When the sun is low on the horizon it travels through more atmosphere, the distance the light travels to reach the Earth is longer, and there is more water vapor that scatters the rays of the sun. This is the cause of sunsets, and it warms different hues, minimizes contrast, elongates shadows, and keeps highlights from becoming too overexposed. It’s an ultimate time to photograph – the golden hour!
Photography is all about the quality of light. Michael S. Miller will guide you on this creative journey in learning the techniques necessary to capture beautiful images during the golden hour of evening light.
This is a creative workshop designed for photographers with a working knowledge of their mirrorless or digital SLR camera operations. A tripod is required and remote shutter release is recommended.