The Long Exposure Landscape
presented by Henry Gessau
Thursday, March 14, 2019 from 7pm to 9pm
SOPHA, Manchester, NH
Join us for this discussion of landscape photography and how long exposures can open new worlds! Learn about the effects long exposures can create including cotton candy waterfalls, mirror lakes, and of course those soft dreamy seascapes.
Henry will use not only his own work but also the works of other artists to illustrate how the long exposure landscape can be created. He will share the techniques, equipment and methodology needed to create these images. He will also share some of his local locations so you can perfect your skills!
About the Instructor:
Henry Gessau is a software engineer by profession, and likes to go on hikes in his free time. He has lived in New Hampshire for twenty years. About ten years ago he bought a DSLR and started carrying it on hikes. He caught the photography bug and has not found a cure. Henry does not consider himself an artist, but enjoys practicing landscape photography while wandering about in the wilds of New England.
This program is part of our Education Membership Series.
Education Members enjoy to of our series classes each month as part of their monthly membership fee. You can learn all about Education Membership here.
You do not have to be a SOPHA Member to take this program.
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