Photo Walk - Long Exposures and ICMs at Boston Public Garden
About the Course
Let's explore the beautiful Boston Public Garden, the jewel of Boston, experimenting with ICMs (Intentional Camera Movement) and long exposures. There is a multitude of beautiful trees, small ponds, and walkways to photograph. It's a great place to shoot reflections and capture the beauty of the park. We will start our walk at 4 pm, we will photograph the sunset, and continue exploring the changing light right through blue hour.
Date & Time: Saturday, Oct 8th @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm.
Class size: 8 attendees
What to Bring: Camera, tripod, ND filters. Lenses - wide and/or standard zoom lenses. Bring as much gear as you are willing to carry.
All skill levels are welcome.
If you are sick or feeling unwell (please stay home), I will gladly give you a credit for a future class.
Rain or Shine. If severe weather is forecasted, the photo walk will be rescheduled.
Make sure to dress in layers and wear comfortable walking shoes.
Consider bringing wide-angle or standard zoom lenses, and a telephoto zoom lens.
ND filters are recommended.
Tripod and shutter release.
Bring snacks and water.
Bring fully charged camera batteries and memory cards.
Face masks are not required but I ask that you maintain social distance whenever possible.
If you are registered for the walk, I will send out specific details to you a few days prior to the event.