At night, the World War II Memorial is alive with illuminated dancing water in the huge fountains that dominate the memorial, creating a magical wonderland!
Sunset & Timelapse Neutral Density Photography in Georgetown
Use Polarizing and Neutral Density Filters to Capture Sunsets & Timelapse Images
We are going to learn how to make a timelapse or hyperlapse with our cameras during a sunset at Georgetown Waterfront. Timelapses or hyperlapses are sequences of images that together create a video.
During the 2 hours that we will be there, we will also be able to take beautiful images of the sunset using a polarized (PL) or a neutral density (ND) filter.
This is a great opportunity to learn and practice the techniques of photography using filters. A polarized or neutral density (ND) filter is the perfect tool for creating amazing long exposure images by day or by night.
What to bring to this workshop?
- 2 tripods: one for the camera and one for the phone. Plus a phone holder for one of the tripod mounts.
- Filters: Polarizing (PL) filter and one Neutral Density (ND) filter – ND8 or ND10 strength/darkness.
Another great class with Alain on Friday night. Being largely self-taught in photography, I have come to appreciate formal instruction late in life. Enjoyed learning a bit about time lapses
P. West, Davidsonville, MD.
- Extra memory cards
- Extra charged battery
- Polarizing, Neutral Density filters, remote release
- Weather appropriate clothing
Georgetown Waterfront Park Labyrinth
(There is street parking around as well parking garage here: 1010 Water St NW, Washington, DC
Alain Gutierrez is a professional photographer, photojournalist, food blogger, and creator of Thru Alain’s Eyes, LLC, <http://www.thrucubaneyes.com/> a photo tour company based in Bethesda, Maryland. He earned a degree in journalism from the University of Havana and worked as a photojournalist for nearly 20 years in Havana. He photographed many social and cultural events of significance, such as the opening of the United States Embassy, President Barack Obama’s arrival, and Pope Francis’s visit.
Since moving to the U.S., he has led several photo tours for Washington Photo Safari in Cuba. He also recently worked as an Adjunct Professor at American University, teaching introductory digital photography. Currently, he works as a freelance photographer, collaborating with digital media and marketing consultants on designing and providing images for online platforms and websites for Sandy Springs Summer Camp and Trinity School in Ellicott City.
In his short time living in America, Alain has had the opportunity to photograph the Christmas Revels’ annual performances at the GW Lisner Auditorium and the Havana Lyceum Orchestra when they performed at the Kennedy Center. His photos have also been featured at the Exposed DC Photography Show 2020 at the Touchstone Gallery in Washington, D.C.; at American University’s “Resistance: The Exhibition” at its Center for Media & Social Impact at the School of Communication; at Stop Motion’s 2019 Year in Review in Washington, D.C. and in the Crystal City Fotowalk Underground Exhibitions (April 2019 – April 2021) in Arlington, VA.