Local Photographer Sharing Tips And Secrets During Scenic Hamptons Workshop
Attendees can practice their "shutter-bug eye" as they capture the moment at LongHouse. (Photo: Dell Cullum)
"What better place to sharpen your photography skills than at the Longhouse Reserve
?" asked East End photographer and wildlife expert Dell Cullum. "This Saturday I'll be sharing tips and tricks for better picture taking and I'll also be demonstrating my aerial drone cameras, weather permitting. Hope you can join us."
On Saturday, May 16th, Cullum is leading a special trip through and above the East Hampton property. The class will begin with amazing views of LongHouse, most likely ones you've never seen before, courtesy of an aerial photography demonstration with Cullum, using his drone camera.
After taking in the breathtaking views, Dell will lead a walk through of the grounds, so attendees can practice their "shutter-bug eye" as they capture the moment and learn some secrets for good composition, how to best position your camera for sweeping vistas or intimate close-ups, how to shoot in dappled light and full sun. A few of the workshop favorites will even be featured in LongHouse's fall newsletter.
The class will begin with amazing views of LongHouse, most likely ones you've never seen before. (Photo: Dell Cullum)
The workshop is open to photographers of all skill levels.
Stroll, Snap and Soar Workshop with Dell Cullum will take place on Saturday, May 16th from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Admission is $40 for non-members and $30 for members.
LongHouse Reserve is located at 133 Hands Creek Road in East Hampton. For more information, call 631-329-3568 or visit longhouse.org.
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