We’ve all seen a million boring kayaking photos: small boats in the distance, the bow taking up most of the frame, and water droplets on the lens that make everything blurry. This presentation will cover how to make your kayak photography better—technically stronger, more expressive, and better at capturing the sport we love….even when conditions are tough.
And no, you don’t need an expensive camera.
Neil Schulman has been paddling since he was about 6, and started paddling with OOPS while a guy named Bill Clinton was in the White House. He paddles (and photographs) sea kayaking, whitewater, kayak polo, and other outdoor adventures: you can see some of his work atneilschulman.com. His “day job” is in river conservation, and he writes regularly forPaddling Magainze and Adventures NW and teaches occasionally for Alder Creek Kayak, Canoe, Raft, and SUP.
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