Photo Walk - Long Exposures and ICMs at Boston Public Garden




3 hours

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.

No Refunds


  • 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.