Water Flow Workshop
at the beautiful
Wickecheoke Creek Preserve
Look for 2022 dates coming soon!
New Jersey Conservation Foundation Stockton Office
Prall House | 33 Risler St | Stockton, NJ 08559
$150, limited to 10 participants
50% of the workshop fee is donated to the New Jersey Conservation Foundation
Turning the rough, choppy water flowing through waterfalls and cascades into a silky, ethereal look might be the original photographic special effect. It is one way to smooth the rough edges of nature and create naturally surreal photographs. This water flow photography workshop in the Wickecheoke Creek Preserve will teach you the techniques needed to create this beautiful effect. It is designed for beginner to intermediate level photographers and anyone interested in mastering the art of photographing flowing water.
Here is what you will learn:
- How to use different shutter speeds and other camera settings to create various effects with flowing water.
- Working with different kinds of light.
- Using, and not using, neutral density and polarizing filters to enhance your flowing water photographs.
- How to create beautiful compositions with flowing water.
This workshop includes a classroom session and field work photographing choice locations in the beautiful New Jersey Conservation Foundation’s Wickecheoke Creek Preserve.
- Participants must have a camera that can be set in manual mode.
- A tripod is also necessary.
- Having a lens with a screw mount for attaching filters is recommended but not necessary.
- Participants should be able to walk for short distances along uneven rocky surfaces.
We are proud to have NiSi Filters sponsor this workshop.