Online registration for this program has closed. To check availability or if you would like further information, please call 505-983-1400 ext. 111.
Have you ever tried to photograph a sky that is breathtakingly stunning but simply won't translate into a single image? What if you could capture the movement in the clouds and share the magnificence you see in the landscape? Welcome to the amazing world of time-lapse photography, which allows you to do exactly that.
Our first session introduces us to each other and to the tools that help create time-lapses images. (This workshop is open to all skill levels and to anyone with a camera that can take photos at intervals, a GoPro, or an intervalometer.) Mark Kettenhofen goes in-depth with his own experience photographing stunning landscapes and shares the necessary instruction for you to go out and create your own.
Then we move inside, where Kristi Odom talks about her successes and failures crafting time-lapse images of flowers and mushrooms, while guiding you through the process of making images at home. We also dig into some creative techniques for post-processing, like image-stacking and using reflections and duplications.
Whether you're capturing a blossom as it dances open or having fun with fungi, this new skill puts a “wow” into your visual art. As you spend time with Mark and Kristi, you discover that when to comes to time-lapse photography, the sky is not just the beginning but also the limit!
View a time-lapse video by Kristi and Mark below:
This workshop is open to all skill levels and to anyone with a camera that can take photos at intervals, a GoPro, or an intervalometer.
Participants must be able to download and select images using image editing software for class sessions.
Class will meet 9:30-11:30 am (Mountain Time) on Saturdays starting March 26 and ending April 16 (four online group sessions). Enrollment is limited to 14 participants.
Zoom Video Conferencing software (available for no charge from Zoom.com) will be used to facilitate the class sessions. Further details will be emailed to registrants.
Santa Fe Workshops always aims to produce a high-quality experience for our online attendees. That said, variables including regional and local internet provider speeds, traffic on Zoom's servers, and your own computing hardware can contribute to a less than ideal streaming event. While we do our best to minimize the impact of these variables, they are outside the control of Santa Fe Workshops.
For the convenience of participants, recordings of each class session are posted privately for two weeks after the end of each session. Santa Fe Workshops takes the recordings down after two weeks to protect the intellectual property of our instructors.
Kristi Odom is an internationally acclaimed photographer, Nikon Ambassador associate fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers, and motivational speaker. Her work focuses on connecting people emotionally to animals and the natural world; it has been published in print and online by National Geographic, Forbes, Rolling Stone, Outside Magazine, Nikon, and Microsoft. Kristi teaches photographers to improve their work through advanced camera skills and creating an emotional connection with their subjects. She has received more than 60 accolades from organizations around the world, including two from Nature’s Best Photography, which exhibited her images at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History.
Mark Kettenhofen’s work spans across decades and genres. He has been behind his camera covering war in Iraq, to spending weeks the jungles of the Amazon River basin for NGOs. His efforts and talent were recognized through numerous awards, including being awarded the prestigious Military Photographer of the Year.
After retiring from the Navy, Mark spent 21-years working for Nikon Professional Services, as a senior staff photographer where he produced several award-winning UHD time-lapse movies highlighting the D850 and Z7. Mark is the co-author of America from 500-feet II, a photographic study of the United States using experimental aircraft with legendary landscape photographer, Bill Fortney.
Mark’s passion for photography is only eclipsed by teaching, mentoring, and sharing the magic of photography with others. This has allowed Mark to be a workshop leader for Defense Information School, Nikon School, Eddie Adams Workshop, Arizona Highways Magazine, US DOD Military Workshops, National Geographic’s Lindblad Expeditions, and now Santa Fe Workshops.
This workshop is currently full. Use this form to sign up for the waitlist, and SFW will reach out if a seat becomes available.