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We’ve all seen gorgeous landscape shots – sprawling green hills and blue skies, glossy waves swallowing up glowing red sunsets, towering mountains and lush forest oases – but just what goes into capturing these scenes for yourself? Even still, is there a way to distinguish your own landscapes from those of others and bring a totally new creative approach to presenting them?

Creating successful landscape images of your own requires photographic knowledge as well as an understanding of creative technique, both of which you will be able to tap into when you enroll in the “Landscape, Beyond the Postcard” workshop led by pro photographer and National Geographic contributor Raul Touzon November 11-13 at Lumoid HQ: 375 Potrero Ave Suite 1 San Francisco, CA.

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Canyon from Sunset Point

In this workshop, you will learn to master light, flash, filters and movement in order to flourish in your creative process of crafting landscapes. You will also explore a simple way to plan, shoot and produce stunning panorama images in addition to learning the basics of astrophotography and light painting, both great skills to have under your belt as a photographer.

Don’t miss your chance to get hands-on professional photography instruction – enroll ASAP!

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Workshop includes: Two landscape shoots, one every afternoon, and additional lectures on macro and night photography

Cost: $395 per person


  • Friday, November 11
    • 7 pm to 10 pm – Lecture #1: The Creative Process, Special Techniques (Movement/Flash/Filters)
  • Saturday, November 12
    • 9 am – 12 pm – Lecture #2: Night Photography Basics, Moon as the Subject/Moon as a Light Source, Light Painting, Astro Photography, Post-Processing, Lunch break
    • 1 pm to 3 pm – Lecture #3: Panoramas: How to Take (Vertical/Horizontal/Flash), Panoramas: How to Process (Photoshop/AutoPano)
    • 4 pm to 9 pm – Shoot #1: Sunset/Moon/Light Painting (Marin Headlands)
  • Sunday, November 13
    • 4:30 am: Depart for Muir Woods morning shoot
    • 6:00 am – 9:00am: Shoot #2
    • 10:30 am: Back in classroom
    • 10:30 am – 12:30 pm: Time to download/process images, Lunch
    • 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm: Critique of classwork
    • 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm: Q&A/Closing remarks

Suggested gear:

  • Small but steady tripod
  • Wide angle lens: a zoom lens between 12-24mm or prime wide angle lens either 20mm or 24mm
  • Telephoto lens 200mm or more
  • At least two camera batteries
  • At least two 32GB SD cards
  • ND .9 Neutral Density Filter either circular or square (Cokin Z)
  • ND 8 Split Neutral Density Filter, square (Cokin Z)
  • Remote flash either wireless or with cord
  • Two sets of rechargeable batteries for the flash
  • Laptop computer with sufficient RAM memory (8GB) at the least
  • Photoshop
  • Nice to have: Split rectangular color filters (sunset/coral or others) 4×6

Suggested attire:

  • Cargo pants (long)
  • Hiking boots
  • Wind breaker/jacket
  • Sunglasses, hat and water bottle
  • Sun block/bug repellent
  • Flashlight and/or headlight

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To see more of Raul’s work go to: His website and Facebook

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