Peter Read Miller Sports Photography Workshop | Northern California June

Thu, June 16 2016, 5:00 PM - Sun, June 19 2016, 1:00 PM [PST]

300 Almaden Boulevard , San Jose, CA, 95110 , United States

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Workshop Attendee : Pay in Full PARTIAL APPROVAL - $1,150.00

Registration closes on 06/16/2016

Payment for the workshop in full is accepted. If you need to cancel, full refund is given if cancelation is made 30 days prior to the start of the workshop.

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Thu, June 16 2016, 5:00 PM - Sun, June 19 2016, 1:00 PM [PST]

Hilton San Jose, 300 Almaden Boulevard , San Jose, CA, 95110 , United States.

 Shooting Baseball, Rugby and Sports Portraits in

Northern California

 

Join us for a weekend offering the best of both worlds: the action of photographing a Major league baseball game and a portrait session of athletes. 

  

During this workshop attendees are given access to shoot from the photo positions and the backstop beside home plate during an Oakland A’s game at the O.co coliseum. As an added treat, before the game, A's team photographer Michael Zagaris and acclaimed baseball photographer Bran Mangin will give the class tips of shooting baseball inside the O.co coliseum. 

 

On Saturday June 18 the class will head to Ayala Stadium for a rugby match between the US National Team and Italy.  Students will have will have the opportunity to shoot this exciting, action filled sport from the sideline photo areas.

 

We will also learn how to shape light in difficult spaces, which is critical to creating exceptional images while we photograph athlete portraits.

 

When we are not capturing the action on the field, we will be learning about timing, depth of field, isolating the subject, focus, and composition. Each day Peter will personally critique your work during a group review, so that you leave the workshop with a better understanding of how to turn good images into outstanding ones.

 

What you will learn:

    • Techniques to capture action
    • How to use lighting and different angles for shooting various sports
    • Portrait lighting with strobes
    • How to set-up and use remote cameras
    • The power of cropping & editing images to make them magazine cover worthy
    • How to choose the best lenses for sports photography

 

What to bring:

Please bring your favorite camera, together with any lenses you want to use (both wide angle and telephoto), plenty of charged battery packs, memory cards, a monopod and a laptop computer to download and edit images.

 

Skill level:

An understanding of your camera operations including using manual mode, aperture, shutter speed and ISO.  This workshop is for intermediate and advanced photographers.

 

This workshop is limited to 16 participants to ensure individualized support from Peter and his assistant.

 

Included in the workshop fee:

    • Canon gear loans
    • Access to the O.o coliseum
    • Transportation from our home base hotel to and from the coliseum
    • Location and modeling fees
    • Four days of instruction from Peter

 

Workshop Fee: $1150.00

 

Classroom Location:

Hilton San Jose

300 Almaden Boulevard, San Jose CA 95110 

 

Hotel: A special rate of $129/night at the Hilton San Jose has been negotiated for you. Call the front desk and mention "Peter Read Miller Sports Photography Workshop to obtain a room in our group block at the discounted rate, 408-287-2100. 

Cancellation policy

A refundable deposit is required to hold a place in the workshop.

Full tuition is due thirty (30) days before the workshop is scheduled to begin and is non-refundable after that date.

In the event of cancellation of the workshop all deposits and tuitions will be refunded or credited towards a future workshop.

Peter Read Miller

http://www.peterreadmiller.com

Peter Read Miller has been photographing athletes, events and the sporting life for more than 40 years. He has worked as a staff and contract photographer for Sports Illustrated for more than 35 years and his images have appeared on over 100 Sports Illustrated covers. His editorial clients have included: Time, Life, People, Money, Playboy, Runner’s World, Newsweek, USA Weekend and The New York Times. In addition to covering nine Olympic Games and 38 Super Bowls, Peter has shot 14 NBA Finals. He has covered the Stanley Cup Finals, the World Series, the Kentucky Derby, the NCAA Basketball Final Four, and the Men’s and Women’s World Cup Soccer Finals. Peter teaches yearly sports photography workshops every spring in Denver, CO and fall in Atlanta, GA. He has also taught at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops and The Rocky Mountain School of Photography. Peter has spoken at the Los Angeles Chapter of the Advertising Photographers of America, Photoshop World, Imaging USA, CES and PDN’s Photo Plus East. He has also lectured at numerous colleges, universities and professional photographic organizations. He and his work has been the subject of articles in Photo District News, American Photographer, Digital Photo Pro, Rangefinder Magazine and Shutterbug. He has been featured on numerous photography and technology websites including: Wired.com, USA Today.com, Photo.net and PetaPixel.

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