Advocate
Dylan Giannakopoulos
16 Nov

Cityscape Long Exposure Photography Workshop

Melbourne, VIC
Advocate
Dylan Giannakopoulos
Image: Dylan Giannakopoulos, a7R III with 35mm full-frame image sensor
Learn the fundamentals of cityscape long exposure photography

About the event

Join award winning photographer and Sony Digital Imaging Advocate, Dylan Giannakopoulos on a Cityscape Long Exposure Photography Workshop held at William Barak Bridge on Saturday 16th November 2019. 

The use of polarising and neutral density (ND) filters can open you up to a wide range of creative possibilities in your landscape and cityscape photography. Drawing upon the experience that he has gained from capturing landscapes from around the world, Dylan has designed the workshop to teach you all about the creative and technical aspects of long exposure photography. Haida Filters have also kindly provided Dylan with a few of their M10 filter holder kits for participants to use.

At the workshop, you will learn how to:

  • Take creative control over your camera’s shutter speed with ND filters
  • Utilise graduated neutral density (GND) filters to balance the overall exposure of a scene
  • Calculate your shutter speed when using ND filters 
  • Photograph car trails
  • Use long exposure techniques to add compositional elements and guide the viewer’s eye

Strictly limited to 8 attendees, the small group structure of the workshop ensures that Dylan’s able to provide plenty of one on one tuition. 

After the workshop, you will be invited to join a private Facebook group which is strictly limited to past attendees of Dylan Gianna Photography Workshops. The Facebook group offers members a space to share their images, ask questions and learn tips and tricks from Dylan.

Techniques covered

  • Calculating exposure times with ND filters 
  • Filter selection 
  • Capturing car trails 
  • Camera modes
  • Read and use the camera’s histogram 
  • Compositional techniques and rules  

What to bring

  • Camera 
  • Wide angle lens (35mm or wider) 
  • Neutral density (ND) filters 
  • Memory card 
  • Tripod 
  • Remote shutter release   

Event FAQs (For general FAQs, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions page)

Please dress comfortably and appropriately for the weather.
You must bring an interchangeable lens camera with a wide angle lens (35mm or wider), tripod and remote shutter release. If you don’t have your own set of ND filters, there will be a limited number of Haida filter kits available to borrow. However, it's preferable that you bring your own.
Please do not hesitate to contact Dylan via his email - dylangiannaphotography@outlook.com

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Dylan Giannakopoulos

Dylan Giannakopoulos

Motivated by the many beauties of the world, Melbourne based commercial, travel and landscape photographer Dylan Giannakopoulos has set out to capture all that

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Fantastic workshop! Lovely, welcoming and knowledgeable host, allowed plenty of time to cover everything and to ask lots of questions. Learned heaps! ”

Jocelyn Jones, Docklands Sunset Landscape Photography Workshop
Central Park - New York
Evaaliyah

Dylan was very organized. He gave us lots of information. He was very attentive. Coming to everyone and make sure he can answer all our questions. ”

Jenny Shaw, Docklands Sunset Landscape Photography Workshop

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