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April 2, 2009

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum One Day Workshop Finished & Harper’s Ferry HDR Workshop Listing

by josephrossbachphoto
I lead one of our many One Day HDR Workshops at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum today. I had a really great group of 10 photographers and the rain held off all morning allowing us to shoot the many scenes on the grounds of this awesome outdoor/indoor museum. The many skip jacks, old wooden structures, the Thomas Point Light and many other interesting maritime artifacts kept us busy shooting all morning. I only had a chance to pull off a few shots as examples for the post processing segment of the workshop which was held at the Tidewater Inn in historic Easton, MD. Here are a two images I processed today for the group. Both are 7 frames at 1ev tonemapped in Photomatix HDR and finished off in Adobe Photoshop CS4.
Old Boats

Old Boats

Old Boat Home

Old Boat Home

Next HDR Workshop is on June 13th in Historic Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia. Field instruction, guiding, classroom and lunch are included in the cost of this workshop.

  • Sunrise until 10am – Field Session in the Historic District
  • 11am until 12:30pm – Lunch (restaurant to be determined)
  • 1:15pm until 5pm – Classroom session/ Photomatix Tonemapping and layers adjustments in Photoshop & post processing in Adobe Lightroom
  • 6:30pm until sunset – Location shoot in Harper’s Ferry Historic District

Click hereto register and pay for this workshop. Limited to 8 participants. Only 4 spaces left and this workshop will fill up fast!

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