Sat, 12pm - 6pm
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This event is lead by Sony Artisan of Imagery Thibault Roland and consists in two parts: a lecture in Glazer's classroom and a small workshop in the field.
During the presentation you will learn the theory of long exposure in the context of fine art photography. Roland will use some of his work as an example, demonstrate the technique live and describe the equipment needed and main steps to obtain unique and amazing images through long exposure.
You can use your own camera or enjoy this opportunity to try a camera from the Sony mirroless line up. Sony will provide some of the latest and most exciting cameras and lenses recently released for the afternoon workshop.
You will have the opportunity to apply the long exposure techniques described, in the field in the second half of the day. Sean from Sony will be here to support the event and help you get more familiar with the mirrorless system.
What to Bring
Camera (will bulb mode capability necessary)
Lens (Wide Angle recommended)
Memory card (bring extra if you want to try a Sony camera)
Shutter Release Cable
Step up ring to use filter on multiple lenses
ND Filter* (13 Stop Recommended)
*If you don't already own a ND Filter, the team at Glazer's can help provide a discount on a ND filter to suit this style photography and your needs in general. After you register, someone from the Glazer's team will follow up with you regarding this.
About Thibault Roland
Born in France, Thibault Roland is a black and white fine art photographer specializing in long exposure architecture, minimalism and seascapes.
He grew up with a love of science, eventually obtaining his PhD in Physics in 2009. His scientific research brought him to work in the United States as a researcher and engineer.
Previously an instructor at the New England School of Photography, Thibault teaches workshops and he is backed by Sony through their Artisans of Imagery and Global Imaging Ambassadors programs. His fine art photographs have been shown, published and awarded internationally and are included in public and private collections such as the Boston Athenaeum.
Thibault currently lives in Portland, OR.
Tagged in: Weekend
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