Long laying Toulouse
The exact time will be communicated to you by the photographer after your registration.
A workshop entirely dedicated to photography, to discover long exposure, in the heart of Toulouse on the Quai Saint-Pierre.
This photo internship in Toulouse aims to introduce you to long exposure and to train you so that you can master your camera. Together we will set out on the quest for a successful photo from the Quai Saint-Pierre.
A complete photo training in a small group of 4 to 6 people maximum in order to promote group cohesion and to ensure optimal availability of the photographer trainer.
Joining a private Facebook group to answer your questions and track your progress.
Founder of the agency Voyages-Photos.com, I am a freelance photographer, but above all whole and passionate!
I don't really want to specialize, so I touch everything, I like to work on different projects in parallel, architecture, furniture, portraits, landscapes...
Passionate about drawing and images, I have an atypical background, I first went to a school of graphic communication before reorienting myself in computer science.
As an engineer in data backup and storage, I have the sudden urge to add an ingredient to my travels and various hikes.
It is through photography that I will find a new way to look at the world, to take the time to observe, to pay more attention to details, as if I had decided to open a door that has been closed for too long...
This photo internship in Toulouse is for all levels, beginners, amateurs or experts are welcome.
This workshop all levels is an opportunity to learn photography with a photographer who is available and available as a teacher trainer, to build relationships with other participants for possible future photo outings after the course.
For photographers with a good level and good notions, this is a great way to get the best results. workshop long pose in the heart of Toulouse is an opportunity to take a leap in your progress and discover new photo techniques.
- On-the-job training by a professional photographer
- Technical basics
- A very graphic frame
- Your journey to Toulouse
- Activities not mentioned in the programme
Pack your photo bag:
- 1 camera
- 1 wide-angle lens
- 1 remote control
- 1 memory card 32 GB
- 2 batteries
- 1 tripod
- Your good mood 🙂
- 1 rain cover for your digital camera
The long pose:
In photography, the long exposure consists of using a long enough exposure time to capture the fixed elements of a scene sharply while removing moving elements or blurring them. This is accomplished by simply leaving the camera shutter open for several seconds or minutes.
The long pose is a photographic technique that gives an artistic side to his photos. By adapting its speed according to the subject, the idea is to lengthen the exposure time, (1/10 of a second for example) to obtain a blur rather than to freeze the movement(s).
This technique is generally used to maintain motion over all or part of the image.
For example, depicting the runoff from a waterfall, the movement of waves and foam on the sea, the movement of clouds, or obtaining spinning effects on moving lights, such as the movement of cars in the blue hour.
In the illustrations presented here, the long pose smoothes the slight movement of the water, creating a superb mirror effect.
The objective of this photo workshop is to introduce you to or reinforce your knowledge about long exposure.
At the end of this photo workshop you will be able to :
- Framing: make a thoughtful framing, compose on the rule of thirds
- Composing: beyond framing, you will know how to compose your photograph, i.e. to put in your image only what is useful according to you and your sensitivity, for example the subject, the lines that guide the glance and nothing else.
- Use the B pose or Bulb mode of your camera (depending on model)
- Why and in what situation to use a polarizing filter
- Using an ND1000 filter
- Why and how to use a GND filter
- Make a perfect focus or Hyperfocal, and perform a real-time control to avoid unpleasant surprises.
- Understand how exposure time and shutter speed affect moving elements such as clouds and water.