Friday January 25th, 6-10pm • MFA Boston
Instructor: Emily Hojnowski & Ron Phillips
Featuring low light, natural light photography without the use of a tripod
Class Size: 12 attendees maximum
Recommended prerequisite: Basic knowledge of your camera
All skill levels welcome!
Join Hunt’s Photo Education for a photo walk in one of Boston’s treasures: the Museum of Fine Arts. Boasting dozens of current exhibits and over 450,000 pieces of art the MFA is one of the largest museums in the country and in the world. The building itself is full of beautiful architecture and detail.
One emphasis of this walk is to embrace technology! Because tripods and monopods are not allowed, the focus of this walk will be to maximize quality in low-light situations. We will discuss on this walk how to do this and how to photograph the spaces and artwork within the museum. Please note: Rules and regulations pertaining to photography IN the MFA must be followed at all times.
While here, we will also take time to partake in and discuss an exhibit featuring the work of Ansel Adams. His seminal work in the midwest is to be seen to believe!
We will meet at the MFA ticket booth. Your class fee includes entrance to the museum. If you are a member of the MFA, please contact email@example.com before signing up to receive a discount code for $20 off your ticket price. In addition to your camera, consider bringing a prime lens, as tripods are not allowed in the museum.
Please read Hunt’s Terms & Conditions before signing up.
Regarding Personal Photography at the MFA Boston:
Still photography and video taken from a handheld device of objects in the permanent collection are permitted for personal, nondistributional, noncommercial use. Tripods and monopods are strictly not allowed. Please refrain from photography of loans and temporary exhibitions. Flashes, selfie-sticks, or video cameras in the galleries are prohibited. No photographs or videotapes may be reproduced, published, distributed, sold, transferred, or otherwise commercially exploited without written permission from the MFA.