Night Photography Workshop - Moab, Utah

Night Photography Workshop - Moab, Utah

from 500.00

March 25-26, 2017

Joe Hendricks is one of the most passionate and energetic photographers to be around, and he's even better at teaching others how to take incredible night photos! His goal is to explain night photography in a way that everyone will understand, regardless of your skill level or equipment. You’ll leave feeling enthusiastic and confident in your abilities, ready for your own adventure!

This workshop is like no other! It's fun, infectious, and motivating to see someone like Joe get excited about taking pictures, but still willing to slow down and help photographers one-on-one during the workshop. Photographers who have attended his workshops rave about Joe’s teaching style.

This workshop will slow you down, make you think, challenge you and grow you as a photographer. Here’s what you can expect:

  • Learn how to light your images in an awesome way
  • Pick up cool tricks to focus in the dark
  • Practice light painting people and/or objects
  • Learn simple editing skills at the next day editing class (included) 

The workshop will be held inMoab. Location details will be emailed prior to the event. 

  • Saturday, March 25: Night photography workshop, 9pm-Late.
  • Sunday, March 26: Morning editing class, 10am. (Bring your laptop!)
  • Sunday, March 26: Night photography workshop, 9pm- Late (for those who sign up for 2 nights. We will be practicing the skills learned on night #1, including more one-on-one instruction.)

A wide lens is highly recommended. Not everyone is going to have the best equipment and that's ok. Joe will teach you how to compensate with any kind of gear you have. 

    which class:
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    Workshop requirements: 

    • Photographers are responsible for their own transportation, lodging and meals. 
    • Entrance into the park is not included.
    • Must have a DSLR and basic knowledge of how to use it.
    • Bring your laptop for the next day editing class (must have a photo editing program installed).
    • A tripod and flashlight are required.
    • Must wear good hiking shoes.
    • Ensure you have all batteries and equipment. A wide lens is highly recommended.
    • Have fun and be patient!

    Are you kidding me? This guy is the best, I mean the BEST! Have you seen his landscape photos? Wow! The way he captures...

    Posted by Liz Cole Wilcox on Monday, March 6, 2017