St George Photo workshop

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UTAH BIKE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP
Steve Lloyd Photography
October 25-27, 2013

Utah’s acclaimed action sports photographer, Steve Lloyd, announces his first annual St. George, Utah Bike Photography Workshop.

This outdoor workshop conducted by Steve will help you create solid biking photos. steven lloyd photography – Salt Lake City – Photographer | Facebook

All skill levels are invited to attend. A camera, basic knowledge of digital cameras and a mountain bike are required. Athletes will be provided for the photo sessions. Arrange for your own lodging and food.

Sponsored by Clik Elite | Adventure Camera Backpacks, Photo Bags, and SLR Cases

More about Steve:

website: Steve Lloyd Photo

Workshop Itinerary:

Friday, October 25th.

Arrive promptly at 3:00 PM at The Clik Elite Bldg. in St George

3884 S. River Rd Bldg B St George, Utah

Sunset Shoot

                        Introductory Instruction

                        Sunset shoot

                        Image review/ critique session with projector and screen (time permitting).

Saturday, October 26th.

 Sunrise Shoot

  Breakfast

 Mid- to Late-Morning: Meet and go over photos from shooting sessions, composition and lighting discussion

Lunch and Break

 Sunset  shoot

 Meet back at Clik Elite for Image review/critique session with projector and screen

Sunday, October 27th.

 Sunrise Shoot

Clik Elite for instruction & critique

Sunset shoot (optional for those who want to stay late)

Details and What to Bring:

Mountain Bike:

There could be unpredictable changes in weather. As photographers, it is crucial to be prepared with the right apparel and equipment. We will shoot rain or shine during this workshop, and ask you to have the necessary gear that will allow you to shoot in any of the adverse weather conditions that may occur.

Shooting locations are dependent on the weather. Be prepared with the appropriate clothing and gear and understand that there will be moderate to difficult biking for short periods of time depending on the location.

Food:

Meals will be optional as a group or on your own. Due to our early starts in the morning, we recommend stocking up on breakfast foods like fruit, cheese, and energy bars that can be eaten in the car or on the trail. Our sunrise shoots don’t really allow much time for breakfast if it’s not on the go! Additionally, we recommend stocking up on snacks such as beef jerky, trail mix, nuts, cheese, energy bars, water, etc.

Recommended Clothing:

•            Appropriate bike clothing

•            Insulating layers (fleece, synthetic insulation, wool)

•            Insulated coat/jacket (preferably with a waterproof finish

•            Waterproof Rain Jacket

•            Bike gloves

•            Hat

•            Headlamp (mandatory)

•            Water bottle (mandatory)

•            Sturdy photo backpack (mandatory)

Recommended Camera Equipment:

•            Digital SLR (mandatory), can also bring film if desired

•            Wide angle lens (ex. 17-40mm)

•            Telephoto lens (ex. 70-200mm)

•            Additional lenses

•            At least 8-12 GB in memory cards

•            Laptop for image storage and review

•            Portable media device for image storage and review

•            Extra batteries

•            Clik Elite Packs will be available for purchase at a discounted rate

Purchase the weekend shoot: $500.00

Lodging, food and transportation NOT ncluded. To reserve your place, contact Steve 801-541-0360, email http://www.steve@stevelloydphoto.com

Payment must be made in full. Cancellation fee is $50.

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