Captain Kimo’s HDR Workshop

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Workshops Available…
Captain Kimo has three types of workshops available. Please see the list below and choose the workshop that best fit your needs. All workshops include a Lifetime Membership at HDRWorkshop.com. This is my website with all my tutorials, ebooks, videos, actions, presets and more.

1. Intro to Photography Workshop – Price $90
This workshop is a two hour course for people who need to learn their camera and get familiar with photography software. We will meet at the studio and I will go over camera settings and software I recommend for you. I will help you form a workflow and teach you the basics of each software. Use the link below to get more info.
Click here to fill out the workshop request form.

2. HDR Photography Workshop – Price $150
This workshop is a three hour course which includes one hour of shooting and two hours of post processing. Note: I find two hours of post processing works out best. I will include an extra hour if needed. We will meet at the Jupiter Inlet for sunrise where I will cover camera settings, technique and composition. Afterwards we will spend two hours covering post processing at the studio. This workshop includes a free 8×10 metal print from the shoot. Please fill out the form below to get started.
Click here to fill out the workshop request form.

Follow the steps below to request a workshop.
Step 1.
 Click here to fill out the workshop request form.
Step 2. Confirm workshop dates.
Step 3. Pay using PayPal below. You can also pay with cash or credit after workshop has complete.

Pay for Workshop
For convenience you can use the links below to pay for the workshop. You can also pay by credit card or cash after the workshop has ended.

  1. Click to Buy Basic Workshop – $90.00
  2. Click to Buy Basic HDR Workshop – $150.00

Secure payment made with PayPal. Purchase is refundable within 24 hours of notice of the workshop date.

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8 thoughts on “Captain Kimo’s HDR Workshop

  1. Richard Niddrie

    Hi Captain!!! Richard with another question.Have you considered making your course(s) available through udemy.com?

    I’d sign up in a minute. Bit far for me to come to you

    Cheers

    Richard

  2. Captain Kimo Post author

    Will do Jackie thanks for the interest. If anyone else is interested in a workshop please leave a comment here. Thank you.

  3. Jackie

    Captain Kimo,
    I am in awe of your photos and will be becoming a Lifetime member today. All I want for Christmas is to be able to take a class with you in order to learn your HDR techniques. I understand you are working on videos and have put your workshop classes on hold, but please let me know as soon as they become available again. Best regards!

  4. Captain Kimo Post author

    Gordon I don’t know of any place where you can find exposure already taken. However I will be providing them soon with my members only website.

  5. Captain Kimo Post author

    I will contact you when I start doing them again. Right now I’m busy working on a video.

  6. Troy Keesee

    Good Morning………glad you are back in the states and have been enjoying your images from Florida again. I would LOVE to get into a workshop with you but it seems when I go to the website they are never available.

    Any comments/observations……??

    Troy Keesee

  7. J. Gordon Betsill

    I don’t mean this to sound like a poor, poor pitiful ol me
    story, but facts are facts and sometimes one needs to be honest and candid.
    I’m a senior on a fixed income. I’ll never be able to afford Paintshop and a variety of programs. I do have
    Paint Shop Pro X5 which was at a discount as well as
    Photomatrix. These 2 programs are all that I’ll ever have for HDR photography which interests me greatly. I have a bridge camera, Canon S95, which offers minimum HDR capability. Although I know full well that my work will never be great because of what I have to work with, I still want to do the best work possible.

    Where can I get photos already taken with the 3 different
    exposures? I cannot travel to places with wonderful
    scenary so I think this would be my best shot at ending up with very interesting work.

    I love your videos as they are easily understandable even though you use 4 programs. My work will never come close to the caliber of your finished photos, but I accept that and will just be happy to do the best I can with what I have.

    Thank you,
    Gordon Betsil

  8. Steve

    Thank you Kim, I just received my member email from you for the panorama. The work flow from start to finish was awesome. Thank you so much for taking the time to describe in detail how this works. I did not know Elements could stich together images to create a panoramic image. Thank you for showing both Elements and Photoshop CS methods. I really enjoyed the Lightroom portion as I am new to Lightroom.

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