the photo express ltd: train photography. Scheduled for: 7:30 - 10:30am. All aboard for train photography! Step back in time to photograph the 1880 Train in Hill City, SD. Learn tricks and techniques to help you achieve that special capture of steam driven Americana. Follow the train as it makes its way to Keystone for interesting captures. Items to bring: Lenses for wide-angle and close captures - 200mm, 300mm or 400mm lenses (prime or telephoto). Travel light so we can be mobile in our capture efforts. Tripods are not recommended. Monopods are OK, but hand-held captures may well be your best option.

Barns and soldiers. Scheduled for: 7:30 - 10:30am. When the owner of a set of historic Finnish barns hidden deep in the Black Hills offered the property as a workshop location we knew we had something special. What can we add to that? how about reenactors in 1880's Cavalry uniforms. There's even a chance that a president might stop by! Bring extra memory cards for this one!

Native American Portraits. Scheduled for: 7:30 - 10:30am.Native American Artist and traditional dancer, Jim Yellowhawk will be on hand along with Mike Wolforth for this special portraiture session. Sign up fast for this session!  with Mike wolforth.

Waterfalls of spearfsih canyon. scheduled for 7:30 - 10:30pm. Come with me to explore the three main waterfalls found in Spearfish Canyon: Roughlock, Spearfish, and Bridal Veil falls.  Waterfalls have been my favorite subjects for years now, no matter the water level.  We'll talk about technical concepts and tools, including camera settings and filters, and explore each location for possible compositions.  While a tripod, ND, and polarizing, filters are optional, having them will allow you to slow the shutter speed, remove glare, and blur the water in your images. with tomas alvarez.

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