At the Welshot Photographic Academy it’s all about being creative in the landscape with your camera and tonight is no exception. Tonight, we are in the picturesque location of Betws-Y-Coed where waterfalls, landscapes, quaint cottages and railway stations will provide you, the photographer, with some great locations to capture in your camera. From learning how to make a long exposure to blur the water of the numerous waterfalls we will be visiting to having a go at shooting for HDR when you photograph the beautiful buildings that are abound in the Conwy valley.
Our very first “Roving Academy Evening” for 2019 is all about Low-Light and Long Exposure Photography. The location is the beautiful and historical St Asaph Cathedral and then onto the Marble Church in Bodelwyddan just off the A55 in North Wales. While we will be concentrating on Long Exposures and learning how to photograph in low-light conditions there will be plenty of time to learn some HDR techniques and grab some close-up details if you would like. We will also learning the “Painting with Light” technique and showing you how to add light onto your buildings to give them that WOW factor.
The event was the Welshot Photographic Roving Academy Evening – the location – Talacre and more importantly the Lighthouse itself. What turned out to be the last in a series of glorious warm, sunny summer days in May was to be the stage for a fantastic evening to spend on the beach. But before we […]