Outdoor Exposure Photo

Fine art landscape, nature and travel photography by Sean Bagshaw

  • Heart of the Swiss Alps

    Matterhorn

    September 22 - October 2, 2019 with Christian Heeb Just announced!

    Approximate cost- $7,550 (depending on conversion rate to Swiss Franc (CHF) at time of payment)

    More Information and Registration

    Join master landscape photographer Sean Bagshaw on this exploration of the “most beautiful country on earth”. Organized and guided by Regula and Christian Heeb, Swiss born and Oregon based travel photographers, this tour is a once in a lifetime chance to see and photograph Switzerland as few people do.

    You will see stunning Mountain scenery, lakes, peaks and ancient villages and towns. If one of your dreams is to visit and experience a place of magnificent natural beauty, this insiders tour to some of the most spectacular places in the Swiss Alps will be truly fulfilling.

    This will be a one-time tour so don't miss the chance to join Sean and Christian to explore and photograph Switzerland!

     

    Alps

    Switzerland

  • TKActions V5 Quick Tips

    Periodically I am posting short video quick tips for how to use the TKActions V5 Panel on my YouTube channel. You can view the first four quick tips here. Subscribe to my YouTube channel so you can get notified each time I add a new one.



  • The Harmony of Fall in Slovenia and Croatia

    Wow! I came across this wonderful time-lapse photography of Slovenia and Croatia in the autumn by Enrique Pacheco. The timing and conditions for our Oct. 2017 photo tour should be perfect. At this time we have one spot for Slovenia and a couple for Croatia. The tour leaders will be David Cobb, Luka Esenko and myself. Truly a trip of a lifetime. Join us! More information here: http://www.outdoorexposurephoto.com/photoblog/category/photography-workshops/

    The Harmony of Fall from Enrique Pacheco on Vimeo.

  • Exploring Croatia - October 2017

    Plitvice

    $2,975.00

    October 9-15, 2017 (with David Cobb)

    1 spot remaining!

    Guided by renowned Slovenian photographer, Luka Esenko, we will begin in the capitol city of Zagreb to explore its medieval and Austro-Hungarian architecture. Next we will head to the spectacular Plivitce Lakes National Park for fall color and stunning scenery of deep gorges and hundreds of waterfalls running through the lakes district. Next up will be the stunningly beautiful Istrian peninsula where we will photograph the dramatic coastline and ancient cities along the shore—also heading into the nearby wine growing hill country.

    There is a maximum of 13 people for this trip. Full price is $2,975. This includes transportation within Croatia, daily meals, and lodging.

    Click here to register or reserve a spot.

    Want to sign up for both Croatia & Slovenia? Click here. The Combined trip is $5,475

    Rovinj-Pano

     

  • Discover Slovenia - October 2017

    Storybook Land, Lake Bled, Slovenia

    $2,975.00

    This photo tour has filled!

    October 15-21, 2017 (with David Cobb)

    Guided by renowned Slovenian photographer, Luka Esenko, we will begin from the capitol city of Ljubljana before heading to Lake Bled and the Julian Alps to photograph the glaciated lakes, stunning gorges, waterfalls, and the iconic island Church of the Assumption on beautiful Lake Bled. We'll explore Triglav National Park, the Soca River Valley, and some of the high passes of the Julian Alps. The lands are dotted with beautiful and picturesque Baroque churches, which can be fabulous subject matter. The trip will end by circling back to Ljubljana to photograph its old town, hilltop castle, and the bustling marketplace.

    MostnicaThere is a maximum of 13 people for this trip. Full price is $2,975. This includes transportation within Slovenia, daily meals, and lodging.

    Click here to register or reserve a spot.

    Want to sign up for both Croatia & Slovenia? Click here. The combined trip is $5,475

     

     

     

  • Dolomites In Winter 2018

    AboveTheFray1280

    February 5-12, 2018 (8 Days) With Erin Babnik

    $4895

    More Information and Registration Filled. Get on the waiting list.

    This unique trip will take us to a variety of magnificent alpine locations in the Dolomites of northern Italy, complete with seven nights of accommodation with full board, airport transfer, and transportation between locations. Our lodging will be a mixture of hotels and beautifully situated alpine huts that put us as close as possible to the most photogenic locations for winter photography. The final day of the trip we will hold a substantial post-processing seminar in the comfort of a hotel conference room. This will be a rare opportunity to get out of the valleys and into the mountains to photograph some of the most spectacular, craggy, snow-capped peaks anywhere in the world. Participants will have the benefit of a small group of only eight participants and two instructors, allowing you to get all of the help that you need with field technique and post-processing instruction.

    This trip is designed for people with a spirit of adventure who want to experience and photograph some of the more remote locations of the Dolomites. Hiking on this trip will be minimal, and our modes of travel may include gondolas, chairlifts, snowcats, and snowmobiles as necessary to reach our locations. Whether you are just getting started in photography or are already a seasoned pro, we will put you in the right place at the right time and will provide you with whatever guidance you require to get unique winter photographs of the Dolomites for your portfolio.

    Get detailed information and reserve your spot here.

    HeatWave1280 SugarCoated2017 SnowmobileTransfer

  • Social Photography: Road Tripping With Friends


    Check out the video I put together from a recent bout of photo-wandering I did in California with my good buds, Zack and David. Apologies for all dorkiness in advance.

     

     

     

  • Tangerine Dream - Badwater, Death Valley

    Tangerine

    The rain this winter allowed a thin layer of water to pool on the Badwater salt flat in Death Valley National Park. Zack, David and I spent the twilight hour exploring the patterns, reflections and glowing light one evening on our recent road trip. The next day my shoes were completely encased in a crusty rime of salt. For scale, if you look closely you may see another photographer out in the water toward the horizon.

    Canon 5DMK4, 22mm, polarizer, 1 second, f/16, ISO 100. The expanded dynamic range of the 5DMK4 allowed me to capture this scene in a single exposure quite easily. The dynamic range wasn't extreme, but too much to get it all in one exposure with good shadow quality on the 5DMK3.

  • Red Racer - Death Valley National Park

    Red RacerI finally made it out to the Racetrack in Death Valley while road-tripping with the boyz a couple weeks ago. Super clear skies were calling out for a starry night shot. Zack and I spent a chilly hour or two experimenting with different light painting techniques. The one I liked the most was the red "night vision" setting on Zack's headlamp. We selected this particular sailing stone because it had a wonderful S-shaped track. For the land exposure, we set the long exposure timer for 4 minutes, carefully walked the track with the light pointed at the ground, groped our way back to the cameras in complete darkness...and then adjusted our technique and repeated. We had lots of screw ups. For developing I blended one 2-minute natural starlight exposure together with the red, light painted exposure. The starry sky is from a third25-secondd exposure to avoid star-trailing.

    If you aren't familiar with the Racetrack or how the famous "Sailing Stones" move around the playa check out THIS VIDEO.

    Canon 5D4, Rokinon 14mm lens. Natural light exposure: 2 minutes f/5.6, ISO 6400. Light painted exposure: 4 minutes, f/5.6, ISO 1600. Sky exposure: 25 seconds, f/2.8, SIO 6400.

  • Red Velvet - Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica

    Red-Velvet
    Working on some images to submit for a book on Costa Rica gave me a chance to revisit photographs that were forgotten in my archives from several years ago. This image of a moody sunset at Playa Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica apparently fell through the cracks the first time around. I remember the sky that night was ominous and mesmerizing. I took advantage of the darkness to take a 25-second exposure and create the velvety surf.

    Canon 5D3, 24mm, polarizer, F/18, ISO 100. Two exposures, 2.5 seconds and 25 seconds, blended for dynamic range and water texture.

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