Management

Drone 101 - How to Fly a Drone: A Beginner's Guide

How To Take Great Landscape Photos

Lighting 101 - Perfect People Pictures

Lighting 201 - Outdoor Portraiture with Strobe Lighting!

EXPOSURE VALUES

MACRO / CLOSE-UP PHOTOGRAPHY

Smartphone Photography

Nikon Flash Seminar

NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY - AN EXPLORATION OF EXPOSURE VALUE

Portrait Photography: LED Lighting

Portrait Photography: Natural Light

Vincent Versace Program

Portrait Photography: Off-Camera Flash / Strobe

FIELD TRIPS

How to Use a Film Camera with a Photo Walk

Astrophotography Workshop

Film Photography - Westwind Barn

Nature Photography - Japanese Tea Garden

Night Photography - Golden Gate Bridge

Night Photography - San Francisco Waterfront

Night Photography - SFO Palace of Fine Arts

Night Photography - Old Town Sacramento

San Francisco Photo Walk

 

San Francisco Night Photography
Golden Gate Bridge Field Trip

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Capture stunning images as the sun sets on the world’s most iconic bridge! We’ll guide you along the way offering expert advice for composing scenes and getting perfect exposures!

 

Achieve the skills needed to create spectacular night photographs in this photo walking tour. You'll gain the skills to capture stunning, colorful and dramatic low light and night photographs. Your instructors will guide you along a hands-on walking tour with multiple photo demonstrations. You'll be able to shoot photographs alongside your instructor and get tips and advice on how to improve your images.

 

What You’ll Learn

The proper settings to take great night & long-exposure photos

Making use of artificial lights to highlight your subject during long exposures

How to capture more light through long-exposure photography to make the night look more like day

Learn how to create light trails and motion effects with the use of long exposures

How to use the bulb mode setting and timed exposure settings

 

Dates, Times & Locations

Part 1: Thursday, May 31, 2018 at Mike's Camera (Mill Valley, CA) 7-9pm

Part 2: Saturday, June 2nd, 2018 at Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco) 7:45-10pm

Part 3: Tuesday, June 5th, 2018 at Mike's Camera (Mill Valley, CA) 7-9pm

 

 

Tuition for 2 Options

$159 for the 3 night shoot and class package

(plus Eventbrite processing fee.)

Save 10% if you register more than 2 weeks in advance!

  

 

More Info 

What to bring…

Bring your camera that is equipped with manual settings

Wide-angle and telephoto lens (we offer rentals if you don’t have one or the other)

A fully charged battery (two ideally)

Memory cards

Tripod

Camera remote (if you have one, otherwise you’ll use your self-timer)

A flashlight (not flash)

Light to medium jacket (where we’re near the water and it will be chilly)

 

Where to park/How to get there

There are very few spots in front of the welcome center, some are free and there are some $5 spots near the bridge (see map below to see where to park – lots 1, 2, 7 & 8 are within a 5-minute walk).

If you are not going to drive into the SF, you can take public transportation. Please visit 511.org to find out the best way from your home.

 

 

 

 

About your Instructor - Andrew Krebs 

Andrew Krebs is passionate about everything photographic. He has been an avid photographer since having his eyes opened to the wonders of photography by taking classes in college in 1989, and has been entranced ever since. Andrew is an experienced professional event photographer having covered commencements, marching band contests, weddings, and parties in 6 states. He has worked as an assistant for a professional portrait photographer in Chicago, a wedding photographer in 4 states, and for a newspaper in the Chicago suburbs. Landscape and night-time photography are personal passions, and he loves finding that "Unseen" image: Interpreting angle or image that nobody else sees into a spectacular photo.

 

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