Long Exposures & Time-Lapse Manzanita, Oregon
8/3/2019 - 8/6/2019
The rugged and expansive coast of Oregon is the perfect place to practice long exposures and time lapse photography. Join instructor David Marx on the adventure of a photographer's lifetime, exploring the coast with your camera. As he leads you to the most photogenic spots at the best times of the day to photograph them, you will create striking images and time lapses, and learn exactly how to process them to perfection.
One of the best parts about attending a workshop with David Marx is that he will make sure you walk away with a complete understanding of what he has taught. He teaches you the ins and outs of creating pleasing images using long exposures and crafting perfect time lapses, making these very technical processes easily understandable.
Students in this workshop will learn:
- How to shoot images that explore the passage of time in ways that the human eye cannot see.
- How to get the most out of your landscape images by shooting with live view, manual exposure and manual focus.
- How to shoot amazing images of flowing water and other moving subjects, using slow shutter speeds and neutral density filters.
- How to capture a long series of still photographs and turn these images into a smooth time-lapse video clip using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic and Adobe Photoshop CC.
- How to predict where the sun, the moon and the Milky Way will be on any day, using your smartphone or tablet.
Students should arrive with:
- A working knowledge of camera exposure controls, including using manual exposure.
- Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic.
This workshop begins Saturday, August 3, at 9 a.m. and ends Tuesday, August 6, at 5 p.m.
Tentative schedule for this workshop:
|Morning:||Lecture: Shooting in Manual Mode|
|Afternoon:||Field Shoot: Oswald West State Park|
|Evening:||Sunset Field Shoot: Hug Point State Park|
|Morning:||Sunrise Field Shoot: Nehalem State Park and Lecture: Long Exposures, Neutral Density Filters & Shooting for Time-Lapse|
|Afternoon:||Field Shoot: Ecola State Park|
|Evening:||Sunset Field Shoot: Ecola State Park|
|Morning:||Sunrise Field Shoot: Neahkahnie Beach State Park and Lecture: Basic Time-Lapse Image Processing|
|Evening:||Sunset Field Shoot: Haystack Rock/Cannon Beach|
|Morning:||Lecture: Working with Video in Adobe Photoshop CC|
|Afternoon:||Slide Show and Farewells|
Classroom sessions for this workshop will be held at the North County Recreation
District, located at 36155 9th Street in Nehalem, OR (a 5-minute drive from Manzanita). We will meet regularly in
the Doyle Room. This workshop starts at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 3, and ends
at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 6.
North County Recreation District
In order to provide a variety of sleeping room options and rates, there are room blocks for this workshop set up at both the Inn at Manzanita and their sister property, The Sprindrift Inn (located across the street), for the nights of August 2 through August 6 (5 nights, departing August 7). For either property, contact the Inn at Manzanita at (503) 368-6754.
Inn at Manzanita
67 Laneda Ave.
Manzanita, OR 97130
Inn at Manzanita
114 Laneda Avenue
Manzanita, OR 97130
Rates: Guest rooms have been blocked at rates ranging from $135 to $215 per night + tax.
Cutoff date: Be sure to make your reservation
by June 1, 2019. After this date, reservations
will be based on availability. Cancellation Policy: Please check with
the hotel for their cancellation policy. Reservations can be made by calling the hotel directly. If you phone in your reservation,
please be sure to indicate that you are a student of Rocky Mountain School of Photography. RMSP is not responsible for cancellations due to medical or other emergencies or reimbursement of non-refundable airline tickets/hotel rooms in the event of a course cancellation. Please consider the purchase of trip/travel insurance. The closest major airport for this workshop is Portland International Airport, located
approximately 100 miles from Manzanita. Visit the airport website for information
on carriers and flight schedules. Portland International Airport You are responsible for your own transportation during the workshop. For transportation
to and from field shoots, we suggest that you carpool to get to know fellow students. Major car rental companies are available at the airport website.
7000 Northeast Airport Way
Portland, OR 97218
Portland International Airport (PDX)
Transportation during the Workshop
FeesAny additional fees and/or supplies will be the responsibility of the
Cutoff date: Be sure to make your reservation by June 1, 2019. After this date, reservations will be based on availability.
Cancellation Policy: Please check with the hotel for their cancellation policy.
Reservations can be made by calling the hotel directly. If you phone in your reservation, please be sure to indicate that you are a student of Rocky Mountain School of Photography.
RMSP is not responsible for cancellations due to medical or other emergencies or reimbursement of non-refundable airline tickets/hotel rooms in the event of a course cancellation. Please consider the purchase of trip/travel insurance.
The closest major airport for this workshop is Portland International Airport, located approximately 100 miles from Manzanita. Visit the airport website for information on carriers and flight schedules.
Portland International Airport
You are responsible for your own transportation during the workshop. For transportation to and from field shoots, we suggest that you carpool to get to know fellow students.
Major car rental companies are available at the airport website.
We want your experience at an RMSP workshop to be full of learning and fun. We recognize that preparation is one important key to success. The following is meant to be a packing aid, not a shopping list. If you have questions about what’s needed, please call Bob McGowan, our Student Services Associate, at 800-394-7677.
- Digital SLR camera or interchangeable-lens mirrorless camera
- Sturdy and reliable tripod with a ball head and quick release plate that attaches to your camera
- A fast, wide-angle lens with internal focusing
- A 3-stop and a 5-stop neutral density filter that fit securely on your wide-angle lens. Additional strength neutral density filters are useful too.
- Polarizing filter that fits on your wide-angle lens
- An intervalometer that connects to your camera. Avoid wireless intervalometers, if possible.
- Laptop computer with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic and Adobe Photoshop CC
- Laptop charger
- If you have a new Mac without standard USB ports, you NEED two adapters to plug in standard USB type-A devices into your computer (commonly called "USB dongles").
- Memory card reader (or slot on computer)
- Flash drive
- Spare batteries for equipment (especially for your camera)
- Extra memory card
- Camera manual
- Camera bag or backpack
- Headlamp or flashlight (having a red light is nice to have as well!)
- Cell phone charger
- Bring any other lenses that you own (a variety of focal lengths is always helpful): Wide angle zoom (17-35mm), Normal zoom (35-70mm), Telephoto zoom (70-200mm)
- Cable release/wireless remote
- Additional filters including split neutral density and reverse graduated neutral density filters
- Lens hoods for all lenses
- Professional air blower for sensor cleaning (eg. rocket blower)
- Camera & lens cleaning supplies
- Note taking materials
- Ground cloth, cushion or knee pads
- Camera rain cover if your camera and lens are not water resistant
- A roll of gaffers tape
- Second camera body to use while your main body is shooting time lapses
- Weatherproof clothing that can be layered underneath for warmth
- Waterproof jacket
- Sturdy footwear for walking on uneven ground or trails
- Light to medium jacket
- Sun protection – hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, lip balm
- Insect repellent
- Water bottle
- Snacks for between meals in the field!
- Travel alarm clock and wristwatch – or smartphone with an alarm
David Marx specializes in teaching landscape, travel, and night photography. Over the past twenty years, David’s images and time-lapse video clips have been used in dozens of publications, movies, and advertisements.
David is an Adobe Certified Expert in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop CC and his entertaining teaching style works well for photography students of all skill levels.
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