March 1, 2014 – March 1, 2014
March 1, 2014 8am – 4pm
Participant limit: 16
The fourth edition of our Stone and Everett Mills Photography Workshop will provide an opportunity to explore and photograph two of Lawrence’s historic mill buildings to capture and preserve their classic 19th century architecture and the remnants of a bygone era of manufacturing and opportunity.
You will not only learn how to photograph the mills and process your images, you will also learn the history of the mills and how they’re being used today to help revitalize the local community. The result will be your beautiful images, and a new understanding of what makes these iconic buildings so unique.
In the morning, you will be treated to access to these two historic mills. Steven Perlmutter and Robert Lussier will guide you through the stairwells, open spaces and funky corners of these two historic buildings. You can choose to shoot on your own, or receive individual instruction along the way.
Setting Quality: JPEG vs. RAW
Making ISO, Aperture, & Shutter Speed settings understandable
Getting the right exposure
Shooting brackets: The how and why
In the afternoon, we’ll retreat to the classroom for instruction on digital workflow and image processing. The level of instruction will be dictated by the knowledge and needs of the group.
Processing RAW files (in Lightroom and Adobe Raw)
High Dynamic Range processing demo
- Third-party image processing software