With Digital photography we have seen new kinds of "alternative" photographic processes emerge, broadening our vision beyond the confines of traditional photography. Whether it is expanding the dynamic range of an image, the focus range for macro photography, capturing time and motion, or even expanding the resolution of our cameras to produce stunning large photographs, these processes can greatly enhance our creative vision.
In this hands on workshop students work both in the field and in the classroom to experiment with the following techniques: HDR (realistic as well as artistic), time lapse, stitched panoramas, astrophotography, focus stacking, and light painting.
Students are required to have a desire to learn to see the world differently, a digital SLR and basic computer skills. Some of the techniques require specific software packages, but all of these offer trial versions so that everyone can experiment.