Timelapse Moab: Dark Sky Workshop

April 19, 2013 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Events | 0 Comments |
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TimelapseWorkshops.com has announced that early bird registration is now open for “Timelapse Moab” an intimate 4-day dark sky time-lapse workshop taking place in Southern Utah’s Arches National Park. Moab, Utah is home to Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park and is located just 90 minutes from Grand Junction, CO or a four hour drive from Salt Lake City. Workshop instructor Ron Risman chose this location due to the incredible red-rock landscape, dry desert weather, and extremely dark skies. The dates of this workshop (3-6 October 2013) also correspond to the new moon, allowing participants the ability to capture stunning Milky Way time-lapses using their digital SLR and an external intervalometer. Early bird registration is open through 31st May. The workshop is being offered at $1295 until that date, $1495 afterwards, and is open to a maximum of 12 students. Flights, lodging and meals are not included.

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TimelapseWorkshops.com Announces "Timelapse Moab: Dark Sky Workshop"

On-Location Time-lapse Workshop in Arches National Park

Boston, MA -- April 12, 2013 -- TimelapseWorkshops.com announces that early bird registration is now open for “Timelapse Moab” an intimate 4-day dark sky time-lapse workshop taking place in Southern Utah’s Arches National Park from October 3-6th, 2013.   Timelapse Moab is one of the first workshops in the U.S. to focus on teaching the skills needed to capture the night sky - in motion and is open to photographers and cinematographers of all skill levels.

Moab, Utah is home to Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park and is located just 90 minutes from Grand Junction, CO or a four hour drive from Salt Lake City. Workshop instructor Ron Risman chose this location due to the incredible red-rock landscape, dry desert weather, and extremely dark skies. The dates of this workshop also correspond to the new moon, allowing participants the ability to capture stunning Milky Way time-lapses using their digital SLR and an external intervalometer.

Those attending Timelapse Moab will learn:
How to eliminate flicker in your time-lapses
How to set up your dSLR to shoot time-lapses
How to location scout before arriving to a given destination
Why and when to “drag the shutter”  when capturing time-lapses
How to choose aperture, interval, ISO, and exposure for your time-lapse
How to use motion-control dollies & heads to take your time-lapses to the next level
The effects that interval & exposure have on the overall feel and pacing
Post Production: JPEG & RAW Workflow techniques using a variety of software
And more.

Early Registration Now Through May 31, 2013
Early bird registration is now open for Timelapse Moab. This 4-day dark sky time-lapse workshop is being offered at $1295 until May 31st, $1495 after May 31st and is open to a maximum of 12 students. Flights, lodging and meals not included.

Sign up today at http://www.timelapseworkshops.com

About Timelapse Workshops
TimelapseWorkshops.com was founded by time-lapse specialist and instructor Ron Risman.  Ron is also the owner of Cinematic Stories, an award-winning commercial and event production company. Cinematic Stories also focuses on the capture of time-lapse footage for the construction, television, and film industry.  In the past couple of years has produced time-lapses for FOX CT News, WFTV-9 Orlando, Liberty Mutual, Restoration Hardware, Berklee College, and recently provided time-lapse sequences for the upcoming HBO Documentary “The Crash Reel” airing in July.  Cinematic Stories was also a recipient of 2011 and 2012 WEVA Creative Excellence Awards in the Corporate Production category. Ron is also the founder and editor of Cameratown.com, an information-only website for photography & cinematography enthusiasts.



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