In this advanced workshop, participants will work with local photographer Brennen Nicole to learn long exposure photography techniques using digital SLR cameras. This workshop will cover topics including:
- the exposure triangle
- how to shoot and focus in low light
- wide angle distortion tricks
- Brennen will also introduce participants to advanced Photoshop compositing for those who want to elevate their editing.
Participants will need to bring their own DSLR or mirrorless camera, lens and tripod. The library can supply a few cameras on a first-come-first-served basis.
About the presenter
Brennen was born on Earth Day and raised in Northwest Arkansas, graduating from Farmington High School in 2003. She then attended UCA for Graphic Design and Photography with a minor in marketing. Once Brennen graduated in 2008 she began working in the construction industry. After almost 2 decades of being in high paced environments, she decided to pursue her passion of photography and mix it with her love for the outdoors. She has had the privilege of visiting some of the most breathtaking locations and through her photographs, she aims to inspire others to appreciate and conserve the natural wonders that surround us. She also believes that education and hands-on learning experiences are invaluable in nurturing creativity and enhancing technical skills, which is why she has dedicated herself to teaching photo workshops. She also recently became an Ambassador in 2021 for Arkansas Tourism and loves showing off what our state has to offer. Besides exploring Arkansas, she enjoys exploring hidden nooks and crannies of our diverse country while documenting the night skies along the way as well.
All abilities are welcome. For disability accommodations, call 479.856.7050 or email email@example.com 2-3 weekdays before a program.