Photography Workshop in Asbury Park for Breathtaking Landscapes

Two NJ photographers have made it a goal to develop and deliver an enlightening photography workshop. On June 29, 2013 join other photographers for a day of creating breathtaking long exposures along the Asbury Park Beach.
ASBURY PARK, N.J. - May 13, 2013 - PRLog -- Scott Wyden Kivowitz is a Manalapan, NJ photographer, and member of the Nikon Professional Services. Joseph Hoetzl is a Scotch Plains, NJ photographer and an expert on photographic techniques. Scott and Joe have partnered to offer a workshop dedicated to long exposure photography. Long exposure photography is most commonly used to remove moving objects from a photograph or to smooth moving water, so it appears as though it is as silky as ice.

The half-day workshop is being held at Cowerks (619 Lake Ave. 3rd Floor Asbury Park, NJ 07712) on June 29, 2013 at 10am. The workshop is open to photographers in the tri-state area. . The workshop is designed for people with an intermediate understanding of a SLR camera, ISO, shutter speeds and apertures.

The workshop will consist of a comprehensive presentation, question and answer session, photography along the lake and ocean and a demonstration of photographic processing.

Nicholas Pappagallo, a student of Scott's first long exposure workshop said, "...great job in the session speaking about long exposures and really explaining the why and how to do it! Highly recommend this class for anyone that wants to learn this or refine their skills!” Join two NJ photographers for an entertaining, inspiring and educational day of long exposure photography.

For more information on NJ photography workshop, please visit the event page at

See you there!

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