We had our first Catching the Wave – Long Exposure workshop recently. The workshop focused on shutter speeds anywhere from 1/8th a sec to 2 seconds to show good power and movement of the waves and water. It was a smashing success and we’ll include it as a regular on our future events calendar. The workshop was held at the beach at the end of Potter’s Hill Rd, San Remo, VIC. You can get more info about this area in our Treks for Photographers area on the website. Here’s a review of the workshop in images.

Here it comes, is your camera weather sealed?
Here it comes, is your camera weather sealed?
Half of the workshop line up on Panhandle Flats
Half of the workshop line up on Panhandle Flats
Michelle working the angles
Michelle working the angles
Sevi ready for the splash
Sevi ready for the splash
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A ‘Blue Steel’ moment
Pretty happy with the sunset
Pretty happy with the sunset
Moved to Cadillac Canyon for the last of the light
Moved to Cadillac Canyon for the last of the light
Even got in some Astro photography
Even got in some Astro photography
I went back with a mate in the morning
I went back with a mate in the morning
Catching the Wave Workshop
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One thought on “Catching the Wave Workshop

  • March 5, 2016 at 2:23 pm
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    Brilliant photos, Dale….I would love to do an Astro Photography session with you sometime.
    Carole.

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