The workshop will start off by explaining what infrared photography is and running through the theory of capturing infrared images using both IR converted and non-converted cameras using screw on filters (which is the most common approach for photographers just getting into this genre).
Following this there will be the opportunity to practice in a nearby vineyard, before moving to a riverside location to capture images. This will allow students to capture images, which they will then be shown how to process upon returning to the studio.
During the workshop tea/coffee and biscuits will be supplied and a light lunch will also be provided.
What will be covered:
- What is infrared photography
- The difference between using converted cameras and filters
- What are the different filters that can be used
- How to set the correct white balance in both camera and software using camera specific
- How to set a white balance profile, if the white balance was left on ‘auto’
- How to capture infrared images and process them post capture
- DSLR / Mirrorless camera (contact us for confirmation)
- 720nm Infrared filter if you have them, otherwise loan filters for the workshop can be
- Sufficient batteries and memory cards
Note: We do loan filters for the duration of the workshop
- We will send all delegates help guides and videos to assist in editing their images after the
- Each Student may have one image printed at up to A3 to take away
Start time and where to meet:
The workshops will start and 9.30am and finish at 5pm.
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Before The Workshop
If you have booked workshops, you will receive an email in respect to help guides, directions and equipment you will be using. This will normally be sent out a week before the workshop and will be from Cameracal Training. You will, therefore, need to check both your in boxes and Junk/Spam folder. If you have not received it two days before the workshop then please do contact us on Training@cameracal.uk so we can resend details.If you have any queries please contact us on: 01798 306599 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org