Rad A. Drew Photography: Bucolic Indiana

Continental Divide at Dawn

Continental Divide at Dawn
Continental Divide at Dawn

Bucolic Indiana

Winter Wheat, Round Barns, Stone Bridges & Woodland Streams
Friendship Bridge, Ripley County
© Sally Meyer Wolf

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Photo Tour for DSLR, Mirror-less, and iPhone Photographers

Growing up in southern Indiana, I learned that there was never a more lush time of year than June. The foliage is out, the crops are up, the winter wheat is within 30 days of harvest, and new farm animals are cavorting around the barnyard!

Lone Tree, Decatur County
© Rad A. Drew

Join Sally Meyer Wolf and me, Rad Drew, on a tour that will take us through Decatur and Ripley Counties to some of the sights that I remember as a kid. We’ll get up close and personal with an historic round barn, photograph an historic stone bridge, visit a working grain elevator, wade country creeks, and visit an historic church and schoolhouse. 

Many of the barns and out buildings on this tour are set in some of the most idyllic scenes you’ll find anywhere in the Midwest.

Round Barn, Infrared, Sepia-tone
© Rad A. Drew

Workshops Details

The group size is limited to 15. Participants must be at least 18 or accompanied by a parent. Sally Wolf and Rad Drew will lead and coordinate the day. We will travel caravan-style with Sally and Rad in the lead vehicle. To minimize the number of vehicles in the caravan, we encourage participants to car pool.

At Wood's Edge
© Rad A. Drew

Itinerary for Saturday, June 27, 2015


7:00 AM
Meet at

McDonalds

Greensburg Plaza Shopping Center
Meet and Greet/Orientation


1903 N Lincoln St

Greensburg, IN 47240

7:30
Depart for locations
8:00 – 12:30
Photograph
1:00 - 2:00
Lunch
2:30 – 6:30
Photograph
6:30 to 7:00
Return to Greensburg and depart for home.

*Note: This is the planned agenda, however, Sally and Rad may make sequence changes based on weather or light conditions.


Overgrown Red Barn
© Sally Meyer Wolf

Instruction

Participants will benefit from the experience of award winning photographers, Sally Wolf and Rad Drew. Sally shoots with DSLR cameras and will be a valuable resource to those shooting with these traditional cameras. Rad shoots with DSLR and Fuji mirror-less cameras, but is known mostly for his experience with iPhone cameras. Rad will emphasize iPhone shooting on this trip. Between the two of them, Sally and Rad have you covered! They will be there to coach you and guide you in capturing the best images possible for the day and conditions, regardless of the equipment you’re using.

NOTE: iPhoneographers should install the following apps on their iPhone before the tour. A signal may not be available much of the day for downloading.

  • SnapSeed
  • Vivid HDR
  • Camera +
  • 645 Pro
  • Slow Shutter
  • BracketMode
  • Pro HDR or True HDR

About the Instructors

Sally and Rad have been friends for a couple of years and in the past year have hit the country roads together frequently, shooting throughout Indiana. Together they possess 50 years of photography experience with a variety of cameras shooting all types of images from portraits to architecture to landscapes to still life. As a workshop team they compliment each other’s skills in ways that are a huge benefit to workshop participants. Whatever you’re shooting with, we’ve got you covered!


Sally Meyer Wolf

Sally Wolf is a seasoned veteran of many types of photography and graphic arts experience. She holds a B.S. in Art Education from Indiana University and taught art in the public schools before working in her family’s corporate audiovisual business. There, Sally applied her graphics and photography talents to meet the needs of commercial and industrial clients. Since 2000, Sally has photographed weddings, and shot portrait sessions and commercial photography. Today she works in the studio that she officially opened in 2010 in Arcadia, Indiana. Sally has won numerous photographic awards including the Indiana State Fair, Lafayette Art Museum, Anderson Center for the Arts, Honeywell Clark Gallery, and Kokomo Art Association. She’s been named Photographer of the Year by the Photo Venture Camera Club three times and is also a member of Hamilton County Photo Club. Friend Sally on Facebook and visit her website at http://sallywolfphotography.com



Rad A. Drew

Rad A. Drew is an Indianapolis photographic artist who uses DSLR, mirror-less, and iPhone cameras to create images that capture the spirit of people and place. His creative iPhone images have made their way into galleries and juried international competitions showing in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Texas, Vermont, New York, Toronto, Collingwood, Seattle, and Melbourne. He is author of two fine art books, In Good Light, Images of the Circle City and Rural Indiana, A Beauty all its Own, and is a contributor to today's most comprehensive volume of iPhone instruction, The Art of iPhone Photography: Creating Great Photos and Art on Your iPhone. Friend Rad on Facebook and visit his website at www.RadDrewPhotography.com.



Two New Discounts: Bring a Friend, and Repeat Offender!

Bring a Friend Discount

Bring a friend on any photo tours with Rad Drew Photography, and tours with Rad Drew and Sally Meyer Wolf, and receive a 15% discount.

Repeat Offender Discount

If you’ve ever been on a photo tour with Rad, or with Rad and Sally, you’re entitled to a 15% discount on any subsequent tour.


What to Bring

June in this part of the country is typically hot and muggy, but a quick storm can cool things off in a hurry. A rain jacket and sweatshirt to stay dry and warm are recommended, as are boots, long pants, long-sleeved shirt, and bug spray.

Bring your usual gear: camera(s), lenses, tripods, filters, iPhones, extra batteries and accessories. Sally and I rarely shoot with anything longer than a 200mm lens, but that's not to say you couldn't, so bring your long lenses if you want to. We’ll be shooting all day with minimal breaks, so pack water and snacks to meet your needs.


Spring is a great time of year to shoot infrared images because the foliage is still coming out and branches show up dark against the white foliage, so bring your infrared camera if you have one!

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