Friday, November 27th, 6:30-9:30am • Salisbury, MA
Featuring Intentional Camera Movement and other techniques and processes to create artistic beach abstracts and more
Recommended prerequisite: We strongly recommend you have a solid understanding of your camera. This isn’t only for advanced photographers, but it’s really not meant for absolute beginners
All Skill Levels Welcome
Instructor: Don Toothaker
Class Size: Maximum 8 attendees
Join Hunt’s Photo Education for a workshop that will emphasize creating art and abstracts at the Salisbury Beach Reservation. This is an excellent opportunity to try something different. However, we strongly recommend you have a solid understanding of your camera. This isn’t only for advanced photographers, but it’s really not meant for beginners.
The ocean is an ever changing stage for creativity. Sunrise, the surf, and the beach provide ample opportunities for creating interesting and abstract images. We will begin the morning working on Intentional Camera Movement (ICM) to create painterly images of the sea. Slower shutter speeds and moving the camera during the exposure will render the sand, surf, sea, and sky in a very creative, dramatic fashion. The results can be stunning. We will then move on to exploring the many and varied still life scenes etched or left in the sand by the tide. This promises to be a unique and creative day!
A Guideline for Photo Walks during the era of COVID-19
Hunt’s Photo Education remains dedicated to the health and safety of every single attendee, student, and customer, first and foremost. We also are committed to the best possible learning experience. We have put forth rules and guidelines for Photo Walks that occur during the era of COVID.
•We will have no more than 6-8 attendees per Photo Walk with a single instructor
•We ask that all attendees wear a mask. (Please make sure the mask covers your mouth and nose.)
•We ask that all attendees socially distance 6 feet from one another, unless you are attending with the other person
•Hunt’s Photo Educators will be unable to physically handle others’ cameras
•Consider bringing sanitizing wipes and hand sanitizer
•If you are sick or feeling unwell, stay home! We will gladly give you credit towards a future walk!
These guidelines will stay in place until further notice. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are attending this walk, we will send out more specific instructions to you a few days prior to the walk. Please note: Some slight details above can be subject to change. This email will detail any of those minor changes.
Please read Hunt’s Terms & Conditions before signing up.
Dress and Gear
•Make sure to dress accordingly with the most current weather report.
•Consider bringing wide angle, standard zoom, and telephoto zoom lenses. 24-70 and 70-200 are good ranges
•A prime lens (or a macro) may also suit you well.
•Make sure to bring your tripod with a quick release plate and a shutter release, if you have one.
•Neutral Density Filters (ND) and Circular Polarizing filters (CPL) will be great to have on hand
•You may bring a reflector or diffuser, if you’d like
•Since we may be working very close to the ground, you should bring something to kneel on
•Feel free to bring snacks and water, and a flashlight will likely help as well.
•Bring an extra camera battery and memory cards.
•As always, bring your enthusiasm and creative thoughts!