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Sunday Field Trip $100

Field Trip: Night Photography in Seattle: A Wonder of A Wander with Brian Leary
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Field Trip: Night Photography in Seattle: A Wonder of A Wander with Brian Leary

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with Brian Leary

Calendar Nov 11, 2018 at 6 pm

NOTE: SUNDAY, 11/11/18 6PM - 8PM Cost $100.  This is a private field trip limited to 10 persons led by Brian Leary.  Please pay $100 separately to Brian at the convention.  You must be registered here, trip is limited to 10 persons. THIS CLASS IS OPEN FOR REGISTRATION.  PLEASE CLICK ON REGISTRATION ON THE MAIN PAGE AND PAY FOR THE CONFERENCE.

What:   Night Photography In Seattle: A Wonder of a Wander with Brian Leary  Note SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE INFORMATION.

Where:  Location will be disclosed by Brian after payment at the conference; it will depend on the weather.  Gear Needed:  Walking shoes as appropriate for weather; FIELD TRIP WILL HAPPEN EVEN IN THE RAIN.

Gear Needed: Camera with 30-second exposure or bulb mode, tripod. Extra battery and disposable rain cover recommended.  Walking shoes as appropriate for the weather.

A location that has been photographed a million times during daylight hours takes on a whole new personality when the sun goes down and the cities lights come up. Light of differing colors plays off objects that during the day seem to be mundane to create surreal pallets that can please and even trick the eye. Join photographer Brian Leary for an evening in Seattle to see how photography, when most people have already put their cameras away, can expand your creativity and teach you quite a bit about your daytime photography, too. The exact location will be announced at the NWCCC conference to the participants. You will need appropriate clothing for the weather that evening, a tripod, a camera with the ability to take a 30-second exposure (often represented on the camera’s screen as 30”) and your widestangle lens. Although you may find other lenses useful during the evening, you will probably find the widest you have on your camera the best choice.

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