Emily Fagan on our Landscape Photography Workshop
This is a guest post by one of our Landscape Photography Workshop participants, Emily Fagan (check out her excellent RV blog), who sent me the article along with some pictures, after attending our workshop earlier this year. She sent it to me a while ago, but after getting swamped with too much work and trying to balance things at home with a new baby in our house, my mailbox eventually got flooded with emails and I did not have a chance to get to it for a long time. I hope you enjoy this guest post and get to participate in our future workshops!
Landscape Photography Workshop in Colorado’s Peak Fall Foliage
Major Topics Covered: – Sunrise tripod shot with manual camera settings – Use of polarizing and graduated neutral density filters – Composition using leading lines, triangles and the rule of thirds – Use of hyperfocal distance to maximize depth of field
Location: – West Dallas Creek, Dallas Creek and Last Dollar Roads between Ridgway and Telluride, Colorado.
Overall Impression: – A fantastic 5-star day of photography and instruction in one of Colorado’s most scenic locales.