Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Night Field Trip

Photos by DCV Instructor David Putman

When the sun goes down, you don’t have to put your camera away, or turn on the flash and resign yourself to artless snapshots. There are a few simple techniques, and some more advanced ones, that can give you great results using what little available light there is. Want to know more? Conveniently, Delaware Camera is going to offer a class—not just a class, but a hands-on field trip, dealing with this very subject. Here’s the text of the flier:

Explore the exciting frontier of nighttime and low-light photography, led by two of Delaware Camera’s uniquely knowledgeable instructors! Join us for a photography field trip to the beautiful Albright-Knox, to experiment with night shooting and painting with light. Along with the expert instruction on this trip, your admission price will include a low-light photography book, “Night and Low Light Photography” by David Taylor, a 4GB memory card (CF or SD, depending on your camera), and a remote shutter release. We’ll also have tripods available for use during the trip.
This field trip has a limit of 15 participants, so hurry and make your reservations with Delaware Camera today—call 631-5600 (Transit Rd) or 877-3317 (Delaware Ave).

Cost: $75 (pre-pay to guarantee space)
Location: Albright-Knox Art Gallery
Time: Saturday, October 20th, 2012 7-9pm
Rain Date: Saturday, October 27th, 2012 7-9pm

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