Location – TBA
Date – TBA
Duration – 4 Hours
Start Time – 8pm
End Time – 10:30pm
Maximum Number of Participants – No Limit
A short course to introduce to you to wonderful world of night photography! Bring your camera, tripod and energy out for 4 hours and learn all about taking images at night.
We will not be doing any kind of post processing at this time.
DSLR Camera – If your camera has a “BULB” setting that is very helpful
Wide Angle Lenses are the best choice for night photography if you have one or more. But any lens will work well.
Remote Shutter Release – Wired or Wireless (You can also use the Self Timer on your camera)
Stopwatch or smartphone with timer / stopwatch function
A flash is not necessary
Please have your camera manual with you if you do not know how to set your camera to Bulb, or to obtain longer shutter times. Also knowing how to bracket is helpful.
$25.00 per person payable up front via e-mail transfer only
Send your e-mail transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org
* Please note there are no refunds offered for this course. If I have to cancel it, I will reschedule it at a later date.
Thanks Craig, I really enjoyed the evening photography class. Sorry for being late but even with an injured finger I was still able to operate my camera, that’s what I get helping my wife cut vegetables. My fault, was in too much of a hurry. I learnt stuff from your class that absolutely amazed me, it was like seeing for the first time but through my lens into the night. Thanks so much
I liked it learned something so now I can make much better pictures nighttime.
Craig did a great job with this course. I personally learned a lot even just talking with Craig in the parking lot at the beginning of the night … and the course had even started yet! It was an informative and fun night with a good group of people. The only suggestion for improvement was it would have been nice if the course was “Night Photography in the Caribbean”. It was a cold night.
had been in two of your courses and I really enjoy it!
Your kindness and knowledge made the experience more appreciated.
Thanks again and…
Hasta la vista.
I learned a lot, thanks so much Craig! I’m with Jim though… lets do this in the caribbean next time 🙂