Friday February 1st, 11am-3pm • Waltham, MA
With a focus on macro and closeup photography
Instructors: Don Toothaker, Emily Hojnowski
Class Size: Maximum 12 attendees
Recommended prerequisite: Basic Knowledge of Cameras; tripod
All Skill Levels Welcomed
Join Hunt’s Photo Education for a look into the past at the Charles River Museum of Industry in Waltham. In this workshop, we will discuss Subject Development, Image Composition, Macro Photography, HDR, Black and White Photography, and Architectural Photography.
The industrial revolution changed our country, and the world, forever. The Charles River Museum of Industry is currently housed in what is considered the first ever factory in America. In Waltham, the closed factory now plays the role of housing a history of the tools and machinery used in industry. This walk is an excellent chance to photograph the grit of the previous centuries under the Industrial Revolution, and is a chance to work in low-light environments where the lighting sources cannot be controlled and focus on macro photography.
For the bulk of the time, we will explore the interior of the museum, looking for images that tell the significant historic story they offer. If weather allows, we will also photograph on the exterior of the location. Join us for a creative day of looking into the past!
If you are attending this walk, we will send out more specific instructions to you a few days prior to the walk. Please note: Some slight details above can be subject to change. This email will detail any of those minor changes.
Please read Hunt’s Terms & Conditions before signing up.
Attendees should have:
Digital Camera with lens
Suggested Items Attendees should have:
Tripod (strongly suggested)
Extra memory cards
Extra camera battery