Bob Kidd Photography | Learn How to Photograph Cyclocross




Have you ever wanted to learn how to photograph sports action, create environmental portraits and use flash?  Well, now is the time!


Cyclocross is an exciting sport that is a challenge to photograph but has great rewards for the photographer who understands the race and knows how to use aperture, shutter and light to "get that shot". I am offering two small classes limited to two photographers in each class who are eager to learn how to use slow shutter techniques to show movement, manual exposure methods and flash for a natural look on an overcast or shady scene.


We will meet from 9:30 am until noon in beautiful Goddard Park (East Greenwich, RI) on Saturday December 3rd or Sunday December 4th for instruction, discussion and hands-on photography. You will learn where to position yourself for the start, finish and the elements of cyclocross that make it unique including action in the pits, barriers and run ups, beach run and whatever else we discover at the 2016 edition of the NBX Gran Prix of Cyclocross. You will have the rest of the afternoon to photograph on your own and if you are in the Saturday class, the next day to continue your photographic journey.




Amanda CareyAmanda CareyNBX Gran Prix of Cyclocross Sunday, December 8th 2013



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Anthony ClarkAnthony Clark



Warm winter clothing, a camera with a telephoto lens and a popup flash and a desire to learn are all that is required. If you have a speed light bring it, along with your charged battery. Fee is $75 per photographer and each class is limited to two photographers.

Contact me to reserve your spot now!