Join Custom Photo Images for a special photography workshop and shoot with the latest Hasselblad H6D-50c camera.
Hasselblad Photography Workshop
Great Smoky Mountains
Tennessee / North Carolina
October 23-29, 2016
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the perfect place to photograph the vibrant colors of Autumn. The rich red, bright gold, deep purple and lush green leaves of the more than 100 native tree species in the park create a vast color palette for incredibly spectacular photographs. In addition to the beautiful fall foliage we will explore and capture the breathtaking ethereal bluehazed mountains, ridges and valley landscape the Cherokees once called the “land of blue mist”.
This workshop is led by Peter Lorber, a master panoramic photographer, and Courtenay Gilbert, a professional photographer, post production specialist. They will work with you to expand and improve your photography skills. You will have the opportunity to shoot with the latest Hasselblad H6D-50C medium format digital camera and a variety of Hasselblad lenses and accessories. Both Peter and Courtenay are Hasselblad trained professionals and have been training top photographers for over ten years.
They will also show you how to create technically perfect and artistically stunning panoramic images using various panoramic VR drives from manual heads to the top of the line Seitz Roundshot motorized VR drive. You will learn how to stitch your panoramas using professional stitching programs such as PTgui and, finally, how to optimize your images in Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop.
For complete workshop details please visit: Great Smoky Mountains Workshop