Supply List for Natural Impressions: Interpreting the Summer Landscape
Camera body, batteries, chargers and memory cards
Combinations in the16-300 mm range(s). We’ll be photographing landscapes, details in the landscape, wildlife (in the AZ Desert Museum).
A macro lens or something that provides you with close-up capability. It’s not a requirement to have gear that goes to life-size, but something that gets you in close for cactus blossoms and other flowers, and close-up details.
Remote release or some way (smartphone) to trigger your camera’s shutter without touching the camera (for night photos particularly)
(optional) Neutral density filters for doing very long exposures – a Singh-Ray MorSlo 10 or 15 stop is a great choice, and you get a 10% discount 30 days before or after the workshop by using the code Brenda10 at checkout or when you call in the order to them.
A diffusion disc – a circular disc that unfold like your car shades untwist, made with diffusion material – I would recommend a at least something in the 32” diameter. These are necessary when working under full sun conditions to give you the option of some diffused, softer light for details and close-ups. I can’t live without mine – but I only have 1 or 2 I’ll be bringing.
Laptop to download images and editing software – Photoshop, Elements or Lightroom preferred
If you have any questions about equipment, please email Brenda at firstname.lastname@example.org.