Outdoor Exposure Photo

  • Seattle By Night

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    Saturday, August 3rd, 2013

    Presented by the Cascade Center of Photography

    Price: $125

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    Join photographers Sean Bagshaw and David Cobb as we photograph nocturnal Seattle, Washington. The program will begin with a 4pm lecture and no-host dinner. The presentation will include discussion of camera techniques and developing tips for night cityscape photography. After a break, we'll return to our first meeting spot to photograph the Seattle skyline. Then we'll walk the streets of the city for an evening of night photography and hands-on instruction, as we photograph varied architecture, fountains, highways, and a myriad of reflections in the Emerald City.

    Digital SLR, tripod, and cable release are required.

    Seattle and Portland by Night combined available for discounted rate of $200

  • South-Central Oregon Coast (With David Cobb)

    0244791-printThis workshop has filled. Contact David Cobb at the link below to be added to the waiting list.

    When: September 20-23, 2013

    Where: Coos Bay/North Bend, Oregon

    Price: $375

    This workshop is part of David Cobb's Best of the Northwest workshop series.

    Information and Registration

    David Cobb and I will be your guides and instuctors for while exploring the spectacular south-central Oregon coast. Based in Coos Bay/North Bend this workshop will focus on photographing dramatic cliffs, waterfalls, sand dunes, crashing waves, and also tidepools. In addition to the shooting on locations in the field there will also be classroom sessions and image reviews.

  • Night Sky Photography Workshop

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    September 28 and 29, 2013

    Presented by the Cascade Center of Photography

    Where: Bend, Oregon

    Price: $230

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    Join Sean Bagshaw for an exciting clinic in the art of photographing at night. This workshop will begin with an afternoon classroom session on camera techniques for night landscape photography followed by a night time field session. The next day the class will meet back at the Cascade Center of Photography where Sean will teach some of his favorite techniques for digitally developing night images.

    Topics and techniques that will be covered in the workshop include:

    • Choosing the right location and time for a night shoot.
    • Night photography equipment including best cameras for night photography.
    • Camera techniques and settings.
    • Fixed star field photography and star trails.
    • Combining multiple exposures for capturing landscape detail with the starry sky.
    • Techniques for developing night images using Lightroom, Camera Raw and Photoshop CS.
  • Deep Imnaha

    Deep Imnaha by Sean Bagshaw
    Deep Imnaha, a photo by Sean Bagshaw on Flickr.

    The Imnaha River runs through a wild and rugged canyon in Oregon's Hell's Canyon country. I was absolutely taken by it's beauty. Hard to believe such a place is hiding in a corner of Oregon. It's a world apart from the popular Wallowa Lake area just 30 miles away.
    5D Mark III, Polarizer, Handheld, 1/40 second @ f/16, ISO 200.

  • Sunrise Balloon Ride, Cappadocia, Turkey

    Hot air ballooning over the Cappadocia region of central Turkey at sunrise is a life experience. It's an amazing place, geologically and historically. Give it a Google if you'd like to find out more. If you've never photographed from a balloon before it is quite a challenge. Everything is in motion so you have no control over the scene you will see and when something nice does line up it is gone within seconds.

    Canon 5D III, 24-105mm lens @ 28mm, polarizer, 1/40 second @ f/13, ISO 400

  • 2012 International Conservation Photography Awards

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    June 30 - November 25, 2012

    My image, Dune Lines, has been selected for the 2012 International Conservation Photography Awards in the Landscape Category. This is the 4th year that I have had an image honored with a selection.

    The Burke Museum will once again exhibit the winners of the International Conservation Photography Awards, a biennial juried competition founded by acclaimed local nature photographer, Art Wolfe. See 75 award-wining photographs from across the globe. Capturing beautiful moments in the natural world, the photos connect us to tiny creatures and enormous environmental changes - and inspire, educate, and encourage us all to consider our impact on the world's natural resources.

  • Bohemia Gallery Photography Showcase

    Photography Showcase
    June 2012

    In this day and age when everyone with a digital camera or smartphone considers themselves a “photographer” the ability to capture a quality photographic image is still a complex and magical process. This month we present five distinctly different takes on contemporary photography. Featured images run the gamut from film captures to digital composites and everything in between.

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    During the month of June Sean will have several pieces on display at Bohemia Gallery in Ashland, Oregon as part of a group photography showcase. Other featured photographers include David Lorenz Winstion, Ann-Britt Malden, Peter Stanley and Zach Ehlert.

    "In this day and age when everyone owns a digital camera the ability to capture a quality photographic image is still a complex and magical process. This month we present five distinctly different takes on contemporary photography. Featured images run the gamut from film captures to digital composites and everything in between."

     
     
    Come out for the First Friday Artwalk on June 1 from 5 to 8 pm or visit Bohemia Gallery anytime during the month of June.

    Bohemia Framing & Fine Art Gallery 552 A Street | Ashland, Oregon 97520 | 541-488-5227

  • Water, Stone and Sky

    Water, Stone and Sky by Sean Bagshaw
    Water, Stone and Sky, a photo by Sean Bagshaw on Flickr.

    A brilliant sunrise at the classic Bonsai Rock at Lake Tahoe from a couple years ago. David Cobb and I were headed to Zion National park when the Millenium Falcon broke down in Reno. We were stranded for a couple days, but if you are going to be stranded, the eastern Sierra is as good as it gets. We rented a car and made good use of our time shooting at Lake Tahoe, Mono Lake and Bode Ghost Town. The light we had on this morning just about made me forget the $1500 repair bill. One the VW was fixed we were back on the road and had an epic time is Zion as well.

  • Stevens Pass (with David Cobb)

    1343395-20101023-EditThis workshop has filled. Contact David Cobb at the link below to be added to the waiting list.

    When: October 25-28, 2013

    Where: Leavenworth, Washington

    Price: $375

    This workshop is part of David Cobb's Best of the Northwest workshop series.

    Information and Registration

    Join us for a great weekend of photography in the heart of the Washington Cascade Range during the fall color season. Based in the Bavarian styled town of Leavenworth, this workshop will focus on mountain landscapes, lakes, rivers, forests and speactacular fall color as well as Octoberfest activities in town. In addition to shooting on location in the field there will also be classroom sessions and image reviews.

  • Waiting For The Night Train

    I took this image on our urban night workshop in Portland last weekend during the super full moon. There was a lot of challenging light going on in this scene. I used layer masking techniques to combine five different exposures for the main scene in order to contain the high dynamic range. The moon was brought in from a 6th exposure. Using more than one exposure is the only way to get a properly exposed image of the moon within the landscape at night. The lighted side of the moon is always a daylight exposure because that's what it is...sun shining on dirt and rock.

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