Workshops

You are welcome to invite a photographer friend with a camera.

By participating in Workshops and/or Field Trips sponsored by Treasure Coast Photography Center, Inc., all participants grant TCPC, Inc. permission to use images taken at said event for archival purposes, publicity, website, or for promotional publications. Artist maintains copyright of the image.

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Workshops coming soon look for January

About Our Workshops

TCPC is always looking to host or facilitate workshops that allow you to grow in your photography skills and have an opportunity to learn from others that have similar experience. 

We will bring in guest models or instructors to help expand your capabilities. As always we are here to help and support you in your photography goals any way we can.

Past Workshops

Remember the theme for December is:

Photographing Light Displays

Have you ever noticed when you make a picture of a LED light displays with a fast-ish shutter speed that many of the lights appear to be dark and the picture has half as many lights as when you look at it live in person. The our power coming out of our socket is 50 to 60 megahertz and are cycling on and off 50 or 60 times a second and your camera is recording those times when some of the lights are out.

The trick to photographing LED lights is shooting at 1/60th of a second, that gives pretty good results, but the lights look even more equalized if I shoot a bit slower, like 1/30th of a second. At a little slower speed, the lights all turn on at least once and burn a little brighter in the picture.