Learn the techniques of night photography in this combination online and in-person workshop. A Zoom virtual classroom covering the introduction to night photography and necessary equipment will be held one week before the onsite workshops.
• The workshop is limited to 25 persons per evening.
You will learn professional techniques for night photography, including proper exposure settings and how to “paint with light” against the beautiful holiday backdrop of Nights of Thousand Candles.
During on-site training, participants will be allowed to use tripods, work with long exposures, and will have exclusive access to Brookgreen Gardens.
Social Distancing and Masks will Be Required.
The log-in information for the virtual classroom will be sent to you after registration.
On-site classes will be held Nov 5th and 6th, 3:30 to 9:00 p.m. We will gather at 3:30 p.m. to discuss questions from the virtual classroom, then from 4:30 – 9 p.m. we will head into the gardens to put what you have learned into action. Bring snacks if desired, a meal will not be provided with this workshop.
Instructors - Jack Eyler and Bill Barber.
Assisted by - Anne Malarich, George DeCamp, Bernie Lamar, and Don Nilles
You must have a good working knowledge of your camera! Bring a tripod and wear dark clothing and closed toe shoes.